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Current Queens

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Nola is our homegrown keeper girl from a one-time-only pairing of Hunter and Zhara.  Nola has an absolutely phenomenal golden glittered coat - she has beautifully outlined rosettes with no rib barring or vertical alignment.  She has large expressive eyes and a nice thick tail. She is full of personality and goes wild for chasing games.  Nola's first litter with Roux produced some of the best kittens we have ever had!  

***We plan to retire Nola in 2023 to make room for upcoming queens.  She will enjoy a home where she gets lots of playtime and cuddles.  She gets along very well with male cats.  She is good with some female cats, but caution and slow introductions are best.  Fill out our kitten application and mention her if you are interested.***

Aria is our homegrown keeper girl from our triple grand champion boy Tyler and our treasured silver girl Stella.  We waited a long time for the right silver daughter of Stella's to continue her legacy.  As part of our outcross program she has a much higher than average genetic diversity for a Bengal!  Her COI is 15.5% and she has 39% genetic diversity!  She has puffy whisker pads, nice profile, and medium-large rosettes with very nice pattern flow.  She is super sweet like her parents, but she also has a mischievous side.  Aria also loves to play in water and she has her own fish toys that she likes to play with in the tub.  

I have always wanted an early generation Bengal female and we finally found the right one at the right time!  We hope that Sashi will add her many wild traits to our program - small ears, thick low-set tail, large nocturnal eyes, puffy whisker pads...I could go on and on!  She will also add genetic diversity as well since she is approximately 35% wild Asian Leopard Cat - her mother is an F1 (first generation Asian Leopard Cat X Bengal cross) and father is a G6.  Sashi has always been skittish around people and as an adult she prefers not to be near people at all.  But since she LOVES other cats, she always has a friend or two with her and is never lonely.  We have had several litters of kittens from her and have used a combination of hand-raising and fostering with other queens to ensure that her babies are well socialized.  So far all of her babies have become *excellent* pets and are extremely loving towards their people.