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Bengal Kittens For Sale


Why Choose Bonnie Bengals?

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    We have A Local Authority Licence NPS/38

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    We Are A Tica Registered Cattery

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    We Have Our Herd Annually Vaccinated

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    We are part of the Royal Canin Club

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    We are happy to allow UK wide delivery 

Your Kitten Will Leave...

  • Fully Weaned

  • With a care Sheet

  • Vet Checked, With 1st Vaccinations

  • Fully Treated For Worm's & Fleas

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    With Changeover Food

  • Tica Registration - Pet Breeder Slip

  • 5 weeks optional Free Insurance

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About Bonnie Bengals

We choose the name Bonnie Bengals as we are based just outside the Scottish Borders between Newcastle and Edinburgh and the term Bonnie is a Scottish word which suits the Bengal cat as it means pretty or attractive, which is exactly what Bengal cats and kittens are. 
Our first introduction to Bengal's was due to the fact I suffer from allergies especially around pets. But Bengals have a very special coat that not only feels wonderful to touch, they also shed less than other cats, so produce much less dander, so they are perfect for allergy sufferers like myself .
It wasn't long after getting our first Bengal Sophia that we fell completely in love with her very unique and charming personality. As you will soon learn Bengals are unlike any other cat, they are very intelligent, love attention, form incredible bonds and will surprise and bring you joy each and every day. 
Anyway to cut a long and adventurous story short, we decided to get our little princess a boyfriend so she could have super cute little baby Sophia's and that is how Bonnie Bengals was born. Since then we have added some absolutely adorable and stunning Queens to the family, which you will meet throughout your time here on Bonnie Bengals.
So if you are looking for Bengal kittens for sale you are in the right place as we have a beautiful selection of kittens for you to choose from at very competitive prices.

Our Bengal cats are all pedigree Tica registered, so you can be assured you are getting a 100% pure Bengal kitten.

Our Bengal Queens include a Snow Lynx Bengal, Rosette Brown Spotted Bengal, Leopard Glitter Bengal, Silver Glitter Leopard Bengal, F3 Bengal and F5 Bengal. They are Carriers of glitter, rosette, marble, brown, silver, snow, charcoal and seal lynx, so we always have a good selection of Bengal kittens for sale.

The great new's is if you find your perfect Bengal for sale here on Bonnie Bengals but live too far away, delivery can be arranged through fully licenced pet carriers throughout the UK from £45. That said, if you are able to visit and collect in person we would highly advise you do so, so you can get to meet your kitten first. As stated we are based just outside of Scotland and be have many customers come to buy kittens from Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Durham, which are all within one or two hours drive from us.  


On this page, you will find answers to the most popular questions of our customers. Didn’t find what you need? Just send us a request.

  • Why are Bengals the price they are?

    It costs to breed Bengals. Medical costs, Housing maintenance, Insurance, Feeding and cleaning costs.

  • Is it best to buy a boy or girl Bengal cat?

    The gender is a personal choose there is no distinct difference if the cat is spayed or neutered.
    I personally have seen no difference in temperament. Only recognised difference is males are bigger than females.

  • What age can kittens leave there mum for there new homes?

    Ours leave from 9 weeks of age after having there first vaccinations. Though they can legally leave from 8 weeks old. Some dont let them leave until they have had there second vaccinations at 12 weeks where some cat organisations say 14 weeks.  

  • Will my kitten have the same eye color and be the same shade, color, pattern ones its fully grown.

    Bengal kittens go through a lot of change when young. A kittens eye color may not be the color they are ones fully grown. Only snow Bengals are born with there blue eyes which they keep though still the shade may alter slightly. Color as kitten is the color your kitten will be when older though shade can get slightly lighter or darker as they grow. Pattern develops as your kitten grows up to 9 months and in some have seen change until 2 years old. Glitter which under the sun or strong light makes the fur look sparkly usually is visible around 12 weeks of age.

  • Why are kittens fluffy?

    Bengal Kittens fur goes fluffy around 5 weeks of age up until 12 weeks and the reason for the fluffy fur is if they where in the wild they would be hidden amongst there environment whilst learning how to hunt.

  • What does F1, F2, F3, F4, F5 mean?

    F within 5 generation means that cat has close relations to the Asian Leopard Cat. F1 has ALC as one of the parents – F2 has ALC as one of the grandparents – F3 has ALC as one of the great grand parents – F4 has ALC as one of the great great parents and F5 has ALC as one of the great great great parents.

  • Tica registration explained

    Tica is one of a number of organisations where cats can be registerd. Each pedigree from Tica will have the breeders cattery name before the name of the kittens. having your kitten registerd as pet means not for breeding and alows you to see family history many pet owners are not fused if they have this. If breeding and wishing to register your own babies then this is something you will want.

  • Is pedigree the same as Tica registered?

    No Tica is a registration organisation there paperwork means your kitten is registered. Saying the kitten is pedigree means its parents have pedigree papers proving they are from Bengal backgrounds so may not be registered. If both are used in the sale of the kitten then it means the breeder has both the 5 generation pedigree papers (family tree) for the parents as well as them being tica registerd.

  • What is genetic testing?

    Genetic testing is what can be done to show breed of cat, health and even any genetic disorders. Some for bengals are PRA-B (progressive retinal atrophy) and PKDEF (pyruvate kinase deficiency). A normal result means your cat will not show signs of the disease / A carrier result means your cat carries one copy but will not show any signs nether / A affected result means your cat have two copies and is at risk of developing the disorder. Mum and dad must both be carriers for there to be a 1 in 4 chance of a sibling being affected. So a carrier or normal are both unaffected by these disorders.

  • Can Bengals go outside or should they be kept indoors?

    Everyone has a different view on this. Letting Bengals outside especially in built up areas can be a issue in many cases due to Bengals inquisitive nature. So will visit your neighbours and could mean getting themselves locked in sheds or even stolen and can get in places due to there grate climbing skills and not be able to get back down. So many do keep them indoors and take them for walks on a leash or have available wheels and trees for them to used there energy on. A few even have outside cat runs or enclosed gardens for them to play outside.

  • Do Bengals stay up throughout the night?

    No they general don't. As they are to the most part indoor cats they follow there owners routine. So will sleep when your at work or asleep and wake when your home.

  • Are Bengal cats hypoallergenic? (unlikely to cause allergy’s)

    Most people who have allergic reaction to cats and in my case dogs also have either no allergic reaction like myself to Bengals or very little. They have zero to little shedding and don’t groom themselves as often nor as long as other breeds as have 1 layer of hair than that of many other cats who has 2 layers. whatever dander there is in their fur doesn’t get spread around as much.

  • What is a Bengal cats temperament like?

    Similar to that of a dog as will play fetch and go for walks on a harness even follow there owner around. The Bengal breed is a intelligent, outgoing, energetic and friendly breed. They love to be around people so perfect for single people , couples or even family’s with or without children and with or without other animals. If your someone who works long shifts and can not have a dog a Bengal makes a grate alternative also. They are grate at making there own entertainment. As long as given attention and stimulation then they will thrive.

  • Because of being a relative of the asion leopard cat do Bengals grow big?

    Bengals especially females are regular size or even smaller than most other breeds, Males do grow larger and more stocky though no bigger than most other breeds. Bengals are very long in the body and very muscular. They are a small to medium breed. Females as a rough estimate are generally 7-12 lbs 60cm width & height where males are 10-15lbs up to 90cm width & height. Of course they can slightly vary from these and be a little smaller or even bigger.

  • Does a Bengal need a specific diet?

    No, They only need a good quality cat food as have and use allot of energy. That can be just dry if you choose. Only difference would be if you have a F1, 2 or 3 as these may still be on a full or part raw diet or meat diet.

  • What is rosette and the difference between spot and leopard?

    Both spot and leopard are classed as rosette along with a number of other shapes for example arrow, paw-print and more. Rosette is the outline of the coat markings. Leopard is the most similar to the Asian Leopard.

  • What does FIE / FCV/ FHV-1 / FELV stand for

    Feline infectious enteritis (FIE, feline panleukopenia, feline parvovirus)
    Feline herpesvirus (FHV-1) and feline calicivirus (FCV) – cat flu and FELV ferline leukemia virus

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So glad we went through Emma at Bonnie Bengals for our wee Bengal Floki.
Prior to picking him up we were given updates with photos /videos and messages on how he was doing.
When we first got him home, he settled in straight away, very friendly and confident in his new surroundings. Fully litter trained and very well socialised. If we decide to get Floki a wee pal in the future will defiantly be through Bonnie Bengals.

Amanda Peterson review

Jackie Aberdeen

My wee.daighter named her coco..first 24/48 hours she was rather skittish and his away most of the time..although on monday it's like someone flicked a switch.She is an absolute wee star...more or less sleeps on my shoulder most nights,eating well and no accidents outside.litter box.Thanks again for all your help and I'd certainly recommend people.your way anytime.

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James Scott

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