Bengal Kittens For Sale at Trendar
in Charleston W. V.
Bengals enjoy the snow... for a little while
Future Breeding Bengal Stud
Debonair.... " Bones "
Future Breeding Bengal Queen " Willow "
relaxing beside me as I work at my PC.
Trendar Bengals want to help with whatever you do. They will follow
you through the house like a puppy or cry when they can't see you.
Bengal Kitten from Trendar will quickly become an
Yes that is deeper, niiiice....
interactive and entertaining member of your family.Often Trendar Bengals like water.
some sooner than others.
Elegance and Intrepid kitten
this is to shallow to have fun in....
Ahhh fresh clean water, Thanks Mom
Yesss, now this is the best way to wash up and get a drink
Yes that is deeper, niiiice....
This is a huge THANK YOU!
There are not enough words to tell you how thrilled we are with our little "Avery". He is such a cuddle bug and a purring machine. He had no problem fitting in with the family. Although he has quickly become a mommy's baby, (which I love). Of course he already owns the house & us!!
He is so great with the grand kids, as you can see. It is so evident that you raise them with so much love, attention and socialization. I am so glad my son spent over six years researching Bengal cats & breeders and has always said you & your cats are the best. I couldn't agree more.
Avery was a huge hit at his first vet check. Everyone there thought he was gorgeous and had to take pictures. Anyone who sees him just falls in love with him. I can't wait until another one comes to join our family.
I have never had a cat so sweet, so loving & so awesome looking in my life. I can't believe he's mine. "Happy" is an understatement.
Thank you a million times over for being out there breeding such fantastic cats!!!
A very happy & proud Trendar Bengal owner,
Karen November 2011
Another Trendar Bengal Kitten gets a loving home.
Tygra loves water!
Just like you said!
He is perfect!
So sweet! Doll baby!
Thank you Holly!
There is a wide variation of colors, patterns and "Looks" in the Bengal Breed.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Most people want the look that I breed for....
flashy tri- colored rosettes that look
'painted on' short, soft gold fur..
with sharp clear contrast in their black
outlined rosettes with redder centers.
People want the temperament I breed for, kid safe sweet, playful outgoing confidence.
People also want the genetic strengththat I bring to my breeding program, No cataracts, No tail kinks, No FIP, No structural or color faults. People also like that my cats are clean and healthy... no fleas, no ear mites, no ringworm. Clear eyes, dry nose and healthy digestive system.
Breeding and caring for my Bengals has been my Full Time Job since 1987.... I have the time and experience to be sure things are done correctly. You can contact my DVM or any of the receptionists to ask about the cleanliness of my home, my cat areas, and the beauty and health of my cats and kittens.
Working people who are also "every weekend show breeders" do not always have the time
to interact with or the desire to choose
for the same things that I do.
Often putting emphases on conformation and pattern far above docile temperament.
I place docile temperament much higher on my list of priorities.
... Some show people go to shows with the judges that like their style of cat. Not true about all cat show people..
I show occasionally and usually bring home a Champion, even competing with Supreme Grand Champions.
This being understood.... What makes a "show cat" is in the eye of the beholder and the judges :-)
Cat shows are to political for my
comfort. I would
rather stay home and entertain
my cats and
people visiting to look at my kittens.
When I choose to show, I normally get Champion on my cats in one show. Usually competing with Supreme Grand Champions..
Many cats get nervous in busy crowded noisy show halls....
I get 'high strung' in that environment too...
My office display of some Show ribbons Trendar cats have won.
Another reason people like my cats is that from a young age
they run around and experience household life, noise and activity. This helps insure they are happy and confident when you get them.
They quickly become friends with their new human and furry family members.
Yes Bengals like Water
This is a Trendar kitten helping wash the dishes...
After drying her I washed the dishes again
14 years old
My name is Jennifer Grimes (I used to be Jennifer Knight), I adopted my Bengal son, Cagan, from you in 1999. I was peruzing your website, as I often do, and thought I would send you a note to tell you how Cagan is doing.
This year, in August, Cagan will be 14 years old. He is still handsome as ever and is our pride and joy. He is showing no signs of slowing down. We moved out of our long time house in October, 2 years ago and are now in "farmland". We love it. Cagan is an inside cat, so he give us dirty looks every time we go outside, because he would love to be outside all the time. We take him out from time to time to explore though.
About a year and a half ago we got a Miniature Australian Shepherd and they are the best of friends. Today they are inseparable. They are both sitting in the window, waiting for their dad to come home.
You are still doing a fantastic job with your Bengals, they are absolutely beautiful. Thank you for doing what you do. Cagan has brought us so much joy over the years and I do not know where I would be with out him.
Jen January 2013
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