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Breeze Bengals is a TICA registered cattery located in Grande Prairie, AB. You can also find me, Sabrina Hewer, on TICA's registered breeder list. We have a small breeding program and raise all of our cats in our home as part of our family. Our goal is to produce high quality healthy Bengals. Currently we have brown and snow spotted Bengals. We breed to produce good head type, puffy whisker pads, and striking rosetted patterns to mimic that of a leopards.
You can find Bengal kittens for sale here.
We test for PRA and PK Def through Optimal Selection to ensure healthy kittens. We also screen our breeding adults annually for HCM using a board certified cardiologist in Edmonton, AB (Kim Hawkes, Pulse Veterinary) Health reports can be found on each cats profile along with pedigrees.
All of our Bengals are feed a high quality balanced raw diet provided by a local business, Powered by Raw. We recommend that you continue to fed a raw diet as well.
The Asianleopard cat (ALC), also known as the mainland leopard cat, is a subspecies of the leopard cat (Prionailurus bengalensis) that is native to mainland Asia. Asian leopard cats are small and agile, allowing them to move through the trees and brush with ease. They have a muscular and athletic build, with strong legs and a flexible spine. The leopard cat is named after its distinctive golden-yellow fur covered with black spots and rosettes, which resembles the pattern of a leopard.
Asian leopard cats are found in a variety of habitats, including dense forests, scrublands, and grasslands. These cats are primarily active at night and are known to be excellent hunters, preying on small mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians. They are also skilled climbers and can climb trees to pursue their prey.
In summary, the Asian leopard cat is a fascinating and beautiful animal that plays an important role in its ecosystem. It is known for its distinctive fur pattern, its adaptability to different habitats, and its hunting skills.
The Bengal cat got its name from the scientific name of its ancestral wild cat species, the Asian leopard cat (Prionailurus bengalensis). By breeding Asian leopard cats with domestic cats, breeders were able to create a cat that had the distinctive wild appearance of the Asian leopard cat, but with the friendly and affectionate nature of a domestic cat.
The breed was first developed in the United States in the late 1960s and early 1970s and was officially recognized by The International Cat Association (TICA) in 1986. Today, Bengal cats are popular pets known for their distinctive appearance, friendly and affectionate nature, and high energy level. Despite its wild ancestry, the Bengal cat is a loving and affectionate companion that makes a great pet for families and individuals alike.
Bengal cats are known for their distinctive physical appearance, which sets them apart from other domestic cat breeds. Some of the key physical characteristics of Bengal cats include:
Here is a list of some of the common personality traits of Bengal cats:
It's important to keep in mind that not all Bengal cats will exhibit these traits, and each cat is an individual with its own unique personality. This may vary based on their environment, upbringing, and individual temperament.
Any kittens available will be listed on the kitten page. If interested to be put on the wait list for pick of the next available kittens please complete a kitten application form.
Kitana of Breeze Bengals first cat show
This cattery has Not been inspected by and is not endorsed by The International Cat Association, Inc