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Bengal Cat Adoption Guide and Pricing

Steps To  Adpotion


Choosing the right Bengal kitten for you is a very important step in the adoption process. The kitten will not only be your pet; he will become a companion and a member of your family.

We want our Bengal kittens to be as happy as their new families. It is therefore important for us to make sure that the Bengal is a cat breed that suits you and that the chosen kitten matches your personality and your lifestyle. 

  • Do you have preferences on sex, color, pattern?

  • What kind of personality would you like your kitten to have?

  • Do you have children? And if so, how old are they? Have they learned to handle pets?

  • Will the new Bengal kitten be with other animals?

  • Are you often away from home?

How much time will you be able to devote to your new Bengal kitten every day?

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Bringing your kitten home 



We always suggest isolating your new Bengal cat in a small, calm and stress-free room as soon as he arrives. Make sure you ‘kitty-proof’ the room before bringing your kitten home. In this room he will need:   

  • Water

  • Toys

  • A secure place to hide (his pet crate or a box with a blanket inside for example. Cats love hiding and comfort!)

  • Litterbox (uncovered box with clumping litter)

  • Scratching post

  • Make sure his food is ready to serve on arrival. We give local raw meat meals twice a day, you can find many different brands in a pet store near you.  If you immediately give dry food without transition, there is a good chance that your kitten will develop diarrhea. More info on the diet of the Bengal cat and the raw meat we give follow,: Megan Lee Waals "The Nutrition Code"

By isolating your kitten in a quiet room, you make sure to reduce stress due to moving or traveling. Give him the opportunity to get used to his new environment, new smells, etc. This acclimatization usually takes a few days. Your new Bengal kitten can meow for the first two days, which is perfectly normal. During this period, there must be no contact between the resident cats and the new kitten. Keeping him in a small room also means avoiding pee or poop outside of the litterbox. If necessary, here are some steps to avoid or solve the litterbox issues:


As your new Bengal cat gets used to his new room, you will also have the opportunity to meet and get to know each other. Your kitten may feel lonely the first days, so your mission will be to make every moment the best time of his day. Introduce some games that you can play with him, like a feather stick, for example. Bengal cats are totally crazy about this particular toy. Give your new Bengal kitten all the attention and love you can give. Petting him and making him purr will quickly make him more comfortable.

Please do not rush step 2. Respect your new Bengal kitten and let him come to you. This will make the connection between you stronger. Your new Bengal friend will come to you when he is ready. Also, be calm every time you enter his room. If you have young children, make sure they stay calm and respectful at all times. Avoid as much as possible sudden movements and screams.

Reaching the bonding step can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. Each kitten or cat is different. Some will take longer to adapt and others will arrive in their new home as if nothing had happened. Make sure your Bengal kitten is completely comfortable with you before taking him out of his room.


Once you have a relationship of trust with your new kitten, you can let him out of his room for a small excursion into the house. He will probably be scared at first, so show him one room at a time over a short period of time.

After each discovery, always bring your Bengal back to his small room for the first few days. When he comes out, keep an eye on him to avoid any unwanted behavior. When you sleep or leave for work, make sure he goes back to his room as well. This process must take the necessary time. If your Bengal kitten is comfortable in the house, finds his litterbox and does not hide every time he hears a sound, you’ll know he’s ready to stay outside of his room and enjoy his new loving home.

If you complete step 3 too quickly, there is a good chance that your kitten will miss the litterbox.


It is important to make your home a safe, fun and interesting place for your Bengal cat. Here are some tips to make you both happy:

Scratching Post:  Since all of our Bengal kittens and cats leave our home with their claws, make sure to place a few scratching posts and cat trees around your cat’s living space. This will prevent him from scratching your sofas or other unwanted items. All our Bengals learned to make their claws on a scratching post before leaving. They have access to them since birth.

Litterbox: Depending on the size of your Bengal’s environment, you might need more than one litterbox. If you have a big house, your furry friend might have some issues finding his box. Make sure you place at least 1 on every level, and show him where each one is.

*Keep in mind: Do not place the litterboxes in noisy areas such as the laundry room. The kitten or cat might be frightened and may develop undesirable behaviors due to the stress caused by a loud noise when using the litterbox. We use uncovered litterboxes with clumping litter. Tidy cats Lightweight for multiple cats 


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The last step of welcoming a Bengal kitten into your home is probably the most exciting! Now is the time to fully enjoy the beautiful moments with your new furry friend and give him all the attention, love and affection he needs. Your new companion will bring you countless exceptional moments, joy and love for many years to come.

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Bengal Cat Prices

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Sun City Cool Katz is a family Bengal cattery that stands out by the exceptional quality, health and temperament of our Bengal cats. When you get a Sun City Cool Kat your not just getting a cool Kat. You join our family and become part of the Sun City Cool Katz Brand.

WE ARE A PROFESSIONAL BENGAL CAT BREEDERExceptional quality health is our main priority. Breeding Bengal cats submitted to a complete testing process to ensure their good health and the good health of their kittens is number one on our agenda. Temperament fit for kings and queens.

Bengal kittens made with love that will entice you with their charming personality and spontaneous  behavior.


Bengal kitten price: between $1,500 and $4,800 USD
Retired adult Bengal cat price: between $700 and $2000 USD

The prices of our Bengal cats and kittens vary according to the color, markings and quality regarding the standards of the breed.

**Breeder please inquire**.


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Kitten Package

  • Neuter/Spay surgery

  • Examinations by a professional veterinarian

  • All necessary vaccines 

  • Health booklet

  • International health certificate

  • Pure breed TICA registration certificate

  • Guarantee against the HCM (heart problem)

  • Guarantee against congenital defects

  • Exceptional after-sales service (questions, advice, etc.)

  • A kitten filled with love, fit for royalty.

  • To reserve the kitten of your dreams, a deposit of $500 is required. This amount will be deducted from the price of your Bengal cat. We always allow 48 hours to those interested to send the deposit. After this delay, the kitten will be offered to another interested family. Deposits are not refundable or transferable to another kitten.


We accept these different payment methods:

  • PayPal (please add 4% fee) 

  • Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover

  • Zele, Cash App, Vemno

  • International bank transfers (please add $30 fee)

  • Please note that the remaining balance on the price of your Bengal kitten or cat must be paid 2 weeks prior his departure.

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