Chill out with Your Pet
No matter what else happens in the world, you and your pet can find comfort in being with each other. Pour yourself a cup of coffee (or whatever beverage suits you) and snuggle with your pet today. You both deserve it.
Re-homing Adult Bengal Cats
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.
Kept Under Wraps
Sometimes when good things happen you need just the right moment to spring it on your family, friends, etc. This is one of those moments. We have had a few things under wraps for a while, but now –
one of the cats (or more accurately, kittens) is out of the bag :-). Introducing Adore Cats Atria! She is our newest seal lynx point spotted kitten that we are keeping as a future queen. She has huge, lovely rosettes and bright blue eyes. She is confident, brave and fiesty!
The photo below shows how beautifully her pattern is developing. Her parents are Starshine and Moonshine. Stay tuned. We have more under wraps to introduce to you later!
These are photos of some of the Bengal kittens we have raised and are now in their forever homes.
Seal Spotted Lynx Point Bengal
This is a photo of Adore Cats Bengals Seal Spotted Lynx Point (AKA Snow) Bengal kitten named Dena.
Dena is just 3 weeks old in this photo and is learning to walk.
Many people are familiar with the Brown Spotted Bengals. The Seal Spotted Lynx Point Bengals are more rare and are not seen very often. When they are born they are almost completely white and look more like a tiny snowball. As they mature, their facial markings, tail and leg stripes start to come in. Then you can see very faint spots (and if it is an exceptionally beautiful one you will see rosettes) start to fade in as the kitten develops.
Later, you will see their feet darken and turn black. When Bengals are born, their initial eye color is a hazy blue/black. After a couple of months, their eye color stabilizes to the adult color, which is commonly green or hazel. For the Seal Spotted Lynx Point Bengals, their eyes develop into a beautiful blue and remain blue throughout their lives. Their coat background and pattern changes, but their blue eyes are forever. Dena will look a lot like her mom, Starshine, when she grows up. Starshine’s picture is below.
Stop by our site at: http://www.adorecatsbengals.com to see more photos of our Bengals and leave a comment to let us know what you think.
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