Bengal Cat Breeders in Michigan | Kittens & Cats for Sale

Bengal Cat Breeders in Michigan

Want to add a cute little Bengal kitten into your family? This list of Bengal cat breeders in Michigan should set you on the right path to finding one.

Bengals are growing in popularity due to their unique wildcat-like patterns, large size, and even larger personalities.

It’s important you work with a breeder that understands the Bengal breed if you want your perfect kitten, as they’re an exotic and specialist breed.

I’ve included some tips and information that should help you with your search. Good luck and feel free to let me know how you get on!

Bengal Cat Breeders in Michigan | Kittens & Cats for Sale

BreederAddressTel NumberWebsite
Lots of Spots of MI BengalsOakland County, MI248-516-4753
Shurwin BengalsNorthern Michigan810-516-3951
Cattail Forest BengalsGrand Rapids, MI616-318-6260
Oakland Hills BengalsOak Park, MI248-398-5025
Adore Cats BengalsMount Clemens, MI734-263-3233
Hot Spot BengalsBay City, MI989-667-2138
Auroralights Bengal Cats & Kittens Wyoming, MI616-581-1766
Michigan Bengals CatteryHowell, MI615-491-1929

Lots of Spots of MI Bengals

Address – Oakland County, MI

Phone – 248-516-4753


Shurwin Bengals

Address – Northern Michigan

Phone – 810-516-3951


Cattail Forest Bengals

Address – Grand Rapids, MI

Phone – 616-318-6260


Oakland Hills Bengals

Address – Oak Park, MI

Phone – 248-398-5025


Adore Cats Bengals

Address – Mount Clemens, MI

Phone – 734-263-3233


Hot Spot Bengals

Address – Bay City, MI

Phone – 989-667-2138


Auroralights Bengal Cats & Kittens

Address – Wyoming, MI 49509

Phone – 616-581-1766


Michigan Bengals Cattery

Address – Howell, MI

Phone – 615-491-1929


Choosing the Right Breeder or Cattery

I know what an important decision it is to reserve or adopt a new kitten. Here are a few tips and things to consider to help you find the best breeder for you:

Are they local? – Finding a breeder as near to you as possible is always ideal – although I understand it’s not always possible with a kitten as rare as a Bengal.

If you can find a local breeder it will enable you to visit them (if permitted), and it just makes communications, collecting the kitten, and so on easier.

Check the paperwork – Buying a kitten is an emotional purchase, but there is some legal paperwork that shouldn’t be skipped.

Make sure you know what your rights are should something happen with the kitten after you take it home.

Meet the parents – You should always try and meet your prospective kitten’s parents before you make a decision.

Not only is it nice to see their parents, but you also want to be sure they’re in good health and well-treated.

Generally speaking, the best tip is to make decisions with a cool head and not be led by your heart if you see a cute kitten and fall in love with it!

TICA and CFA Membership and Certifications

A lot of breeders and catteries are members of either The International Cat Association (TICA) or The Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA).

These are organizations that register pedigree cats and provide lots of helpful resources for breeders.

It’s not a deal-breaker if a breeder isn’t a member of an organization, but it’s added peace of mind if they are.

How Much Do Bengals Cost?

I cannot give you an accurate price, as the cost of a Bengal can vary by several thousand dollars.

As a general rule of thumb, however, you can expect to pay something in the range of:

Type of Bengal Approximate Price
Household Pet $1,500+
Specialist Traits $2,500+
Show Quality $3,500+

You should be aware that you will have to put down quite a large non-refundable deposit when reserving a kitten.

This is to cover the costs associated with raising the kitten and it’s ready to leave its mom. So don’t reserve a kitten before you’re 100% sure you’re ready to home it.

Are Bengals Good Family Pets?

Bengals are awesome family pets, yes.

This isn’t me being biased, just ask anyone who owns a Bengal and I’m sure you’re going to get a similar answer.

Bengals are known for their friendly and social personalities, and they love interacting with other animals and people.

They are much better suited to busy households, although you can still have a happy Bengal if you’re out at work all day and leave them some interactive toys and furniture then make up for it with loads of playtime in the evening.

You do have to take into account that they require a little more interaction than other breeds though. Bengals are big cats with plenty of energy and retain their playful nature long into adulthood.

But the bottom line is, if you’re after an active, playful, personable cat with a unique look, a Bengal is going to be a perfect choice.

Do keep in mind that all breed information and profiles are general, every cat has their own personality!

Bengal Breeders Across the U.S.

If you couldn’t find a breeder or cattery that was able to help from the list above, you can find lists of other Bengal breeders from different states across the U.S. by clicking the links below:

MissouriNevadaNew JerseyNew York
North CarolinaOhioOklahomaOregon
PennsylvaniaSouth CarolinaTennesseeTexas

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