WELCOME TO OUR BENGAL CATS CATTERY !
05.12.2011 We received the results of genetic testing in the direction of pyruvate kinase deficiency. ALL of our breeding cats are healthy.
08.11.2011 our young kitten Silkroute Battle Star finished a year and was tested for HCM. The results showed no signs of of cardiac hypertrophy.
07.03.2011 next cardiac USG in Silkroute Caprica, Snosyspots Machi and father of our Battle Star. All studies showed a perfect work of the hearts.
09.10.08 at the FIFe show in Lodz Shimi obtained BEST of the BEST title !!!! She was the best cat among 300 others !!!
08.2008 The beauty of Marble Bengals. Click here...
Our cattery is going to continue the breeding programme with the aim to produce Bengals looking like wild cats (wild-looking face, strong and long body, short and silky fur, big eyes, broad nose and strong chin ,small and rounded ears, extremely contrasted dark markings ) but at the same time, they would have a pleasant and calm character
We hope that we will manage to fulfill this challenging task thanks to well-matched parents of our future kittens and friendship with an experienced breeder, Karen Darnbrough (Mountainpark Bengals). She helped us to learn the most important things about breeding Bengals
During the spring 2005 we had the pleasure of meeting Pam Knowles (Cheetah's Den cattery) who has served in the past as President of TIBCS (The International Bengal Cat Society) and is presently on the Bengal Breed Commitee of TICA. Lots of marvelous Bengals come from Cheetah'sDen cattery.
Thanks to Pam and Karen, Sandy Legend took up residence in our cattery. He will soon be joined by a lovely marble queen - Cassandra from Snowy Spots cattery owned by Julie Lange.