Average prices (GIFTS) can range from $2,400 to $3,600 - BUT WE GUARANTEE THAT WE WILL MATCH OR BE LESS THEN OTHER CURRENT, ACTIVE, REGISTERED, REPUTABLE BREEDERS - THAT ARE TESTING THEIR BREEDERS, THAT ARE 100% CLEAR, AND ARE INSPECTED. This average price does not include discounts: as indicated below.
Breeding/show rights (Gifts of) PLEASE ASK (Breeding Bengals will not be sold (Gifted) in Washington State)
Discount of $100 off of your second Exoticlegends kitten.
Discount of $100 for Military and disabled individuals (must provide verification)
What is included with my Bengal kitten? (As long as supplies last)
1. Spay/neuter (unless being purchased for breeding) or per contract
2. Micro-chipped (ISO) International Microchip - INCLUDES LIFETIME REGISTRATION
5. HCM are completed by Woodfield DACVIM (Cardiology) - HCM - Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is the most commonly diagnosed cardiac disease in cats. Feline Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) is a condition that causes the muscular walls of a cat's heart to thicken, decreasing the heart's efficiency and sometimes creating symptoms in other parts of the body.- https://icatcare.org/advice/hypertrophic-cardiomyopathy-hcm-and-testing/
SINCE BENGALS WERE CREATED BY BREEDING AN ALC (ASIAN LEOPARD CAT) TO A DOMESTIC CAT - IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO TEST YOUR BENGALS FOR ALL CAT INHERITABLE DISEASES.
8. Retinal Dystrophy (rdAc ) - an inherited late-onset blindness condition has been identified and is characterized by progressive degeneration of the photoreceptors (rods and cones) in the retina. This disease has been designated "rdAc
9. Autoimmune Lymphoproliferative Syndrome - Autoimmune lymphoproliferative syndrome (abbr. ALPS) is a lymphoproliferative disorder (LPD) distinguished by massive enlargement of lymphatic nodes and spleen caused by the accumulation of lymphocytes. The disease is caused by irregular lymphocyte apoptosis.
What type of food/water does your Exotic Legends Bengal eat?
CLICK ON ALL THESE STUDIES AND READ THEM - THERE ARE HUNDREDS OF STUDIES LIKE THESE
REAL STUDIES - REAL DOCTORS OF VET MEDICINE
Bacteria and Viruses Bacteria and viruses are the most common cause of food poisoning. The symptoms and severity of food poisoning vary, depending on which bacteria or virus has contaminated the food. To prevent illness, always follow the food safety steps: clean, separate, cook, and chill. Other prevention tips for specific bacteria and viruses are included below. The bacteria and viruses that cause the most illnesses, hospitalizations, or deaths in the United States are described below and include:
Other important bacteria and viruses that cause foodborne illness include:
Raw meat can carry life-threatening pathogens, he told them – Salmonella, E coli, Campylobacter, Listeria, Clostridium and norovirus. Pets eating infected meat can become ill themselves or shed pathogens into the environment for potential transmission and harm to others. The biggest threat is Salmonella. It causes the most hospital admissions and around 200 deaths per year in the UK. It can only be killed by heat.
There is evidence of risk in feeding raw, including infectious disease, parasites, and injury from raw bones. There is no scientific evidence, only anecdote and dubious theories, to demonstrate any benefits from feeding raw.
A new study has recently been published which adds to the already considerable evidence of risk from infectious disease.
Martinez-Anton, L., Marenda, M., Firestone, S.M., Bushell, R.N., Child, G., Hamilton, A.I., Long, S.N. and Le Chevoir, M.A.R. (2018), Investigation of the Role of Campylobacter Infection in Suspected Acute Polyradiculoneuritis in Dogs. J Vet Intern Med, 32: 352–360.
Salmonella and E. coli are pathogens commonly found in raw meat. The words “raw diet” brings thoughts of uncooked vegetables and meat to mind. The raw food craze has been popular among people, but is it safe to feed our animals a raw diet too? According to Dr. Jack Herrmann, a veterinarian on faculty at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in Urbana, as well as the director of the college’s Center for One Health Illinois, pet owners should know the risks when feeding raw meat to their animals. Salmonella and E. coli are pathogens—infectious agents that can cause disease or illness—commonly found in raw meat. The best way to prevent illness from these pathogens in animals and people is to cook meat at a high enough temperature to kill pathogens.
How can I get onto your waiting list?
1. Click and Complete the waiting list form - WAITING LIST TAB
2. Place a non-refundable (Gift) application fee of $200 - we except
A. PayPal - email@example.com PayPal - (ADD 4.4% FOR FEES - TOTAL $208.80)
B. Venmo - @Exotic-BengalsLLC
3. Second non-refundable (Gift) deposits are BY VENMO ONLY - NOT PAYPAL (AFTER YOU HAVE CHOSEN YOUR KITTEN)
These are the people currently on our waiting list:
Luis & Molyn C
These are the people on the waiting list for the next litter(s)
Shery W. (This is her 2nd Exotic Legends Bengal)
Bonifacio B (getting 2 breeders from us for his program - Wants 2 brown females)
How are Exotic Legends Bengals with young kids and young adults?
Kittens/cats are like people. No two are the same. They have their own purrrrsonailities. My kittens are great with kids. They are socialized from birth. Here are pictures of our clients with their Exotic Legends Bengals and their children.
How are Exotic Legends Bengals with other pets?
Kittens/cats are like people. No two are the same. They have their own purrrrsonalilities. My kittens are great with other animals. We have German Shepherds that are their personal guard dogs. Here are pictures of our clients with their Exotic Legends Bengals and their other fur babies.
What litter do your cats use?
Tractor Supply Pine Pellet Stall Bedding will save you time, storage space and money. Made from environmentally friendly, all natural pine, our Pine Pellet Stall Bedding provides a comfortable sterile bedding layer, while neutralizing odor and absorbing moisture on contact.
Things you could buy for your new Bengal - that they wold enjoy
1. A CAT WHEEL - These are great. This is the BEST wheel on the market today. 5 out of 5 stars on Facebook. NUMBER 1 CAT WHEEL ON FLUFFY PLANET It helps your Bengal exercise - if you do not take your kitties for walks or the weather is bad outside and you can not walk them, or you live in an apartment - these will be great for you and your Bengal.
The price shown on the website is by default CAD (Canadian) To change to US currency - simply click on "CURRENCY" at the very top of the website page (above the ZiggyDoo cat logo) and then you can select US $.
2. Cat Hammock - Cats love to be elevated, and a cat hammock gives your kitty a dedicated place to be while lounging. While a cat hammock is not a need when you get a cat, it makes a nice accessory for them and can keep them from getting into trouble elsewhere in your home.
This is one that we enjoy - CatastrophiCreations Fabric Raceway Hammock Lounger Wall-Mounted Cat Shelving
There are several different sites that you can order this from -
3. Interactive Cat Toys - There are so many on the market right now to choose from. This one is my pick - MalsiPree Robotic Interactive Cat Toy, Automatic Feather/Ball Teaser Toys for Kitten/Cats, USB Rechargeable Electronic Kitty Toy, Large Capacity Battery, All Floors/Carpet Available, 4 Bonus Feathers
Choosing a Collar or Harness for Leash Training Your Cat Collars are good for cats for identification purposes and to hang a bell on, but not great to use with a leash. Cats are built differently than dogs and they can easily slip out of a collar that is attached to a leash. Harnesses are much more secure for walking a cat with, especially when you are first training it.
Choose a harness that fits securely and is snug but not too tight on your cat. You can check to make sure it isn’t too tight by sliding two fingers underneath the harness. If two fingers can slide between the harness and your cat, then it should fit correctly. But if you can fit more fingers or fewer fingers under the harness, it may be too loose or tight.
Harnesses that are specifically designed for cats work best. If a harness is uncomfortable, your cat will only think about how poorly it fits or how difficult it is to walk in. Harnesses that are made from a soft material, cut in a way to allow a cat to walk normally, and that are lightweight are your best options for your cat. Make sure the harness you choose also has a D-ring securely attached to the back of it as well since this is where you will attach the leash.
Choosing a Leash for Your Cat Lightweight leashes that are 4 to 6 feet long are ideal for leash training cats of all sizes. Retractable leashes and leashes that are longer are okay to use once a cat is trained but stick to a manageable length and leash weight at first.
Let Your Cat Adjust to the Harness Once your cat has an appropriately sized harness on, allow it to get used to it. Let your cat sniff it and give it treats while it does so.
Keep in mind that the length of time that it takes for a cat to get used to wearing a harness will vary from cat to cat. A harness may not bother your cat at all or it may take several hours or days for your cat to adjust. Be sure to praise your cat and give it treats while it has the harness on. Do not leave the harness on for more than a few minutes if your cat is frightened by it, but increase the time it spends wearing the harness each time you put it on. Work your way up to leaving the harness on for an hour. If your cat is walking around normally while wearing the harness, then you are ready to take the next step in leash training.
Let Your Cat Adjust to the Leash If your cat doesn’t mind wearing the harness, go ahead and attach the leash to the D-ring. While still in the safety of your home, allow your cat to drag the leash around to get used to being attached to it. If your cat is easily spooked, you may want to instead attach the leash and hold it while still allowing your cat to move about freely. Some cats are scared of a leash dragging behind them and you wouldn’t want to cause your cat to be immediately frightened of the leash. Once your cat is used to the leash being connected to it, you can advance to the outdoors.
Teach Your Cat to Walk on a Leash Continue to hold the leash and let your cat walk freely outside. Coax your cat to walk where you want it to walk using treats or toys. Don’t pull your cat by the leash, but a gentle tug to redirect its attention is okay. You should continuously praise your cat with treats if it is walking in the direction you seek.
Over time your cat will get used to the sights, sounds, smells, and experiences of the outdoors and will be safe in its harness and leash. This may take several days or weeks for some cats, while others will be more comfortable right away.
Make Sure Your Cat Is Safe Cats that spend time outdoors are more likely to get fleas, ticks, heartworms, and other parasites. Discuss preventative options with your vet to make sure your cat is safe and protected while enjoying time outside.
Stay away from things that may startle your cat, such as busy roads and barking dogs, while outside. Even though a cat may be trained to walk on a leash, different situations may scare it and cause it to be afraid of going on a future walk.
Why are Bengals expensive?
A LOT GOES INTO THE PRICE OF A BENGAL -
Costs There are many things that go into the price of Bengal kittens
1. Costs of purchasing top quality Bengals with good healthy bloodlines and Breeding Rights 2. Cost to transport breeding kitten 3. Cost to separate – house your new cat until a vet has seen them and tests results come back 4. Test for the following a. All 50 Genetic Cat Disorder b. Feline Aids and Leukemia c. Fecal PCR Panel – OVER $536 JUST FOR THIS ONE TEST d. Upper Respiratory Panel e. HCM
KEEP IN MIND IF RESULTS ARE BAD – YOU CAN NOT USE THE CAT AND YOU LOST ALL THAT MONEY – AND IT HAPPENS… I HAVE SPEND THOUSANDS ON A CAT – DNA TESTS, HCM, ULTRASOUNDS, BLOOD WORK.. - JUST TO FIND OUT THE CATTERY WAS UNETHICAL AND I HAD TO FIX THE BREEDER I BOUGHT – MIND YOU THIS OTHER CATTERY DID NOT REPLACE THE KITTEN OR REFUND ME ANY MONEY…
5. Microchip breeder 6. Security cameras and a monitored security system. 7. Cat carriers 8. Costs of "quality food" 9. Cat litter 10. Multiple litter boxes. 11. Air filters 12. Emergency vet expenses – Which could include complication during birth 13. Kitten toys 14. Cat Exercise Wheel - A must... 15. Cat Trees - Also a must 16. Bedding 17. Safe detergent for animal bedding 18. Bengal organization fees (TICA) 19. Bengal organization fees (CFA) 20. Bengal organization fees (TIBCS) 21, Fees to have your cattery inspected 22. Advertising fees 23. Website fees 24. De-Wormer 25. Flea treatments 26. Kitten collars 27. Cat collars 28. Bottles 29. Kitten formula 30. Vaccinations like rabies, FIV, Leukemia and possibly others depending on your Vets advice and your preference. 31. Fees to fix the cats 32. Products that are bought for Kitten Care packages The list goes on... 33. Cat plants 34. Catio – for play time 35. Register litters fees 36. Cat show fees 37. Cat show supplies AND SO MUCH MORE
DO NOT FORGET HOW MUCH TIME WE SPEND ON THE CATS - EVERYDAY WE HAVE TO CLEAN, AND CARE FOR THE CATS. ANSWER E-MAILS AND CALLS. RESEARCH FOR UPDATED INFORMATION ON THE BREED. STAY EDUCATED. BE PART OF THE BENGAL COMMUNITY.
THIS TAKE MANY HOURS EACH AND EVERY DAY
Can we come to your home to see the cattery
Due to COVID 19 - and since we are an LLC - Because of Health/Liability/Insurance reasons we do not allow individuals to come to our home. (Liability Insurance for a LLC Cattery is VERY expensive and we do not want to have to raise the prices of our Bengals to off set the insurance fees)
We can Face-time and Zoom any time that you would like.
We can deliver your kitten to you or meet you at an agreed upon location. (Depending on distance - a travel fee maybe added to the price of your kitten/cat).
We also offer a DOOR TO DOOR service (if it is to far for you to travel you can use a flight nanny (you would have to get their price from them)or we can deliver, for a fee of .30 cents a mile (again, this depends on the distance)
We also have recommendations posted on our site.
We also have YEARLY inspections from a licensed Veterinarian - to ensure that we are taking care of the cats properly. We post our verification/awards from CFA and/or TICA of the inspection results, under our CERTIFICATES AND AWARDS tab - on our website.
WE RECEIVED THE 2020 - 2001 CFA Cattery of Excellence award - The Cat Fanciers' Association (CFA) has a program whereby a cattery may obtain certification from the CFA for adhering to a standard of care of their cats. We are proud to say, we have received the distinction of "Cattery of Excellence" every year since 2020 when we first applied.
WE RECEIVED THE 2020 - 2001 TICA Outstanding Cattery TICA'S EXPLANATION OF THE CERTIFICATES - "In keeping with the Mission and Policy Statements of TICA, the Outstanding Cattery Program has adopted the Cattery Evaluation Program and the Outstanding Cattery Code of Ethics as requirements for achieving the TICA Outstanding Cattery certificate. The goal is to provide education, information, and guidance to breeders so that they are aware of proper husbandry and cattery management techniques. Evaluator The actual cattery evaluation must be done by a licensed small animal veterinarian. The breeder may engage his/her regular veterinarian for this task. It is important for the veterinarian to place emphasis on the overall impression of health and well-being of the cats in the cattery during the evaluation and decision-making process. Often cattery set-ups involve the entire household. For example, bedrooms and bathrooms may be utilized for birthing and/or isolation areas of the cattery. In addition, it is important for the evaluator to allow for the odor of any whole male cat in residence. However, it is not allowable to experience the stale odor of cats permeating the residence. It is hoped that the dialogue between the veterinarian and breeder will be an educational experience. Breeder The breeder is encouraged to use the Cattery Evaluation Form as a guide for self-evaluation of his/her cattery prior to contacting a veterinarian. It is hoped that this method will allow the breeder to correct any deficiencies before the actual evaluation. The breeder must be present during the evaluation and scoring process. All fees charged by the veterinarian for this service are to be paid by the breeder. Scoring Method The veterinarian is to complete and score the form in the presence of the breeder. Complete the form by ticking the appropriate box against each of the criteria. Each individual rating of "Excellent" receives 2 points, each "Satisfactory" receives 1 point, and each "unsatisfactory" rating receives 0 points. Any Not Applicable (N/A) rating receives a score of 2 points. Multiply the total number of "excellent" ratings plus "N/A" ratings by 2 and enter this figure on the line following "Excellent". Add the total number of "Satisfactory" ratings and enter this figure on the line following "Satisfactory". Add the two figures together and enter the sum in the appropriate space as the total score. The best possible score is 88 points. A total score of 75 points or more receives an overall "Outstanding" rating and the breeder will be sent a TICA Outstanding Cattery certificate."
EXOTIC LEGENDS (Bengal Cats) CHRISTMAS TREE CAT PROOFING
IT IS THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN - SO I THOUGHT I WOULD HELP ALL YOU CAT LOVERS OUT THERE.
EXOTIC LEGENDS (Bengal Cats) CHRISTMAS TREE CAT PROOFING -
(What do you do to cat proof your tree?)
1. Some cats do not like the smell of oranges - try putting a small amount of Citronella oil in water and spray onto the tree.
2. You can also put orange peels under the tree.
3. Make sure that your lights are well hidden in the tree.
4. Put you most loved, delicate decorations on the highest branches. Tie them to the branches with twine or string.
5. Do not have the cat in the same room as you, while you decorate.
6. Some cats do not like Bitter Apple or vinegar, you could also try to put some of these oils, vinegar in a water bottle and spray on the trees base and/or tree itself. Anti-chew products can also be found at your local pet store)
7. Most cats do not like the sound that foil makes... - try to wrap tin foil around the tree stand, and/or bottom on the tree.
8. You may want to also anchor your tree. (some use a fishing line and eye bolt - attached to the wall)
9. If you have a live tree, cover the water reservoir. You do not want your cat drinking the water. TREE SAP IS TOXIC Some people put aspirin in the water, which is TOXIC to cats. (You can use a net to put around the reservoir) Some tree stand already have covers over the reservoir.
10, You can also coat the wires with the anti chew spray, orange, or bitter apple spray.
11. Try to make sure that there are not many dangling wires... You do not want to tease your kitty.
12. Do not leave your tree on when you are not home or in the room.
13. You can get a PVC pipe, cut it down the center, put your electrical cords in it... Cats will not be able to chew the wires :) - if it is out of site it is out of mind
14. If you can use only NON breakable decorations.
15. Remember edible decorations, even though they are beautiful, string pop corn, cranberries, cookie ornaments, can also be dangerous or toxic to your cat.
16. DO NOT USE TINSEL AND GARLAND
17. If you do use Garland, spray it with anti chew - and be sure to secure it, so that it is not use to pull down.
18. Make sure you play with your cat be release some of their energy.
19. You can put some paper bags around the tree, so that your cat will play with them and take their minds off of the tree.
20. Remember your cat likes to climb, so if you do not have a cat tree, it maybe time to get one.
AS YOUR CAT GROWS HOPEFULLY YOU WILL BE ABLE TO LOOSEN UP ON YOUR SECURITY MEASURES
EXOTIC LEGENDS BENGAL CATS WISH YOU AND YOUR FUR BABIES A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS.