Bengal Cat Breeders In Maryland - Bengal Cat Club

Bengal Cat Breeders in Maryland

If you live in Maryland 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 Maryland 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 Maryland and below you can see our list.  Use the information below to research and feel free to contact the breeders if you have questions.

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Breeder Name

City

Website URL

Phone Number

Jungletime Cats

Upperco

JungletimeCats.com

410-925-8167

Little Jaggers

Owings Mills

LittleJaggers.net

443-722-6760

​Royal Bengal Cattery

​Westminster

​RoyalBengalCattery.com

​443-540-7982

Maryland Bengal Cats

Rockville

MarylandBengalCats.com

240-477-4850

Pixel Perfect Cats

Green Haven

PixelPerfectCats.com

443-223-6480

Babbling Bengals

N/A

BabblingBengals.com

636-667-4074

Jungletime Cats

Has This Breeder Been Bengal Cat Club Certified? Yes   (What's This?)

How They Describe Themselves: Health is our number one priority in our breeding program. We focus primarily on this, but also choose our breeding cats on pattern, type, and personality. We have all genetic testing performed that is recommended for this breed as well as HCM screening our breeding cats by licensed veterinary cardiologists yearly. This screening aids us in providing you the healthiest Bengal kittens possible. Here at Jungletime, we work with some of the best breeders worldwide to bring in the healthiest, most beautiful lines. Our kittens can be found worldwide!

Location: Upperco, MD
Website:
JungletimeCats.com
Facebook Page: N/A

Associations: TICACFA
Phone Number: 410-925-8167
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Little Jaggers

Has This Breeder Been Bengal Cat Club Certified? Yes   (What's This?)

How They Describe Themselves: Our family is dedicated to breeding quality, happy and healthy Brown and Snow Rosetted Bengal Kittens that are well socialized and raised with lots of love.  All of our Bengals are apart of our family and treated as such. Bengal Kittens are very special to us and we screen potential forever homes to make sure that both kittens and adoptees are the right fit for one another.

Location: Owings Mills, MD
Website:
LittleJaggers.net
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Associations: TICA
Phone Number: 443-722-6760
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​Royal Bengal Cattery

Has This Breeder Been Bengal Cat Club Certified? ​Yes   (What's This?)

How They Describe Themselves: ​The main goal of our breeding activity is getting healthy Bengal kittens, fully socialized and corresponding to the Bengal breed standard. This is a contrast pattern that will remain beautiful for the whole life, and will not fade by one year old.  We do not keep animals in cages, aviaries, separate rooms or individual houses. We live in a house and our Bengal cats are full-right members of the family and have constant contact with people, which is important for the socialization of Bengal kittens. We have a relatively small cat cattery and we have the opportunity to pay enough attention to each of our pets! Our Studs and Queens are tested for the most dangerous viral cat diseases: immunodeficiency virus FIV and leukemia virus FELV.

Location: ​Westminster, MD
Website:
RoyalBengalCattery.com
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Associations: TICAWCF​TIBCS
Phone Number: 443-540-7982
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Maryland Bengal Cats

Has This Breeder Been Bengal Cat Club Certified? No   (What's This?)

How They Describe Themselves: Raising purebred brown , tricolored, golden glittered Bengal Cats. We are located in Rockville Md, close to Baltimore, Virginia and Wash. DC. Our wild looking little Leopards are raised in a loving environment to achieve gentle temperaments and wonderful purrrsonalities. Our kittens are vet checked, twice vaccinated and dewormed and come with a health certificate before they go to their forever homes at the age of 12 weeks or older.

Location: Rockville, MD
Website:
MarylandBengalCats.com
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Associations: TICA
Phone Number: 240-477-4850
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Pixel Perfect Cats

Has This Breeder Been Bengal Cat Club Certified? No   (What's This?)

How They Describe Themselves: Pixel Perfect Cats is a small, in-home cattery. The adult cats are treated like members of the family, and kittens are raised with lots of hands-on attention. I'm not breeding kittens as a primary source of income so I'm not pushing to produce (and sell) as many as possible. My goal is to produce healthy, beautiful kittens with excellent personalities.

Location: Green Haven, MD
Website:
PixelPerfectCats.com
Facebook Page: N/A

Associations: TICATIBCS
Phone Number: 443-223-6480
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Babbling Bengals

Has This Breeder Been Bengal Cat Club Certified? No   (What's This?)

How They Describe Themselves: My mission is to breed to the Bengal standard. I focus on producing Bengals that are healthy with good temperament, having puffy whisker pads with a nice pinch, small to medium ears with rounded tops, large eyes, thick tail and muscular bodies.

Location: N/A
Website:
BabblingBengals.com
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Associations: TICA
Phone Number: 636-667-4074
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Additional Breeders

Not finding what you want with the Bengal cat breeders in Maryland? 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.