Adore Cats Beauty and her sister Rockette are having a great time running, jumping, climbing and wrestling. Beauty is a brown spotted Bengal female with rosettes. Rockette is a tri-colored marble patterned female Bengal. It is very entertaining to watch their antics. However, the photos below show them in some of their rare moments when I caught them being still. Enjoy :-).
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Each cat is special in its own way. However, for us Adore Cats Opal has a uniqueness that is so endearing it is hard to describe. She went to live with her new family a couple of days ago and we miss her a lot. I am not a great photographer, so I was elated to take this photo of her one day when she was just waking up.
Her profile is gorgeous and exotic. She has small ears and a wild-looking head. Her coat has a lot of glitter that can be seen even though the lighting is subdued. She is rosetted from her shoulders all the way down to her tail on both sides. She is exudes a type of elegance and gracefulness that can only be found in a great quality Bengal.
We had the privilege of her company for two years and now it is time for a new family to enjoy her as we did.
Congratulations to Opal and her new pet parents :-).
Did you know that there are veterinary cardiac specialists who can test your cat for heart disease? Ask your general practitioner veterinarian if there is cause for concern for your cat. Does your vet. hear a heart murmur or something else that is unusual? Ask if he/she recommends that you see a cardiac specialist for further evaluation. If it is necessary, your vet. should be able to refer you to a Board Certified veterinary heart specialist in your area. Not all heart conditions are curable but many are treatable. It is better to be safe than sorry.
Our pet pedigreed Bengal kittens are raised with lots of love and attention. They will get physicals by our veterinarian, their initial and booster immunizations with wormings, and will be spayed or neutered before leaving us to go to their forever homes. They will bring many years of joy and happiness to their new families. Watch them grow by following our blog. We will post photos regularly so you can enjoy see them mature.