Acappella Bengals is a registered home cattery located in Central Texas. Our goal is to raise Bengal cats and kittens with excellent markings and sweet temperaments. We desire to place beautiful Bengalkittens in loving homes where they will be an enrichment to the family. What is a Bengal Cat? Bengal cats are bred from crossing Asian Leopard cats to domestic cats. NO, they are not related to Bengal Tigers except by species name, Felis bengalensis.Bengal cats are neither large, wild nor dangerous. In fact, they are even-tempered, playful and affectionate pets. Their striking markings and velvet-soft pelts make them unique in the feline world.
What makes Bengal cats different from any other cat?The Bengalkitten's fur is as soft as velvet. In the quality cat, the tips of each hair is translucent, giving them a gold glitter. Sleek and athletic, like their ancestors, Bengal cats love high places and leap effortlessly to their perches. They are playful and very intelligent. Once you become familiar with bengal cats, you will see them everywhere-on commercials, in ads, on cards, in movies, TV shows, etc.
Are they wild?No! Bengal kittens and cats are energetic and playful. Like dogs, they bond to their owners and usually come when you call them. Usually, they will stay close and follow you around the house. Bengal kittens and cats love to play in water and to be right with you wherever you are. Need help with those dishes? They are just a lot of fun. Michele says of her Bengal cat Sam, "He now fetches and will actually bring the object back to you. We have had so much fun doing that and laughing that a cat fetches."Thanks for the update, Michele Why is there a different price on your cats?The price depends on what you want. Do you want a pet? Or a breeder? Or a Bengal cat to show? We want your Bengal kitten to fit your life, family, and goals.
Why are your cats more expensive than others?The quality of the Bengal kittens determines the price. There may be less expensive cats, but we work very hard to raise Bengal kittens that are healthy and very well socialized. Our quality Bengal kittens have outstanding markings for the breed. Things to look for include a break in the necklace around the neck, lots of glitter, black paws and black tip to the tail. Not all cats are the same quality or as socialized. We specialize in Bengal cats that are raised as part of the family. Wherever you buy your Bengal kitten, visit the cattery first!!Choosing your kitten based on price often leaves a dissatisfied buyer and a black mark against the name of Bengals. Please call and I'll be happy to explain why I say this. We invite you to browse our site and see our cats. Our desire is to provide a beautiful Bengal kitten with a sweet personality for your family. Thank you for coming!
Acappella Bengals has been under CYBER ATTACK since early 2012. All postings are TOTALLY FALSE and were posted by one rival breeder. Actual testimonies from our customers can be found on our Testimonial page. Please do not assume the lies posted on the internet complaint boards are factual. All these lies have been posted by one person seeking to destroy our reputation to his benefit.
We want to thank you all who have supported us.
Welcome to Majestic Pride Andante! He is our beautiful and sweet new Stud from Pamela Langevin.
Bengal kitten Adonis
Bengal cat checking out frig
Walking kitten on a leash
litter of bengal kittens in a bed
Above is the outstanding Akupella Serenade of Columbia River Bengals. She is a daughter of Adonis and Breezentru. Serenade is now a Queen with Jennifer Hendricks with www.columbiariverbengals.com/ Serenade championed in her first show as an adult. Congratulations, Jennifer!
Bengal kitten watching nascar
Bengals do so great in pairs! Here are Clinton's two 16 week olds having a ball!
November 8, 2015
No available kittens at this time. Taking deposits now for future litters.
Kittens come with written health and temperament guarantee.
Our Bengal Kittens can be found in Houston, Austin, San Antonio, New York, Louisiana, etc.
We are so pleased when we hear back from our families. John Pruett has sent us some wonderful pics of his brown spotted Bengal kitten, Orion as he has grown up. Thank you, John!
Well, it has been about a year since the first time I brought Ripley home and I couldn't be more in love with her! She is so playful and lovable and makes me happy everyday when I get to come home to her! She follows me around everywhere I go and doesn't leave my side for very long. I just wanted to give y'all another thank you for giving be the sweetest little kitty I could possibly imagine!
Thanks, Kayla! Here is a pic of Ripley....
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Ripley the Bengal Cat
Here is Melanie's Bengal kitten showing off. Yes, you can teach them tricks!