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Bengal Exotic Newborns Re-homing/Adoption - $500 (Combes, Harlingen, Primera)

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Bengal Newborns will be available when they open their eyes and stop feeding breast milk . Bengals are exotic cats. The Bengal cat is a breed of hybrid cat created from crossing of an Asian leopard cat (Prionailurus bengalensis), with domestic cats, especially the spotted Egyptian Mau. It is then usually bred with a breed that demonstrates a friendlier personality, because after breeding a domesticated cat with a wildcat, its friendly personality may not manifest in the kitten. The breed's name derives from the leopard cat's taxonomic name.

Bengals have a wild appearance; their golden shimmer comes from their leopard cat ancestry, and their coats may show spots, rosettes, arrowhead markings, or marbling. They are an energetic breed that needs much exercise and play.

Please take care of them :) they’re seriously rare! Bengals were accepted as a “new breed” in 1986 by the International Cat Association. The price listed is on the low end. If you REALLY want one and cannot afford it, contact me anyway and we can chat. If the kitten’s going to a good permanent home, then we can negotiate the cost a bit. No offer over $200 is too low, but highest bidders will obviously get priority!

P.S. the pictured cars are not the ones for sale. These are my originals

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