Marked to look just like a Leopard, there is a breed of cat. The breed is appropriately called the Bengal cat. You will probably want to purchase it from a Bengal cat breeder if you have your heart set on owning a pet that looks like a tiny leopard. Forgetting your cat from a reputable breeder there are several things you should look for to make sure. Be aware of those who are breeding poor quality kittens with the hope of making a fast dollar.
You should arrange to visit the Bengal cat breeders home, whenever possible. Simply by looking at their breeding facility, you can learn a lot about the type of cat the person breeds. The litter boxes should be clean. Bengal Cats should look healthy and happy. The breeder should appear to be knowledgeable and appear to genuinely love their cats.
An opportunity to visit with your parents of Bengal kitten for sale will also be given by visiting the breeder. By looking at its parents, especially the mother, you can learn a lot about a kitten’s future personality. You should consider getting your kittens elsewhere, or at least looking at other parents if the mother has a habit that you know you cannot live with.
You should be prepared to be interviewed when you meet with the Bengal cat breeder. A reputable breeder wants to know that their kittens won’t end up abandoned or abused after going to a good home. The breeder should ask you questions about why you want a Bengal kitten, what kind of care you are going to provide, if you plan on altering the kitten, and who will be coming in contact with the cat.
A breeder who isn’t willing to offer you a health guarantee should not be opted to buy a Bengal kitten for sale from. Most of the time this is simply a paper that states that the kitten will not contract certain genetic conditions as well as some type of physical maladies. If the kitten does prove to have a serious health problem, most breeders offer a money back guarantee.
Breeders of your future kitten should be members of some cat clubs and organizations if they are interested in the preservation of the Bengal breed. Most reputable breeders will be happy to tell you about their accomplishments and also raise show quality cats.
Breeders you must avoid
- Breeders pushing too hard to make a sale must be ignored.
- Don’t seem to be worried about their cat’s future.
- Don’t seem to genuinely love their cats.