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Bengal Breeder / TICA registered Cattery as 1 Purfect Pride. Located in Southern California. We genetically and cardio screen all our adults. All are PRA/PK Def negative and are annually screened for HCM. Kittens have a health guarantee and can be delivered anywhere in North America or Mexico.
About us –
We breed Browns, Snows, Silvers, Charcoals and Melanistic colors. We have breeders with Champion bloodlines from Ukraine, Hungary, Korea and across the US. None of our males are related to any of our females and there is never a chance of inbreeding with our kittens.
We feed made on site raw food using a Bengal specific recipe that we are happy to share. Kittens are raised underfoot in our 4500 sf house and highly socialized with adult cats and our Great Pyrenees dog. My wife and I are retired and we devote our full time to raising and socializing the kittens.
We do genetic and cardiologist screening on all our adult breeders.. Hypertrophic Cardio Myopathy ( HCM ) affects 13% of Bengals and causes early death of heart failure. The only way to test for it is to annually screen all breeding adults by a vet cardiologist to remove any breeders that show early signs of HCM. PRA and PK Def genes are the other Bengal issues that can cause blindness and anemia. All our queens are double negative for both genes so there is never a chance that any of our kittens will inherit two of these genes and get the disease.
We provide the parents HCM test and genetic tests to clients before signing a contract. As you evaluate breeder choices make sure to ask for the parents HCM reports and that they have been done in the last 18 mths. Make sure you ask for copies of the parents genetic reports showing they are negative for PRA and PK def genes.
We also don’t let the kitten go home before 12 to 14 weeks or under 3 lbs. Costs more for us, but kittens are healthier and much better socialized than if they left under 12 weeks.
1 Purfect Pride has been TICA registered Bengal breeders since 2017 and you can look us up on TICA.org under Bengal breeders in California.
we encourage new owners to visit and pick up their kittens in person. With the extra vet and vaccination costs required on top of a $350 cargo shipping costs, it is usually same cost to fly here and carry the kitten back on board with you, which is much less stressful on the kitten than shipping cargo.
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