I found this website for a Bengal cattery in Norway and I have to share it with all of you.
As many of you know from reading my blog, I’m a huge cat fan. I have six cats and love them all dearly. As much as I would love to have a Bengal cat I know I can’t add anymore cats to my house unless I got a bigger house.
The website is Chetila’s Bengal Cats. They are based in Norway and will ship kittens world-wide.
I know it may sound strange to many people in the US who are casual pet owners, but cat breeders often ship kittens (with great care) to world-wide destinations.
They have a very detailed “Health Plan” on their website to let prospective owners know how the kittens are raised as well as detailing the warranty you get when you purchase a show or breeding cat.
The cattery is owned by Marit og Bengt Fjellheim Olsen, who are located 80 km west of Oslo. they began breeding 2003 with a pair of Bengal cats and fell in love with the breed. their home is amazing to behold and each cat has their own private room.
I suggest you take moment to look over their “Jungle” set up for the cats. This jungle allows the cats to experience the out doors with out any risk of getting lost or hurt. It’s amazing to behold and I hope they post more pictures of it in the future.
The “Kitten” pages on their site cover the litters all the way back to their first. They show both parents and pictures of the kittens after they have opened their eyes. Below is a smattering of photographs of the kittens nursing and playing.
There also pages for the Females and Males detailing their pedigree but not what litters they have sired. the kitten pages do link back to their parents but the parent pages do not link back to their litters. I hope they do add this feature in the future so you can get a better idea of how these cats breed and what sort of litters they produce.
Because this cattery is based in Norway some of the English pages are a bit off. It’s mostly simple grammar mistakes or the wrong word used here or there, nothing so bad as to make it un-enjoyable though.
When I found this page I just fell in love with the cats pictured there. I hope you enjoy this website as much as I do.