"Nothing Good In This World Comes Cheap, Free or Easy."
-My Grandparents Lee & Beth Barry
*Our Bengals Directly Descend From Multiple Asian Leopard Cat Bloodlines and crossed with TICA Grand Champion Show Lines.
* Palmetto Bengals code of ethics requires all of our Bengal babies to be hand raised, "supplement" bottle fed to ensure your Palmetto Bengal is very well socialized, potty trained and well behaved!
*BOYS WILL NOT SPRAY IF THEY ARE NEUTERED AT THE APPROPRIATE TIME!
We cannot hold your kitten without first receiving a non-refundable deposit. Although we do not give cash refunds, we will be happy to apply the deposit towards to another kitten, product or service.
Please make sure you do your research before reserving your new friend. Get to know the breed, speak to other owners, and gain an understanding of what will be required of you.
"Do you have any kittens you don't really want and wouldn't mind giving away?"
"I've seen Bengals on Craigslist for $500...will you price match?"
Believe it or not, we do get these questions...and frequently. As much as we would love for everyone to share in the Bengal experience, these are things we simply cannot do.
In response to the first, we have never had a kitten gone unsold. Ever. We often have wait lists. There are no "spare" kittens, and this is our livelihood.
Per the latter...if something seems too good to be true, it probably is. If you made it to this page, you more than likely know the typical price range of a Bengal. There are many reasons the average price is what it is, not the least of which is that the parents, as kittens, require an investment of 3-6 times what you can expect to pay for yours. We refuse to breed our dams more than twice a year, as we feel it is inhumane. We are not a "kitty mill". Each early-generation Bengal Baby stays with our trained nannies for three to four weeks where many hours are spent bottle-feeding and co-parenting with mom, socializing them, and ensuring that they come to you in perfect health and great temperament.
We know what we offer, we stand behind our babies, and we price accordingly.
Whether you choose to get your kitten from us or elsewhere, we would urge you to be very wary of a Bengal at that price point. A high-end pet is not something you should get from the clearance bin, and if you see one at a staggeringly low price, please think carefully before taking that leap.