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Adore Cats Opal – Ready for a New Family

Our cat model named Adore Cats Opal is ready for a new family.

Adore Cats Opal - Right Side

Adore Cats Opal – Right Side

You can see information about her Here

 

Update: Our Former Bengal Kitten Named Bianca.

This is an example of how a high quality Bengal kitten develops over time.  Here are 4 photos of Adore Cats Bianca from the time she was a kitten to the most recent photos of her as an adult.  We appreciate her new owners who are very nice people and were kind enough to send us recent photos of Bianca and gave us permission to post them.  Bianca is now 4 years old.  She has matured beautifully as we expected.

Adore Cats Bianca at 4 years old.

Adore Cats Bianca at 4 years old.

Adore Cats Bianca has deep, rich color with dark outlined rosettes.

Adore Cats Bianca has deep, rich color.  Many of the black spots she had as a kitten have opened up and are now black outlined rosettes. This is a great quality Bengal.

Adore Cats Bengals Bianca at 5 months old.

The photo above is Bianca at 5 months old and was taken at a cat show.  Many of her black spots had become larger and some of the centers were getting lighter.  Her rosettes were becoming more obvious.

The photo below is Bianca at 4 weeks old.  At 4 weeks old her spots seemed completely black and you could not easily see the lighter color underneath that would develop into beautiful rosettes.  However, we knew they were there :-).

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If you would like a high quality Bengal cat similar to Bianca, please let us know.  We do have a wait list, however, a Bengal kitten like this is worth waiting for.

Two weeks old Brown Spotted Bengal Kitten

Adore Cats Bengals Manny at 2 weeks old.

Adore Cats Bengals Manny at 2 weeks old.

This brown spotted Bengal kitten is two weeks old.  His name is Manny.  He is two days younger than Starshine’s kittens.  He is shown on our “Gabrielle’s New Kittens” page.  He also has his own individual page that we update regularly.  Manny was the only kitten in his litter.  However, he has Starshine’s kittens to pal around with while they all grow up together.  Check our site often for updates on their adventures.

Bengal Kittens

These are photos of some of the Bengal kittens we have raised and are now in their forever homes.

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Adore Cats Lola – A brown spotted female Bengal kitten with beautiful rosettes.

 

Adore Cats Bengals rosetted boy.

Adore Cats Ike – a brown spotted male Bengal kitten with rosettes.

Adore Cats Bengals marble kitten body.

Adore Cats Jay – a marble patterned Bengal kitten.

Adore Cats Bengals Dena

Adore Cats Dena – a female Seal Spotted Lynx Point (Snow) Bengal that we are keeping :-).

 

Bengal Kitten Artie at 6 Weeks Old

You can see from Artie's profile that he has a whited tummy.

You can see from Artie’s profile that he has a whited tummy.

Artie is very alert and is interested in everything around him.

Artie has a great pattern that includes lots of rosettes from shoulder to tail.

Artie has a great pattern that includes lots of rosettes from shoulder to tail.

When Artie turns, you can see how large his rosettes are already!

We are very proud of our pedigreed Bengal kitten that we call Artie.  He is the son of our Seal Lynx Point Spotted (Snow) female Bengal and our marble patterned Bengal male.  Artie is in his “fuzzy” stage now.  As he matures, the fuzz will go away, his coat will become very sleek and his pattern will sharpen and become very eye catching.  If you would like to see more, browse our website at: http://www.adorecatsbengals.com and let us know what you think.

Rosetted Bengal

Adore Cats Bengals Rosetted Bengal cat at her new home.

Adore Cats Bengals Rosetted Bengal cat named Kiko at her new home. Photo used with the permission of her new family.

Bengal cats come in different patterns, colors and qualities.  The photo above is of one of our highly rosetted bengals who is now owned by a wonderful couple in Chicago, IL.

Rosettes are spots that have a color inside which is different from the background coat color and the spot outline.  As you can see from the photo, Kiko is highly rosetted as she has multiple rosettes on the side you can see (and on the side you can’t see).  Kiko is a good example of a high quality pet Bengal.  Let us know what you think.

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