Top quality Bengal cats. TICA and ICU registered cattery.
Top quality Bengal cats. TICA and ICU registered cattery.
GOLDY CAT
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GOLDY CAT
ABOUT US
Elena Bozukova
Founder & breeder
"GoldyCat" is a Bengal cattery in Moscow, Russia. It started out as Bengal cat owners, but we fell in love with the breed completely.

We only breed Brown (Black) spotted tabby (BEN n24) Bengal kittens.

"GoldyCat" kittens are treated with love and care from day one. We spoil our Bengals and we do believe that these animals deserve the best of everything.

"GoldyCat" is a registered cattery both with TICA (The International Cat Association) and ICU (The Cat International Union). Our Bengal cats and kittens will have papers with both Associations.

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F.A.Q.
Price
A price depends on a quality of a specific kitten.

A price for pet quality kittens starts from €750.

Pet quality kittens are quality pedigree kittens that have structural faults or poor phenotype. These can be several vertical markings (also known as rib bars), large ears, small eyes, and skinny tails. All these traits make a kitten pet quality, but really have no adverse effect on the cat.

In addition, a kitten could have faults that would disqualify it in the show hall such as a kink in the tail, a locket, or a non-breed-accepted color such as blue or cinnamon. Since these traits are genetic and are not allowed by the standard, kittens that exhibit them should be labeled as pet quality, though it has no impact on the kitten's health.

Pet quality kittens are for those who do not plan to show and win titles and want to have a purr soul mate. These kittens are often grow into beautiful large Bengal cats.

A price for breed quality kittens starts from €1500.

Breed quality kittens don't have any disqualifying traits but only minor flaws. These flaws can only be noticed by experts, experienced judges and skilled breeders. Breed quality cats can still participate and get high scores on a show. These cats are very promising breeders without any doubts.

A price for show quality kittens starts from €3000.

These kittens' phenotype meet the standard almost in every way. They have excellent pedigree and exceptional breeding qualities as well as their predecessors.

Show quality kittens are traditionally very expensive. Only experienced breeders can discern a future show star in a small animal. But no one can guarantee you with near certainty that the phenotype won't change during time. Please take into consideration the chance of kitten quality decrease corresponding with animal growing. The quality of a kitten is determined at the time of sale.
Deposit/Reservation
There is a possibility to deposit 1/3 of price to reserve a kitten. Reserved kitten won't be sold to anybody. Deposit is not refundable.

The full price must be paid one week before shipping.

The cattery (breeder/seller) has a right to refuse to sell a kitten without explanation at any moment. In that case you receive a full refund.
Refund
There is a possibility to deposit 1/3 of price to reserve a kitten. Reserved kitten won't be sold to anybody. Deposit is not refundable.

The cattery (breeder/seller) has a right to refuse to sell a kitten without explanation at any moment. In that case you receive a full refund.
Shipping
We ship worldwide except Japan and Australia because of complicated animal shipping conditions.

The shipping fee is paid by the potential buyer.

The kittens are shipped when they reach 3-4 months. They are vaccinated and helminth treated. All the kittens are supervised by our vet on a regular basis.

All the kittens have an International Pet Passport, a sales contract and Bengal kitten Care Guide when they leave for a new home. Breed quality kittens additionally have a Pedigree.
Microchipping
Microchipping is possible for the desire of the buyer.
Vaccines
The kittens are shipped when they reach 3-4 months. They are vaccinated and helminth treated. All the kittens are supervised by our vet on a regular basis.
Papers
The buyer and the cattery (breeder/seller) enter into a sales contract when the kitten is about to be sold.

All the kittens have an International Pet Passport, a sales contract and Bengal kitten Care Guide when they leave for a new home. Breed quality kittens additionally have a Pedigree.
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GEOGRAPHY
Here you can see where our Bengals live
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THE BENGAL
The Bengal is revered for its beautiful coat and outgoing personality, but these cats aren't for casual pet owners. Bengals are smart and cunning animals that crave attention and are always exploring. A Bengal is a handful, but you can rest assured that life with one will never be boring. Here are some interesting facts about these unique felines.
BENGALS
HAVE
WILD
DNA
The first Bengals were created by breeding Asian leopard cats with domestic cats. While documentation of the hybrid reaches back as early as the 1800s, the breed was perfected in the 1980s by Jean Sugden Mill. Over time, breeders like Mill developed a cat that combined the beauty and grace of a wild, forest-dwelling cat with the temperament of a domestic cat.

BENGALS LOVE WATER. The threat of getting wet sends most cats clamoring for cover, but not the water-loving Bengal. These frisky felines will gladly drink right from the tap if allowed. A Bengal may even follow its owner into the shower or bathtub. If you prefer privacy when bathing, make sure to close your door and prepare for some serious meowing from your Bengal.
BENGALS
NEED
ENTERTAINMENT
Bengals are not typical, lazy house cats. They're very smart and need plenty of attention and toys to keep them occupied. We're not just talking about stuffed mice. Toys with puzzles to solve are best for a curious Bengal. If your home is lacking in entertainment value, your Bengal will likely find his own way to combat boredom. This can include destroying your
electronic equipment or getting into things it shouldn't.
BENGALS ARE EXCELLENT JUMPERS AND CLIMBERS. Think your Bengal can't possibly get onto that 10-foot-high ledge where you're displaying your prized orchids? Think again. Bengals can jump up to three times their height, and can easily find a way onto just about any shelf or ledge in your house. In addition to their "flying" abilities, they're also excellent climbers, and can hide in places where you'll never imagined they would venture.
BENGALS
CAN
LEARN
TRICKS
Because Bengals are so intelligent and hungry for attention, they're among the easiest cats to train. For example, it's simple to teach a Bengal to play fetch. And one of the easiest tricks to teach a Bengal is how to turn on and off light switches. But use caution. Once a strong-willed Bengal learns how to do that, it might decide it wants to play with the switches all night long.
BENGAL COATS "GLITTER." One of the Bengal's most attractive qualities is its incredibly soft, beautifully speckled or marbled coat. Bengal coats come in a variety of colors, from golden brown to gray and black. Some Bengals also inherit something called the "glitter gene," which gives their coats a bright, iridescent look. It is difficult to capture in pictures, but a Bengal with this gene will appear to sparkle in sunlight.
BENGALS
ARE
LITTLE
THIEVES
Having a hard time finding your house keys? You may want to cross examine your bengal. These cute crooks tend to do what they please with whatever objects and items throughout your house catch their interest. They might pick something up and hide it behind your couch, or decide that important check you're supposed to cash would be better in a million little pieces all over the living room floor. Keep your Bengal out of your things by offering it plenty of
cat-friendly toys.
BENGALS LOVE TO TALK. Bengals are very vocal and can be loud when they want something. A Bengal will definitely let you know when it's time to eat or time to play, so before adopting one, make sure you're OK with a cat that demands conversation. All that said, Bengal meows can be quite adorable, expressive and fun to hear.
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