*** Current Kitten Availability: 2 ***​​

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KITTEN PRE-QUALIFICATION FORM


ANNOUNCEMENTS
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All inquiries will be responded to by this Friday 06/22

Updates and pictures of the new litters will be posted by this upcoming Monday 06/25 or earlier

Thank you for your patience!


***SIlver female possibly available on 06/22 if payment does not go through***

***Only 2 Brown Kittens Available !***



Mpls Bengals
Minnesota's Premier Bengal Breeder
Mpls Bengals  is a small in-home cattery located near Minneapolis, MN.  

Mpls Bengals provides Bengals of outstanding quality that are socialized to have a wonderful temperament with exceptional health . We do everything possible to improve the breed by providing extensive genetic testing and socializing kittens to exhibit an ideal temperament.

Bengal Colorings & Our Babies
Click on the pictures below to see each of our available colorings and read more about them. 
  1. VENUS
  2. KIRA
  3. LUNA
  4. FELINA & HER KITTEN
  5. MAKSIMUS WITH HIS SON
  6. ZENA WITH HER KITTENS

ALL Bengal colorings & Markings 

Non-standard Bengals

This link is the classification of all bengal colorings and markings: ​

http://www.kingsmarkfarms.com/bengals/kingpattern.htm

There are many colorings and marking of Bengals. We chose to specialize in Rosetted Bengals in the following colors and unique variations:

  • SEAL LYNX SNOW (Including Charcoal)
  • SEAL MINK SNOW (Including Charcoal)
  • SILVER (Including Charcoal & Silver Smoke)
  • CLASSIC BROWN (Including Charcoal)
  • LIGHT SOREL BROWN (Including Charcoal)
A non-standard Bengal is a coloring that is not preferred and not accepted by TICA's bengal standards. The main thing that this changes is that Non-standard bengals are not allowed to participate in TICA cat shows. They are still the same bengal breed, the same purebred & TICA registered cats. Their coloring can be: Melanistic, Blue, Chocolate, Cinnamon, Lilac & Fawn. There is also a Long-haired variant called the Cashmere Bengal.​​

This is a good explanation of the various non-standard Bengals:

http://www.whitemountainbengals.com/non-standard-colors.html
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Last Update: 06/19/18
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