Our kittens come with a comprehensive Health and purchase contract. 30 days of Free Trupanion Pet insurance. For Details See this link. https://registeredbengals.com/kitten-sales-agreement.html Our kittens are raised indoors in our home and not in cages, Have current age-appropriate vaccinations, Have been dewormed. Are examined by a licensed veterinarian before going home between 9 -14 weeks of age. Have a 2 year from birth guarantee for congenital and hereditary defects. All breeders have been screened for FIV/FeLV, PRA-B & PK Deficiency, HCM. Are litter box and scratching post trained. Come with a written contract which clearly outlines all terms and Guarantees. Are Absolutely Beautiful and well Socialized.
We are Registered Bengals / Bengaltime Cattery and we are located between Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington. We specialize in Brown Rosetted, TICA & CFA Registered, Purebred Bengal kittens and are members in good standing of The International Bengal Cat Society (TIBCS). Our Bengal Queens eat cooked meats, organs and ground bone from RAW paws as well as cooked / boiled organic chicken during pregnancy and nursing to give our kittens the best start possible. We offer dry kibble from Royal Canin at all times. We assist our Bengal Moms by offering supplemental bottle feedings of Raw Goat milk and KMR to each kitten several times daily. This creates a very unique bond between the kittens and humans and our kittens will allow us to handle them with no arguments any time we choose. We also provide probiotics to our Bengal Moms and kittens to get those little immune systems going. When our Kittens start weaning, we feed them a mixture of shredded cooked organic chicken, chicken broth and Royal Canin "Baby Cat" dry and wet food. We leave dry food out for our growing kittens at all times and feed our wet food mixture three, four or more meals a day depending on the kitten’s appetite. Our Bengals are indoors 100% of the time and around all of the sights and sounds of an average home. Our children, friends and family, social events the vacuum cleaner, dishwasher, refrigerator, washer/dryer, hair dryers and cell phones are all familiar to our kittens. We take our kittens for rides in the car at a very young age to expose them to as much of the real world as possible and to avoid stress later in life. We do not isolate our babies they are in our active home with us 24/7 and except for Vet visits, have never seen the inside of a cage. We guarantee our kittens, in writing to be clear of any life-threatening congenital defects, for the first 2 years of their lives. All of our kittens come to you healthy, litter box trained, nails trimmed, are used to using the scratching post and very well socialized. We offer delivery in parts of Oregon and Washington and ship nationwide to most Major airports. In general, shipping is approximately $450. (We do not upcharge shipping) Up to two kittens can travel in a shipping crate. If at all possible, we encourage you to come pick up your kittens and visit our home. Kittens will come to you with all age-appropriate vaccinations done and will have an international microchip with a free lifetime membership in case they are lost or stolen. Our kittens are raised with love in our home, for your home,they will come to you ready to go and fully weaned, We guarantee them to be healthy at the time of sale and free from any life-threatening congenital defects for 2 full years from birth. If you want the most beautiful Bengal, like the ones you see in magazines; you will find them here.When you purchase a Bengal Kitten from Registered Bengals, you'll learn why Bengals are the best of the cat breeds.
We raise them with love in our home, for your home.
Phone: 503-484-3033 Text or Call – (Luba)
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Raised with love in our home, for your home.
Andy & Lyubov
Registered Bengals / Bengaltime Cattery
Verified / Reputable Bengal Breeders
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