Freckles and Giggles and Bengals Galore.
Ziggles and Wiggles and Lovey and Sh'mores.
Polar and Winter, Silver and Gold.
Love wrapped in mink coats that never grows cold.
Leaving their paw-prints upon my heart
Written with Mittens from Heaven above.
Memories of Cuddles and Snuggles and imprints of love.
Toy mice filled with catnip and balls filled with bells roll across the floor.
Joy will be written on my heart forevermore.
Bengals are the bliss of this house of Happiness, and that's for sure!
(Written by Jessie)
Marble | Spotted Bengals | Rosettes
Currently we have both Snow Bengals, spotted, and marbled kittens available. The marbles start at $400 depending on color. The Rosettes start at $600. The Snow Bengals start at $400. Spotteds start at $500. They are not TICA registered because of how they came to me but the price reflects the lack of papers and there is no lack of Bengal.
I honestly have to say that in all my 54 years of having cats (since I was a wee babe) I hadn't known the joy, intelligence, and beauty of owning the best cat I have ever encountered until about 3 years ago. Now it is my joy to bring this wonder of an exotic leopard like silken cuddle bug to other cat lovers. It is truly inspiring to watch and play with these precious cats and hear their loving barks and calls to me saying Mama. My marbled male named Bengal says Mama to me and cries until I respond to rub his belly and kiss him on the head. Each Bengal has its own patterns and color and glitter that places sparkles in your heart of love for their divine beauty and exotic elegance. I love all the colors and the marbles and spots of each one, they are like a fingerprint, no two are exactly alike.
I have a gorgeous silver spotted female named Silver that is the mate to Bengal and she is as exquisite as she is intelligent and gentle.That girl can open any door or cabinet if there's no lock on it. Lol... I may be a creative writer but I choose the simplest of names that describe my cats.When my first male came to me he was my very first Bengal cat so I named him Bengal. Then came Silver with her beautiful spotted silver coat and regal demeanor and that was what described her best!
These Bengals literally found me because I wasn't looking for them. I have adopted each one into my family and my heart. My tri -colored marbled male's momma was a huge Snow/ seal mink spotted Bengal so I get a snow in each litter. Usually they are seal mink marbles but I have gotten one that was a Seal Lynx Point spotted Bengal and I just had to keep her. Her name is Winter and she is one of my favorites. A princess of beauty and elegance. Then I had to find her a mate that was worthy of my princess. Here came my beautiful boy Polar. He is a large and lovable spotted Seal Lynx point. We also have Mittens who is a seal lynx point spotted Bengal.
My husband built a habitat for my Bengals and my granddaughter named it "Happiness". There are tree branches to climb on and ramps to play on. They have a house that has cooling and secret hideaways to crawl into and take a nap. They have a perfect view of the trees and the many birds we have on our 3 acre zoo wanna be. Well my granddaughter aptly named it not just for my Bengal family but for me as well. Its all Happiness!:)