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How much should a Bengal kitten cost?

How much should a Bengal kitten cost?

For a pet Bengal kitten, the current average price is $1,500 – $3,000 (USD) when buying from a good breeder. Several factors affect this price, including the kitten’s traits, what the breeder includes with the kitten, and most importantly, the level of breeder care that went into raising the kitten.

Can you own a Bengal cat in Texas?

This is a non-domesticated species of cat that, unlike big cats, are legal in Texas. These cats are exotic, but they do not exceed the size of a regular housecat. Asian leopard cats were the species used to create the popular Bengal cat breed.

How do I choose a Bengal kitten?

How to pick a Bengal Kitten:

  1. Don’t just look at the kittens.
  2. Pick a few traits to focus on.
  3. Fully understand what exceptional examples of your selected traits look like.
  4. Google the terms that are used to describe the traits you are focusing on.

Are there Bengal cats in the Houston area?

We provide Bengal Cats and Bengal Kittens in the Houston area, as well as across Texas and the US. Bringing high standards to the Bengal Breed, including top Bengal beauty, top Bengal temperament, and top Bengal health, is our primary goal. Your WILDEST Dreams Can Come True!

How to reserve a jungle cat Bengal kitten?

To reserve a kitten from a current or future litter, contact us via email or cell phone. Kittens sell fast, so reserve in advance. Jungle Cat Bengal is a TICA APPROVED Cattery providing quality Bengal Cats and Bengla Kittens. We strive to improve the Bengal Breed.

How to buy a jungle cat in Houston?

Don’t rush into buying an available kitten who will never love you back. Call us to place a deposit and reserve your kitten. See the difference it makes to own a Jungle Cat Bengal. LIKE US on FACEBOOK! To reserve a kitten from a current or future litter, contact us via email or cell phone. Kittens sell fast, so reserve in advance.

Can you show a Bengal at a cat show?

Our Bengals and Household Pets are both registered and shown in The International Cat Association (TICA). Both classes have received international awards based on their conformance to the breed standard and incredible disposition. Cat Shows are THE best way to network and meet reputable breeders!