Contact Us

We are located in Mount Clemens, Michigan.  Contact us using the form below.  We try to respond to all inquiries within 48 hours but it may take a little longer depending on the number of inquires we receive. ***Kittens and cats are shown by appointment only.

Your new Bengal kitten is waiting for you :-).

Adore Cats Bengals at window.

Adore Cats Bengals Cats doing neighborhood watch 🙂


16 thoughts on “Contact Us

    • Thanks for your inquiry, Justin. Because each kitten is different, they are individually priced according to their specific qualities. Is there a specific kitten you see that you are interested in?


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    • Hi Jennifer:

      Lola and her siblings from Gabrielle’s litter turned 12 weeks old and all have gone to live with their new families. The kittens in Starshine’s litter are currently available. If you are interested in one of those, please fill out a Priority Request Form and submit it to us. Make sure you include your phone number so I can call you with details. Have a great day.


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  3. How much do u typically sell the kittens? I am actually getting 2 bengal kittens from an unregistered breeder and i am getting nervous because she wants us to take them at 5 weeks old! I know that isn’t normal but I am afraid that she isnt giving the best care so Im not sure what to do. I went with them because they were obviously cheaper but if u include spay/neutering then maybe we should back out and look elsewhere.


    • Hi Erin: I have a couple of questions you may want to consider: 1) Why is the breeder you are dealing with not registered? If the breeder is not registered, the kittens cannot be registered either. Therefore, how do you know you are buying real Bengals? Just because a cat has spots does not mean it is a Bengal. 2) No reputable Bengal breeder will let their kittens leave their mother when they are only 5 weeks old so why should you accept them? If you would like to be considered for one of ours, call us at our contact number. Best wishes.


  4. I’m having difficulty locating a veterinary familiar with pedigree cats. Do you have any recommendations for the Wayne County area? Or know where I can look? Thank you


    • Hi Jaline:
      Thank you for your inquiry. In Wayne County in Southfield, MI there is a veterinary specialist clinic named Blue Pearl that, in my opinion, has some of the best veterinarians in that area. Call their office, tell them what type of pet you have and ask them if they would recommend a general vet. for your pet. If your pet needs a specialist, consider Blue Pearl. Keep in mind that should your pet need a specialist, their fees are more expensive than a general veterinarian. Also, due to your question, I did a post with some additional information that may help. Click on the “Posts and Updates” tab on this site to see today’s post. Best to you.


  5. Hi there! I’m in Oakland County, MI. Wondering how far we might be from you? I’m thoroughly impressed with your operation. I love the love I see here! My husband and I are interested in a female brown spotted rosetted Bengal. I’m curious to know about pricing and availability.
    Thanks so much!


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