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Pricing

"It's easier to explain price once than to apologize for quality forever."  -Zig Ziglar

  • At Bengal Born we are dedicated to breeding exceptional Bengal kittens. We choose our breeding queens and studs based on several factors. We look closely at the quality, health, and temperment of each Bengal before adding them to our breeding program. Our goals are to produce Bengal kittens that meet TICAs physical standards and have that luxurious clear contrast rosetted coat. Health is also very important to us. HCM (Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy), PKD (Polycystic Kidney Disease), and PRA-b (Progressive Retinal Atrophy) are a few of the health tests we get on our cats. We will also DNA test our kittens for PFS (pure for spotting). 

  • Temperment is a big part of raising kittens around children. Our children show the kittens love and respect daily so they become very accustomed to being held, loved upon and played with. Kittens are raised in our home and experience a multitude of different stimuli that helps them build confidence and become affectionate loving family members. 

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  • Our Bengal kittens vary in price between $2,500-$4,000. Prices vary depending on color, markings, and quality based on the breeds standards. Prices are listed with each kitten for either Pet price or Breeder/Show price.

  • Pet price is lower, typically $2,800 or less and kittens will go home either spayed/neutered.

  • Breeder prices are above $3,500. We ONLY sell breeding/showing rights to registered breeders and if they are of breeding/show quality. Prices are listed individually with each kitten.

  • Early Generation (EG) Bengal kittens are priced higher than our SBT kittens. Future G2 female kittens are $5,000+ and G2 males are $3,000+ depending on the quality and traits carried by each kitten. Prices will be individually listed with each kitten. G2 kittens go home a bit earlier than our SBT Bengals, at 8 weeks old. It is important to start building a bond at a very young age to keep their sweet and tame temperment, otherwise they become very independent and skittish.

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