Adore Cats Barry has a beautiful brown spotted pattern with rosettes that get more gorgeous by the day. He has a happy-go-lucky personality and continues to grow strong and healthy. He will bring much joy to a new family. He is vaccinated, wormed, litter box trained, neutered and will go to his new family with his pedigree papers and TICA registration. If you would like a smart, high energy, fun-loving pet maybe Barry should be your new family member. Contact us now if you are interested in him.
UPDATE: Barry has gone to a new home. Congratulations to Barry and his new family!!!
We are sharing photos of our 2 week old Bengal Kittens. They are indoor cats but are outside for the first time in the sun so they are squinting a bit. However, they loved the sunshine!
We call this brown spotted rosetted female Bengal kitten Eartha.
This male marble patterned Bengal kitten below is called Forrest.
The male marble patterned Bengal kitten below is called Gulley.
We are re-homing two of our pedigreed adult Bengal cats. They are absolutely gorgeous seal lynx point spotted Bengals from excellent bloodlines. They are healthy, playful and love to be petted. They will be spayed/neutered before they leave us. Small re-homing fee applies. If you are interested, contact us now. They can be seen at this link: https://adorecatsbengals.com/adult-bengals-for-sale/ Be sure to scroll down below the header photo to see them.
Wanted to share a couple of photos of our new brown spotted rosetted female Bengal kitten. For more info. see her page here: https://adorecatsbengals.com/available-kittens-2/
We are still accepting inquiries for our gorgeous pedigreed adult female rosetted Bengal cats. They are very friendly girls and are good with children. Let us know if you are interested by filling out our Priority Request Form on our site and be sure to include your phone number so we can call you. Their photos and videos can be seen here: https://adorecatsbengals.com/adult-bengals-for-sale/
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