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Thank you to our Mpls Bengals families that have made one of our beautiful babies a part of their family! ​HUGE thank you to the three families that adopted a shelter pet at the same time!!! 

This is your last chance to get a Mpls Bengals kitten before we go out of business!

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 (now in her forever home)
  2. KIRA (our girl)
  3. LUNA (our girl)
  4. FELINA & HER KITTEN (Felina is our girl)
  5. MAKSIMUS WITH HIS SON (now in his forever home)
  6. ZENA WITH HER KITTENS (now in her forever home)

ALL Bengal colorings & Markings 

Non-standard Bengals

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

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:

Now that we are no longer going to be breeding, we have received numerous questions about where to obtain a Bengal that was raised in an ETHICAL environment and from a cattery that does all the genetic HEALTH checks that we personally deem absolutely necessary in order to exclude genetic health problems and to improve the breed overall. 

Our best advise is PLEASE DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH and USE YOUR COMMON SENSE, you can use my website as a reference point and I will always be available for Bengal questions via email ([email protected]) If something doesnt sit well with you (conditions, lack of testing, unsanitary environment or sick looking animals) then its probably not the best place to be getting your new family member.
If everyone refuses to purchase from awful breeders then they will be forced to raise Bengals in better ways or do more health tests. You can find a Bengal that is healthy and ethically raised, dont support the mistreatment of the breed just to get a cute kitten.

  •  Visit the cattery/home and ask to see ALL the adults and the conditions that they are living in (be prepared to be heardbroken and understand that if you are purchasing a Bengal from a breeder that keeps their adults in small cages on concrete without any soft bedding in their cold garage you are supporting the mistreatment of these adults and you must understand that so long as people purchase kittens from these kinds of environments this will continue to be a normalized occurence). Even cats used for breeding purposes deserve a clean, comfortable environment and loving home/human interation. They should NOT have to live in a cage for 5-6 years without those things just to produce kittens. The Breeder should show you the parents and other cats without hesitation. If you are told that the parents are not available for you to see then leave and dont purchase your kitten there. ​ Make sure you support the environment you are purchasing from (you are literally voting with your money for how Bengals are raised)

  • Know the risks of purchasing a kitten that comes from parents not tested for health issues and genetic defects. We recommend that you only get a kitten once you are able to PHYSICALLY SEE PROOF OF EVIDENCE of testing N/N for PKD, PRA, FIV, FeLV, HCM, PKDef, a Stool exam (testing for Tritrichomona foetus, Coccidia, Giardia) as well as an ANNUAL health exam. Adults should be up to date on all shots and kittens should have a BEAR MINIMUM of 1 veterinary examination with their first set of shots and dewormer. Once again if EVERYONE only purchases a kitten with proof of these health checks, breeders will eventually all be forced to test before breeding or better more ethical breeding practices will emerge. 

  • A Bengal is a luxury pet, they are expensive. Make sure you are choosing wisely and supporting the best possible future for these animals. Please be a decent human being and only purchase kittens from ethical breeders that truly care about the Bengals health and future. I will be doing further research and posting my recommended breeders once all of our kittens are picked up. Purebred animals (or any breed- dog or cat) have issues. Make sure you are educated in Bengals and only support something you are truly ok with. Please help us all collectively create a better future for the Bengal breed.
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Last Update: 02/23/19
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