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Looking for a Bengal Kitten

Im looking for a Bengal kitten. TICA registered.

Does anyone know where i can find one of these kittens in the edmonton area? Also, is it pissible to make monthly payments on an animal? Like financing?

These little beauties are expensive but I’ve always wanted one. ANY information regarding Bengal kittens is welcome. Thank you in advance!!

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  1. Diane Peters Diane Peters says:

    Why don’t you save up first, instead of trying to “finance” a cat?

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  2. You had me at pissable

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  3. Just a warning…these are expensive cats period. We see a lot of health issues with them. If you’re wanting to finance the purchase price…you can’t afford the vet bills. My advice look into insurance first. Get it right away. The premium will be your indicator as to how high risk they are. Speaking from professional experience.

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  4. Don’t get a pet until you have money put a side what happens when you need to go to the vet? https://www.facebook.com/wildrosebengals/

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  5. Steven Owen Steven Owen says:

    It’s entirely.. pissable.. to adopt a tabby who doesn’t want to be euthanized.

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  6. Bengal cats can have a lot of digestion and behavioural issues. They are not simply cats with cute markings. If you can’t afford the price tag then the vet bills might be a bit much

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  7. Sara Wood Sara Wood says:

    Does it have to be a kitten?

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  8. How interesting. There was a post earlier today on one of the Millwoods buy&sell sites for Bengal kittens for sale.

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  9. Wynn Jera Wynn Jera says:

    FYI IF and only if you are able to do a payment plan, in general most breeders take a deposit when you pick out your animal and final payment is due when the animal is safe to leave the mother. If you can’t afford to buy one, you need to think if you can afford to take care of one.

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  10. Alice Dymond Alice Dymond says:

    If you can’t even afford the cat initially..

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  11. Wildrose bengals is a well known breeder in the city

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  12. If you cannot afford to pay for the cat upfront you cannot afford the cat and should not get one. Also, try adopting a cat that is in need and not buying from breeders. Save a cat’s life. Cheaper and just as much love, if not more.

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  13. Adopting a rescue would be so much better.

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  14. Why don’t you rescue one of the MILLION cats that actually need a home.

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  15. If funds are tight, I suggest a rescue or the EHS. The Edmonton humane society kittens come spayed/neutered, vaccinated, dewormed, microchipped, tested negative for fiv&leukemia, a free vet exam at the clinic of your choice and 6 weeks of free pet insurance. You’ll save about $1000.

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  16. Steph says:

    Vividcats Bengals and Wildrose Bengals both easily searched on Facebook.
    And most breeders will allow you to pay a deposit to reserve but must be paid before pickup.
    Learn about HCM, FIP, PK-D PRA and make sure wherever you get a kitten from tests for all these things of health issues will be even more expensive.

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  17. I have dealt with Bengals for years this my guy.. They are great cats, yes but can easily run your house if not a experienced cat owner. They can have some medical problems they are more prone to from breeding and just the norm ones that come around. They are loud lol very very talkative which is great until they want something and test you until you break to get it lol. Very smart, its truly like having another dog that can get get on top of anything and even open doors..(plays fetch) Its best like others said to save up and make sure its something you can afford along with any unexpected medical issues that could a raise.
    He just had a urethra blockage that cost 2,000 a few months ago.. Not that it can’t happen in any breed but things happen unexpectedly along with the cost of the cat alone.

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  18. As mentioned these cats have many medical issues. Do the ethical thing and adopt don’t shop. You will save a life. No one should support the breeding of cats (or dogs) when there are so many euthanized in shelters. Who cares about markings. I also agree if you can’t afford one outright how will you afford the medical costs down the road?

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  19. Jason Ellard Jason Ellard says:

    Too bad there isn’t a lot of kittens looking for homes at the SPCA…..

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  20. Kenna Leslie Kenna Leslie says:

    I had a bengal. Spent $1000 on it and he died in under a year due to health problems. Not worth it. Adopt from the humane society.

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  21. Kim MacBeth Kim MacBeth says:

    Adopt from SPCA. Save one little guy and make room for another to go into care. You save 2 .

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  22. Kijiji has ads for bengals. Be prepared to pay.

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  23. Look into getting a Persian. The only big problem with Persians is daily brushing and an occasional lion cut. Better yet, find your forever friend at the humane society….

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