1Stop Bengals is a small cattery that is located near Denver, CO. We are committed to producing healthy, friendly, beautiful Bengal cats that make wonderful companions. We think our cats add love, beauty and grace to our home, and like many who have our kittens, we can't imagine life without them. Our kittens and cats are registered and shown in TICA (The International Cat Association).
Here at 1Stop Bengals we like to strive for many goals. Starting with ensuring the highest quality of care for our cats to providing the most honest customer service. We work very hard to create a relationship with each and every prospective owner from the first inquiry. Till many years down the road with updated stories and photos of the kittens. Our goal in breeding the Bengal is to raise healthy and happy kittens that in appearance are as close as possible to the Asian Leopard Cat and in accordance to TICA Standards. Providing great personalities for each kitten is also very important to us to be sure they are the perfect fit for your home.
The original Bengal cats are a hybrid of the Asian Leopard Cat and domestic cats. They were developed by various people, most notably Jean Sugden Mill, in the 1970s and 80s with the aim of harnessing the beauty of the wild cat, yet maintaining the temperament of the domestic cat.
Our cattery is proud to have tested negative for the following diseases and parasites:
· HCM (heart condition)
· FiV / FeLV (Immunodeficiency / Leukemia)
· PK-Deficiency (anemia)
· PRA-b (progressive retinal atrophy of the eyes)
· Trichomonas (intestinal parasites)
· Giardia (intestinal parasites)
· Coccidiosis (intestinal parasites)
The first thing most people notice about the Bengal cat is the wonderful coat! Not only is it beautiful to look at, but it’s also very soft and sleek and many Bengals also shine in the light with a glitter that permeates through every hair shaft!
The temperament of the Bengal kitten you are going to buy is of the utmost importance, because that will determine your bond, attachment and love for him. For a Bengal cat to be kind and affectionate, he must have been socialized and cuddled from an early age. The first months at the cattery are very important.
At 1Stop Bengals, our mini leopards are our family and live with us in the house. The boys have their own wing. The girls run from room to room until they need a room of their own for kittens.