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Adoption Day is ALWAYS fun. Introducing a kitten to their new family, seeing children hug and play with their kitten for the first time, watching the kitten happily snuggle with their new mom and dad are some of our favorite moments.

How Do You Adopt?

  • The first step is to get on our waitlist so you can get in the line of our upcoming parents. To do this, you will need to provide us with some basic information (name, email, phone – none of this data is shared outside of Bengal Born) and any preferences you may have for your kitten, gender, coloring, etc. 

  • There is no fee to join our waitlist. Once the litter comes we will contact our waitlist families first. We generally give 48 hours to respond before moving to the next family on our waitlist. 

Note: If the litter is small and we do not have enough to fill our current waitlist, families will be moved to the next available litter, keeping their order.

  • If you have chosen your kitten, you will need to make a $500 deposit to reserve this kitten. 

Note: The reservation deposit is deducted from the price of your kitten. Once the reservation deposit is placed, it will become NONREFUNDABLE after 3 days. Deposit is nonrefundable to ensure commitment to the kitten. 

  • We will share pictures of your kitten every week as they grow. Final payment of kitten will be required 2 weeks prior to pickup. Kittens are ready to leave when they are between 12-16 weeks old. 


Departure & Delivery

  • If you are not local, we work with a courier service to deliver your kitten to an airport nearest to you. We ensure your kitten travels comfortably to their destination. 

  • Cost of delivery is charged separately. The cost for determined by the courier. They will be health cleared by the vet prior to departure.

  • If you are local to us, within 2 hours of our location, we are happy to deliver your kitten to you. If you are a bit further out than that, we are open to working out the delivery of your kitten if you are unable to pick up in person. 

Viewing & Visiting Kittens

  • Recently we have made a change to our visitation of the kittens. We apologize that we will not have visitors at our home (due to prior incidents) for the safety of our family, and the health and safety of our cats and their kittens. We are a small at home cattery and our kittens are raised in our home with our children. All our cats and kittens are given love and attention constantly and well cared for.

  • After kittens are 10 weeks old, we are able to set up a meeting with families that have reserved a kitten, in a public place, if they would like to meet their kitten prior to leaving. We are always glad to do video calls and send photos of the kittens. 

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