BENGALS, EGYPTIAN MAU, & SAVANNAH KITTENS
Updated 5/15/13 *Please be patient for all photos
Please scroll down until you see the
breed you are interested in.
IF YOU ARE SHOPPING
ONLINE FOR A KITTEN, PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO READ THE
"SCAM ALERT" FOR YOUR PROTECTION!
WAY TO GET IN TOUCH WITH ME IS BY EMAIL TRACY@WILDABOUTBENGALS.COM
Available Egyptian Maus
We currently do not have any
Egyptian Mau kittens available. Next litters
will be arriving in the fall 2013. We do have
a waiting list, please email
me to get on the waiting list for an upcoming
Available Bengal Kittens
litter arriving in May! We do have a waiting
list for Bengal kittens, who will get first
pick of the upcoming kittens. Next litters
will be expected in late summer and fall.
me if you would like to get on the waiting
list for an upcoming litter.
(Tristan shown at right, not for sale)
Available Savannah Kittens
Wild Trax is no longer offering Savannahs.
Please visit http://www.savannahcat.com/public/index.php
for a listing of Savannah breeders by state and country.
WAY TO GET IN TOUCH WITH ME IS BY EMAIL TRACY@WILDABOUTBENGALS.COM
All of our kittens are lovingly hand
raised underfoot in our home to ensure the most well
adjusted, happy, healthy pet for you. Our kittens
are well socialized with people and other animals
and have super sweet temperaments. All of our kittens
are TICA registered. Our kittens are ready to go to
their new homes after they reach 10 to 12 weeks of
age. Before they go to a new home, they will be litter
box trained, weaned onto solid food, socialized, up
to date on vaccinations for their age, and come with
a kitten starter kit with food samples and a kitten
care guide book, health guarantee and written contract
as well as support from us for the lifetime of
the cat in case you ever have any questions during
your cat's lifetime. Please view our Adoption
page for more detailed info about adopting one
of our kittens. We do not ship kittens outside
the continental US.
We typically keep a waiting list for kittens, people
on the waiting list get first pick of kittens. If
you don't find what you are looking for available
now, please get on the waiting list for a future kitten.
See ADORABLE videos of our cats and
kittens, CLICK HERE
READ FOR YOUR OWN PROTECTION!
Scammers have been stealing cat and kitten photos
from legitimate breeders' websites and posting ads
on free online classified websites. They don't have
any cats at all in their possession, they take your
money, and never send you a cat. Usually you have
no legal recourse because typically the scammers are
located in another country and this being an Internet
crime, it makes it very hard to track the people down
and prosecute or ever get your money back. Scammers
have stolen some of my cat photos in the past, which
is why I am watermarking all my photos now to prevent
them from doing this in the future. How to protect
yourself from scams:
Before you spend any money on
a cat, especially if the breeder has no website
and you found them on a classified site or newspaper,
be sure to do your research about the person and
cattery to make sure they really exist. GOOGLE the
person's phone number or email address...if they
are a legitimate breeder, you will get something
back in the search results that confirms this. There
are entire online classified websites that are nothing
but scams to steal your money.
- ASK QUESTIONS. A legitimate breeder can properly
answer basic questions about the breed they raise,
about the parents, etc. If you have done any research
on your selected breed, then you should be able to
recognize if what they are telling you is proper or
not. Sometimes they will steal breed information off
other website though. If they do not really seem to
know much about the breed, they tell you improper
information such as the cats are "AKC registered"(this
is incorrect as AKC is for dogs not cats), and don't
seem to know much about the parents, RED FLAG. If
they cannot come up with photos of the parents or
don't have photos of the parents on their website,
this is suspicious. Trust your instincts, if you feel
something is fishy, then it probably is.
Buy your pedigree cat from an
established breeder that has been around a while.
Any breeder that has invested a lot of money into
quality breeding cats will also invest in a website,
usually will be listed on at least one or more paid
online breeding listings, in legitimate print magazines
like CAT FANCY, and do not rely on free online classified
websites or newspaper classified advertising alone.
Google the person or cattery. Look them up on Facebook.
Make sure they exist in real life.
You should research your selected
breed and visit various websites for that breed,
so that you have a good base knowledge about the
breed and about general price range of your breed.
If you find an ad where the price of the cat and
quality of the cat are TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE, THEN
IT IS! Some of my own breeder friends' photos have
been stolen of very nice show quality cats, worth
well over $1000s, but scammers advertised these
same cats for as little as $200-250. If you see
an ad for a show quality cat, like the ones you
see in magazines, for a very small amount of money,
then this is a RED FLAG of a possible scam. Trust
your instincts. No one is giving away top show quality
cats at rock bottom prices.
- If you are located in the US, and the kittens for
sale are located out of the country, and the shipping
rate is very low, then this is a red flag. International
shipping of pets costs in the thousands and requires
import and export permits. Shipping a kitten within
the US ranges anywhere fromm 200-450 depending on
what airline is used. If the seller tells you the
kitten is outside the US and they can ship it for
less than $2000, then it is a scam and you will lose
your money and not receive a kitten.
- If the breeder is very aggressive and continues
to pressure you into buying a kitten or even starts
harassing behavior, then this is a red flag. You should
make it clear to the person that you do not have any
money to buy a kitten and cease communications immediatly
before harassment escalates. You may have to block
their email and phone number to make it stop.
- If you happen to recognize a breeders photos from
their website being used by someone else, on a different
classified website, or you are emailed photos from
someone after inquiring to an ad, then please contact
that breeder you think the photos belong to, and ask
them if they are affiliated with the person that sent
you the photos or have an ad on that website. You
can do an image search on google using the photo file
name and see if it comes back to the same breeder
who emailed the photo to you or someone else. If the
breeder is not affiliated with that person and their
photos were stolen, the true owner of the photos can
contact the website the stolen photos are on and request
the photos be taken down and we can eliminate one
more scam on the Internet by working and communicating
If we do not have what you are currently
looking for in a kitten, please email
us and get on our waiting list.