Bengal Cat Breeders in Kansas
If you live in Kansas and you’re trying to adopt a Bengal kitten or Bengal cat, your best choice is to go to a Bengal breeder. These are people who specialize in this breed and really understand the personality traits and how to care for them. If you’re hoping to find a Bengal cat at an animal shelter, you’re out of luck. Bengal cats are an exotic breed and this makes it extremely unlikely one will ever end up there.
Finding a Bengal cat breeder in Kansas can be difficult, but we’ve done all of the hard work for you. We’ve spent hours researching to find all of the different Bengal cat breeders in Kansas and below you can see our list. Use the information below to research and feel free to contact the breeders if you have questions.
Leopard Magic Bengals
Leopard Magic Bengals
Has This Breeder Been Bengal Cat Club Certified? Yes (What's This?)
How They Describe Themselves: We are located near Kansas City on a small 5-acre hobby farm. We are a small cattery raising only TICA Registered Bengals with Champion bloodlines, and just a few litters per year. We strive for healthy, happy, adorable Bengal kittens who meet the breed standard and are VERY well socialized.
Has This Breeder Been Bengal Cat Club Certified? No (What's This?)
How They Describe Themselves: We are a Kansas Bengal breeder specializing in brown and silver rosetted kittens with golden glittering. Our kittens are raised in our home along with our children so that the kittens will be well socialized. We focus not only on outstanding coats, but build and 'type'. When we started breeding Bengals, we selected our breeders from excellent bloodlines. To produce the best, you must start with the best...and so we began.
Not finding what you want with the Bengal cat breeders in Kansas? Sometimes this happens as most small catteries only have one or two litters per year. If you’re looking to adopt a Bengal kitten or adopt a Bengal cat, you have two choices. First, you can find out from the breeder(s) above when litters are expected and be put on a waiting list. Or, you can contact breeders in other states near you.