Recently moved from Atlantic Beach, Florida a small community outside of Jacksonville
to Newport News, Virginia.
We are a small cattery we strive to be the best, our cats are raised underfoot, as a part of the family. We ensure that once our cats leave our home they will be well adjusted, happy, healthy, socialized Bengals with the best temperaments. This makes the best natured kittens and lifetime friends. We are carefully selecting some of the most beautiful Brown and Silver Spotted Bengal Cats. We are choosing high contrast and wild exotic looks with exemplary, calm natures. Our goal as breeders is to provide you with the best Bengals possible. Because we are a small cattery that specializes ONLY in Bengals. In doing this we guarantee that our focus is souly.... the betterment of the Bengal breed!
The Bengal cat has a desirable "wild" appearance with a domestic cat temperament.
The goal of the Bengal breeding program is to create a domestic cat which has physical features distinctive to the small forest-dwelling wildcats, and with the loving, dependable temperament of the domestic cat. Keeping this goal in mind, judges shall give special merit to those characteristics in the appearance of the Bengal which are distinct from those found in other domestic cat breeds. A Bengal cat is an athletic animal, alert to its surroundings; a friendly, curious, confident cat with strength, agility, balance and grace. It is a medium to large cat which exhibits a very muscular and solid build. Its wide nose with prominent whisker pads and large oval, almost round eyes in a slightly small head enhance the wild appearance and expressive nocturnal look. Its very slight, to nearly straight, concave profile and relatively short ears with wide base and rounded tips add to the Bengal’s distinctive and unique appearance. The short, dense coat has a uniquely soft and silky feel. The coat may be glittered or not glittered, with neither type to be given preference. A thick, low-set, medium-length tail adds balance to the cat.
Quoted from TIBCS