Dreamhaven Bengals Cattery
---BREEDING BROWN/ SNOW SPOTTED BEAUTIES
These little "lap leopards" can be glittered, tight pelted, rosetted and white-tummied! They are known for their abundent energy, sweet loving personalities, gentle temperament, high intelligence, curiosity, love of water and exotic look of their wild ancestors - the Asian Leopard Cat (ALC). In addition, bengal cats are very social in nature and fit right into the structure of family life, adapting to it well as they enjoy being an integral part of the family.
The Bengal is a muscular bodied feline with a head displaying prominent whisker pads, wide-set eyes and a strong chin. The coat, unlike any other cat skin, is called a pelt and is silky soft to the touch with very little shedding. A bengal's appearance is quite distinctive due to its horizontal spots or rosettes which are tri-colored and can be round or arrowhead in shape with the outer area darkest in color and the inside area falling out or gradually lightening. Quite stunning!! [To learn more about bengals visit http://www.tibcs.com/].
Feel free to come in and see for yourselves what Dreamhaven Cattery is all about, who lives here, and who may be "available for you to take home!!" Questions and inquiries are welcome and can be made by email or phone. Thank you for stopping in, come back soon!
May a bengal beauty smile upon you today...
touching your heart and bringing joy into your lives!!
Cool brown colored bengals AND Warm brown colored ones!
New Update: Kitten "placements" now handled with PayPal!
Breeder: Marlene L. Rodgers
Located: East Central WI
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Stay as long as you like, come back often and see what is new! We are always working to improve the bengal breed and enjoy your visits here so you can see too. Thank you for your interest!
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