How to reserve your bengal cat
- I would like to reserve my bengal cat now, which is the next step?
The first thing is to decide which bengal you like the most from the ones we have available on the website, it is updated regularly (nearly daily), so there is what we have at each moment. After, you place a down payement to reserve the bengal kitten. You can do it by bank transfer or directly with us if you have to opportunity to visit us. We then fill in the reservation contract with all the details and conditions, which has to be signed by both parties.
From then on, we usually take pictures or videos periodically so you can follow the development of your kitten and you can keep them in their album. About 10 days before kitten is ready to hand over, the future owner must send the amount pending by bank transfer, or hand it in directly if you are coming to pick up the kitten.
In the case we have to send the kitten, we call a few days in advance to arrange the day of his arrival. For Spain, we send it by MRW, hand it in at the last hour of the day which is 20.00 and leaves first thing in the morning, so it arrives at 08.00 at your nearest MRW office. We insist that you go to pick it up at the office, so he doesn't have to spend an extra two hours in the van, and he can straight away get to new their new home and their new family. In their pet carrier we put its water so he can always keep hydrated.
- I would like to put my name down for the waiting list for a litter, is this possible?
In the case you want to wait for a kitten from a particular mating, it is best to contact us telling us your full names and address, so we can put you in a waiting list for a particular mating. Once the bengals are born, we respect the order and call one by one, but it is really a first come first served basis.
- I would like to put a down payment for a future bengal of a particular mating, is it possible?
We only accept down payments for the bengals that have been born, never beforhand.
- Does it have a sales contract?
Every bengal has their sales contract with the corresponding details and information. It comes with health guaranties and conditions. On the conditions page, each point will cover the interests of both the buyer and the seller. View the conditions of our contracts:
1) Pet contract conditions: PET contract conditions.
2) Breeder contract conditions: BREEDER contract conditions.
- Will I receive my pedigree?
Bengals for pet : In this case the pedigree is sent when it has been neutered, (at about 4-5 months for the males, and 5-6 months for the females), and the official veterinary certificate is sent to us by email. In the conditions of the PET contract it is stated and both parties sign confirming their agreement. Most of the vets recommend sterilizing the females before the first time they come in season, it is an operation that consists of removing the ovaries to stop the growth of the womb. With this procedure, the risks for contracting mammary tumours are reduced in 98%.
Bengals for breeding : In this case, we send the pedigree as soon as we receive it from our feline asociation ASFEC, without any restrictions for neutering.
- Can I come to pick up my kitten?
We hand over the kittens when they are two months and a half, after their first vaccine and de-worming. We offer to options: you can come and pick them up or we send it by MRW withing Spain. But, we always prefer, if it is possible, for the future owner to come to collect them, so the journey to their new home is more enjoyable.
- Do you hand over the kitten vaccinated?
The kittens are ready to depart when they have had their first vaccine when they are 9 weeks old. We also de-worm them before the vaccine, with Canex paste. We also hand over the vaccination record.
For our bengals we only trust the brand ZOETIS FEVAXYN PENTOFEL (5 in 1), of which five components are presented in an inactivated form, which will stop, in most of the cases, the appearing of any side-effects whatsoever. This vaccine protects against Rinotraqueitis, Panleucopenia, Calicivirus, Feline Leukemia and Chlamydia. This same vaccine has to be repeated between 21 to 30 days after the first vaccine, to offer the best protection for the kitten's metabolism against this viruses.
We hand the kitten over with the sales contract with the health guarantee and conditions, the instructions for the next vaccinations, and a leaflet with important information about the good care of their health and diet.
We can recommend the Nexo Veterinary Centres in Spain, as we entrust the health of our bengals to our nearest Nexo clinic.