The Bengal Cat Association advises anyone planning to mate their queen to visit the stud owners in advance to check the facilities, cleanliness, care and dietary regime that is in operation.
Before you leave your queen with the stud:
If there are any doubts, seek advice from members of the committee and never leave your queen at stud in a situation with which you have concern for her welfare. Useful independent information can be obtained from the following websites: GCCF – www.gccfcats.org; Feline Advisory Bureau – www.fabcats.org
When approaching breeders for purposes of mating or kitten purchase, you are advised to also check the register of suspended breeders on the GCCF website - using a suspended breeder will hinder GCCF registration of kittens. The Bengal Cat Association does not knowingly allow Breeders and Stud owners who are on the GCCF suspenion list to be listed on this site but cannot accept responsibility if this occurs.
To place a stud cat on the STUD LIST please use the contact us form.
Champion Zawadi Alfa
Well socialised, strong but gentle boy. This calm and intelligent cat has a sparkling coat of varying browns in a well-defined pattern, with a velvet texture. His body is muscular and athletic.
Queens must be tested negative for FeLV & FIV within 24 hours of the visit and on the G.C.C.F. active register
Champion Jenmarler King Maui
IM Gr Champion Silverglam Bubl’e & Champion Zawadi Jenmarler – Lacey
Genetic Test – Bengal Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA-b) Normal
Feline Blood Type A OR AB ( Does not carry b)
Pyruvate Kinase deficiency (PKDef) Normal
This list comprises those members of the Bengal Cat Association who have specifically requested inclusion, and the presence of any name does not necessarily imply any recommendation by the Association's Officers or Committee.
Purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves of the suitability of any studs