Our Bengal kitten wants to say “Happy Labor Day” to you and your family – and so do we :-). Hope you enjoy your day.
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 :-).
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.
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 :-).
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.
Our Bengal cat named “Opal” is excited about her first car ride of 2015. Her expression seems to say “can we go now?”.