Bengal
Bengal kittens

Available Kittens

Bengal kittens
Kittens available

About Our Bengal Kittens

We want every Bengal cat and kitten born to have the same chance for a forever loving family.
The decision to bring a new Bengal cat or kitten into your home should truly be a forever one. Please don't let location, price or that quick "deal" influence your final decision.
If you are looking for a high-quality Bengal kitten for sale that really exceptional, Grand Royal Bengals Cattery is definitely the right choice for You!

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Date Of Birth: 28.04.2022

Colour: Silver Rosetted

Sex: Female

Reserved

Name: Pink

Parents: Mum - Silver + Dad - Black Silver

Ready for New Home from: 28.07.2022

Status:   Reserved.

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Date Of Birth: 28.04.2022

Colour: Marble Silver Charcoal

Sex: Male

Reserved

Name: Red

Parents: Mum - Silver + Dad - Black Silver

Ready for New Home from: 28.07.2022

Status:   Reserved.

     The Marbled Bengal Cat is still a very rare pattern in UK, but they literally steals the show wherever they go in feline competitions and television shows. The marbled Bengal has no spots but, rather, huge rosettes that make it all around and come together with a background of very light dress.      

     Instead of being a traditional leopard mini, it is rather a mini, “Leopard Cloud.” The Bengal marbled dress takes time to train and can take up to 2 years to be final.     

     When adults, the marble Bengal is breathtaking and very, wild looking! His coat is so silky that we think we are touching glass. His behavior and characteristic are the same as for a rosette Bengal and have the same value in feline competition, only his dress is different and usually the marbled Bengals a bit larger traditional Bengals. Same as with Rosettes Bengals, all the marbled are unique and spectacular in their “design.”

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Date Of Birth: 28.04.2022

Colour: Marble Silver Charcoal

Sex: Male

Reserved

Name: Yellow

Parents: Mum - Silver + Dad - Black Silver

Ready for New Home from: 28.07.2022

Status:   Reserved.

     The Marbled Bengal Cat is still a very rare pattern in UK, but they literally steals the show wherever they go in feline competitions and television shows. The marbled Bengal has no spots but, rather, huge rosettes that make it all around and come together with a background of very light dress. 
     Instead of being a traditional leopard mini, it is rather a mini, “Leopard Cloud.” The Bengal marbled dress takes time to train and can take up to 2 years to be final.
     When adults, the marble Bengal is breathtaking and very, wild looking! His coat is so silky that we think we are touching glass. His behavior and characteristic are the same as for a rosette Bengal and have the same value in feline competition, only his dress is different and usually the marbled Bengals a bit larger traditional Bengals. Same as with Rosettes Bengals, all the marbled are unique and spectacular in their “design.”

Kittens available

Why is it better to choose our kittens?

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     From the first day all kittens need lots of attention. Our kittens are not "in cage" kittens. They are living with us all the time, playing with our kids. This is one of the most important stages in their early development. Otherwise if kittens grew up in cage, in a future they will never be friendly and they will not love cuddles. All our kittens eat highest quality holistic food starting from 3 weeks old until collection day. We never use cheap junk food like Wiskas or Felix. Most breeders do it to reduce the costs...

     We are breeders who love their pets and do not chase after continuous sales of cats. We give a good rest to our Queens after each litter to restore their energy and give us a healthy litter in the future. We are very closely monitoring the health of our pets, to obtain healthy offspring, with stable type, according to their breed quality. Also we provide LIFETIME SUPPORT for all our costumers.

Bengal kitten

     Our kittens are well socialized, handled and loved so they settle quickly and easily into their new homes. Kittens are able to go to their new homes from 13 weeks of age. Socializing kittens - Means all kittens are handled everyday, in a group and one-on-one within a household environment.  They are exposed to other people and other cats.  They start to learn the word NO.  NO people food.  NO scratching the couch.  NO chewing your sister ☺   They know what sunshine is and if the weather is nice, they get to sit by the screen door if they choose. 

Kittens available
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Play Is Important for 🐱 Your Kittens 
When kittens are still with their mother, their play is centered around her as well as littermates. This social play teaches kittens to understand and communicate with other cats. Around weaning time, they begin to show interest in playing with objects, going through the stalking, chasing and pouncing motions that teach them how to hunt. They also use their paws to bat and swat at objects, developing their eye-paw coordination. By around 12 to 16 weeks of age, locomotory play, with running, climbing and leaping, is fully developed. Such play is important in developing agility and coordination. By this time they have a full repertoire of play behaviors, complete with play fighting, play killing and play escape behaviors — all behaviors essential for survival in the wild and, too, for a well-adjusted cat in your household. Play also helps shy kittens build self-confidence as they start to succeed in bringing down their quarry.
Kittens who are weaned too early often have long-term effects of growing up alone. If a playing kitten gets carried away and bites or scratches too hard, his littermate or mother will either quit playing or give a signal that the rough play was not appreciated, perhaps growling or giving a swat. In this way, the kitten learns to inhibit his bites and scratches so that play fighting doesn't damage playmates. Kittens without this education often grow up play fighting far too roughly and getting into fights when they didn't understand their playmate's signals to stop. If you have an orphan kitten, try to find some playmates for him. If that's not possible, you'll need to teach him not to play too roughly by stopping play when he gets out of hand. Simply say, "Ouch!" and stop the game when he gets too rough.

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***Home delivery available for additional small charge. Contact me to get a right price and to arrange a delivery date. My phone number is 07549354222

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