Bengals Australia Kittens
Bengals Australia Kittens bred from quality lines for health and temperament and raised with love. Available only to the very best of homes.
Due to our high demand we have implemented a reservation list for our future litters. We are currently accepting deposits at this time, as always first picks come from deposits only. If you’d like to reserve a Bengals Australia Bengal Kitten please complete our bengal kitten reservation form.
Partial payment of $300 is required to reserve a Pet kitten OR $500 for a Breeder/Show/Stud.
Customers that have sent a deposit will have their name placed on our reservation list. Their position on this list will be determined by the date the money is deposited into our account. The entire deposit is applied toward the cost of the kitten.
Due to our high demand and our limited breeding per year, once a partial payment is received, it is NON-REFUNDABLE.
Upon a litter being born, customers are contacted in the order of reservation. At that time the customer has the option of stating that they will choose a kitten from that litter or wait for another litter. If the customer chooses to wait, their name is skipped but they do not lose their position on the reservation
Bengal Kitten Pricing
Marbled Kittens range from $1,300 to $1,600
Brown Spotted/Rosette Kittens range from $2,000
Silver Spotted/Rosette Kittens range from $1,800 to $2,500
We occasionally have kittens available at a lower price due to various factors.
Bengals Australia Bengal Kitten Health Guarantee
The bengal cat/kittens are guaranteed to be in good health, guaranteed FELV/FIV negative & currently Vaccinated & wormed, before they go, at the time of sale. It is guaranteed for a period of 72 hours of the time of purchase, if Vet checked with-in that time.
The cat/kitten is guaranteed against congenital defects for six months. Should the cat die with-in that time as a direct result of a congenital defect, the cat/kitten will be replaced only if an appropriate autopsy is performed by a licensed Vet and a Vets certificate is provided as proof of cause of death (at the cost of the buyer).