Our Pet Quality Kittens from $ 1500 - $3500 USD Neutered/Spayed, microchip, vaccinations, dewormed, Health guarantee and TICA registration papers.
We occasionally have marble kittens that are priced from $1000
Prices for Bengal/Savannah Kittens – Not Nearly as Pricey as You’d Think
In comparison to standard prices for Bengal/Savannah kittens, ours at DeJaBengals are very reasonable and made available to anyone in Colorado, and the USA. You can be certain all of our kittens will come with a certificate of health given by a registered veterinarian, and their first and second set of shots will have been administered. A non-refundabledeposit of $300 will need to be provided by the purchaser to hold their pet kitten, and we do take wait lists for a particular breeding too.
Bengal/Savannah Kitten Prices in Colorado – Investing in a Wonderful Pet Relationship
Asking yourself ‘What do Bengal/Savannah kittens cost?’
As is the case with any major decision for your family, you don’t want to be hasty or less than judicious when purchasing a pet. Like it is with anything, when it comes to kitten prices, you get the quality that you pay for. Here at DejaBengals we adhere to only the highest breeding practices and standards. You can know that your cat will leave our cattery in peak health and having been loved and nurtured right from the day he or she was born.
We ship within the United States. Shipping is approximately $300-350.00 for one kitten. This includes the cost of the airfare, the carrier, the vet health check, the health certificate, acclimation letter, and the trip to and from the airport. We do not ship internationally. But please feel free to inquire.
Seeing to It Our Bengal Kittens Start Off on the Right Foot
It is our policy at DejaBengals to not release our cats for adoption anytime before they reach 12 weeks of age, and often waiting for them to be 14 weeks old is even more preferable. By doing so, we ensure that your kitten is well-socialized, adjusted and has gone through growth, exploration, and learning to the point that they know to use the litter box, socialize and play with others, and are mature enough to handle being removed from the cattery and sent to new homes across Colorado or elsewhere in America or overseas.