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Never buy an animal just because it is cheaply priced! The same goes for Bengal cats. I found the Bengal breed about 6 years ago and bought from a small breeder who was asking $400 for her kittens.
I got a nice cat, but when comparing him to an expensive, well bred Bengal, he just looked cheap. Don't get me wrong, he's a great cat, but it just shows that you really do get what you pay for.
Take it from me, save a little more money and get a well bred animal. Breeders that put more time and energy into their litters will generally ask more for their kittens which makes sense.
Just like how it doesn't make sense that people think that they can get a good puppy from a pet store. NO reputable breeder would ever sell one of their well bred animals to a pet store!
I did get an F2 female Bengal last year from a great breeder and she's just beautiful and has a great personality! I am thinking of getting an F1 in the future and can't wait!
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