BengalLegacyCats respects everyone's Choices, Challenges & Beliefs
TICA registered cattery: BENGALLEGACY
Licenced and inspected: By Birmingham city council animal welfare, Rating Higher Standard 4* .
Members of: TICA, & London Cats and Friends.
Owner: Jade Ferracini.
Location: Birmingham UK.
International shipping is available: AirPets Heathrow.
UK courier service is available: Catvenience Transpawt.
ANNUAL SCREENING FOR HCM, PKDEF & PRA/B
BEFORE making an enquiry with BengalLegacyCats, please read through this page...
'Bengal Kittens For Sale'.
This has all the information you require on. We are receiving a large number of enquires, which we are always grateful for, we just need you guys to read through the basic information first, that will save a lot of time and we can then get to the FUN part, of choosing you a Bengal kitten!
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All of our Breeding Bengal Cats are screened for HCM annually, Pkdef & Pra/b Normal!
Welcome to Bengal Legacy Cats, here you can find some of the most extraordinary Bengal cats with beautiful markings, wild profiles, but with the softest and kindest domesticated nature. We breed Bengal cats that produce a whole variety of colours from, snow Bengal kittens to silver Bengal kittens and the classic brown Bengal kitten, this year 2020 is extra special, we will have our first charcoal Bengal kittens born. The temperament is something we focus massively on with our cubs just as much as their health, we believe those two factors come first before anything.
Bengal cats are a highly intelligent breed of cat, that require lots of love, playtime and interaction.
All of our Bengal cat's and kitten's are TICA registered, parents screened for Pkdef and Pra-b,we currently have no carriers. We HCM our adults yearly,.
Our Bengal Kittens are raised inside our children's bedrooms in a loving friendly family environment, socialised by 9 humans on a daily basis this enables us to ensure your Bengal baby will be confident, sociable and have some of the best temperaments your find in this breed.
To view our available Bengal kittens for sale, please click here!
We also have a page dedicated to our retired Bengals if this is something you would be interested in please click here.
We also do not charge extra for Showing rights, so if you would like a pet Bengal but would also love to take him/her along to the shows feel free to enquire, we do this to help the shows around the U.K, we would also be super proud and excited to help you show one of BengalLegacy's cubs.
ABOUT BENGAL LEGACY
We are a large, happy family who strive to care for everyone included in our home and those friends we make along the way. We are always learning new fantastic information about the Bengal cat and how to improve the breed standard.
We breed Bengal cats because of having an immense amount of love and passion for the breed of cat they are. No one can quite explain the pure joy, love and devotion that these babies bring to us and their new families.
Bengals are an incredibly sociable breed of cat if they are raised correctly. Having the best breeder is more important than having the best looking Bengal, that I assure you.
Breeders who do it for the right reasons, will have huge amounts of knowledge and be very happy to help you with preparing yourself for your Bengal, and with life afterwards.
Our cubs are raised indoors, surrounded by children on a 24/7 basis. We have excellent protocols in place from, socialisation programs to sanitation routines, everything is kept clean, happy and organised at a 4* council licence regulation standard.
My children's ages range from 6 to 18 years, they all play a vital role in making sure your Bengal leaves us ready, confidant with a huge amount of handling.
I have two children with learning difficulties, my 6 year old has ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder, she also gets very anxious at times, when she starts to get upset my Bengals will actually lay with her purring away to bring her comfort and reassurance, it's as if 'they know' she's special.
My 17 year old has Dyslexia, social anxiety, he is always telling everyone how he loves his Bengals and how they form such strong bonds with him, they will follow him around the house calling him if he goes to the shower and most of the time they jump in too! Yes most Bengals LOVE water.