BENGAL STUD SERVICE AVAILABLE - Sharm Sascha of Bangalore our Bengal Stud Boy from Russia is available for Stud Service in Kalama, Washington. Sascha is a great breeder, he is very affectionate and gentle with our Queens and very friendly with us.
Our Queens seek his company and like to be around him even when they are not in heat.
Unlike the vast majority of Stud, Males Sascha does not spray to mark his territory
so we can keep him in our home with our Queens and kittens. His personality is one of a kind.
Sascha is originally from Russia and comes to us from Bangalore Bengals in Los Angeles California.
Bengal Queen must have Health Screening less than Ten (10) days old validating the following.
FeLV- Negative FIV-Negative Vaccinations up to date Queen must come to us for 3 to 5 days in Mid Heat.
We are located between Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington. We specialize in Brown Rosetted, TICA Registered, Purebred Bengal kittens. All of our Bengal kittens are lovingly hand raised with no cages and freely roam our house like members of our family. Our cats are not Wild, however, they are very active, love attention and love heights. All of our Purebred TICA Registered Bengal kittens get lots of individual playtime and is highly exposed to our family and other feline family members, so they are used to interacting with people and other cats. We test our Bengal Studs and Queens and we Guarantee our kitten’s health. All of our kittens come with TICA pedigrees as Purebred Registered Bengals. If you want the most beautiful Bengal cat, like the ones you see in magazines; you will find them here. When you purchase a Bengal Kitten from us you'll learn why Bengals are the best of the cat breeds. "If it's not a Bengal, It's just a cat" Stud Service Available
Raised with love in our home, for your home.
Andy & Lyubov
Registered Bengals / Bengaltime Cattery
Created On: 09-06-2019
Updated On: 02-11-2020
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