Pet Insights Cat
A TICA registered Cattery
A division of Pet Insights LLC
PetInsightsCat is a TICA registered cattery in St. Louis Missouri. At PetInsightsCat, kittens are bred for breed standards, selecting for excellent health and friendly temperament. Kittens are socialized with adults, kids, older cats, and dogs. They receive top notch vet care. The loving and informed care provided to PetInsightsCat kittens promotes an easy transition to their new homes.
Kittens move to their forever homes no earlier than 12 weeks of age, to allow for proper socialization from their cat mom. Before moving to their new home, they will have their required vaccines, be spayed or neutered, and have a full health check by our veterinarian.
Make sure you do your research before deciding to bring a Bengal into your family. Dr. Jill recommends starting with viewing videos on Youtube. While Bengal cats are stunningly beautiful and highly intelligent, they can get into trouble (for example raiding your pantry) if they get bored. They love to play and enjoy learning to do tricks. Dr. Jill feeds her adult Bengals out of puzzle feeders designed for dogs, to help keep their minds and paws active.
Temporary Price Reduction!
Our last kitten of the litter is now only $800. Just click on the Reserve Your Kitten button below to fill out the purchase contract. When the contract is submitted you will be redirected to our payment form to pay for your new kitten! Just click the Kitten with Red Collar for $800 and you're all set!
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Meet The Cats Of Pet Insight Cat
Count Cornelius Comino - TICA Registered Breeding Male
Born April 27, 2022
TICA Registration Number SBT 042722 048
Tallulah Nutmeg - TICA Registered Breeding Female
Born September 21, 2021
TICA Registration Number SBT 092121 085
Litter Born June 4th, 2023.
Ready To Reserve Your Kitten?
Just click on the Reserve Your Kitten button below to fill out the purchase contract. When the contract is submitted you will be redirected to our payment form to pay for your new kitten!
Frequently Asked Questions About Pet Insights Cat
Question: Are you a registered cattery?
Answer: Yes, we are a TICA registered cattery.
Question: Are the Bengals purebred?
Answer: Yes, upon purchase you will be given the information to name and register your kitten though the TICA webpage.
Question: At what age can kittens be purchased?
Answer: Kittens can be reserved at any time, but they cannot leave their mom here at the cattery until they are 12 weeks of age.
Question: Do I need to pick up my kitten or is it delivered?
Answer: Most kittens are picked up from the cattery in St. Louis, but we offer delivery service for a flat $500 rate to the following cities:
Little Rock, Arkansas
Kansas City, Missouri
Cedar Rapids, Ohio
Frequently Asked Questions About Pet Bengal Cats
Question: Are Bengal cats hypoallergenic?
Answer: No cat is truly “hypoallergenic”; however, Bengals tend to shed less and produce less allergen than most other cat breeds.
Questions: Do Bengal cats need a raw diet because they are part wild cat.
Answer: No, they are a domesticated breed. Dr. Jill recommends wet and dry food that is complete balanced nutrition manufactured by a trusted brand. Consult your veterinarian for the right food for your kitty based on their individual needs. At PetInsightsCat, we fed a variety of kitten food brands, including but not limited to: Royal Canin, ProPlan, Wellness, and Natural Balance.
Question: Do all Bengal cats bite hands?
Answer: No, Dr. Jill has never had any Bengal cat bite her hands. Biting behavior generally develops out of boredom, frustration, or learned behaviors. When you play with your kitten, never play wrestle or encourage your kitten to attack your hands. Use a wand toy so they can catch “prey”. They love to play fetch using a pom-pom ball. Keep your kitten entertained by rotating their toys. After about three days a toy that has been put away becomes new and exciting again. Another way to prevent biting is to watch your Bengal kitten’s body posture. If they start to get overly excited, pause the play or petting time.
Question: Is it true that Bengal cats are more likely to have problems using a litter box.
Answer: Not if you make the litter box conditions right for you Bengal kitten. Conditions may change as they grow. A litter box that is the right size for a kitten is not the right size for an adult cat. Bengal cats, like all cats, can be picky about their litter box setup. The litter box needs to be the right size for your kitten/cat, typically that is one and a half to two times the length of the cat. The litter needs to be fairly deep, between 2 and 3 inches. The box needs to be easy to get in and out of; this is especially important for kittens and older cats. The box needs to be clean. That means cleaning the box once or twice a day. Some cats like hooded boxes but most do not. The litter type matters as well. Some cats require unscented litter. Some cats like to urinate in one box and defecate in a different box. I recommend having two boxes in different locations to ensure the kitty can always make it to a litter box. Bengal cats can be pretty picky about their litter box, but people would like to use a large clean restroom over a small dirty port-a-potty, so we can relate.