Epsilon Sarakodia "Sara" x Corbin Born 2/10/2017

Evaluating kittens at such a young age is difficult. They go through so many changes. Some look really bold and sharp while others will look fuzzy and less defined. As kittens grow, they come to life not only in personality but in physical beauty. It's very important that folks interested in a Bengal kitten keep this development aspect in mind when choosing a kitten.

Biscuit & Gravy group pictures

(Individual pictures below)

Biscuit-Brown Spotted (Leopard) Female-Pet Quality

Biscuit is in one word, Stunning. Her ink black rosettes are gorgeous, even now when she's in the "fuzzies". No worries, in a few weeks they'll be clear and breathtaking. Her personality is a little independent but very sweet and loving. She's full of energy and loves to play and explore. Biscuit and Gravy both sleep with us. Gravy sleeps under the covers and Biscuit on top. Here coat is thick and soft. Biscuit is without a doubt the pick of the litter. She'll be spayed, micro-chipped, current vaccinations (all included in price) and ready to go into her new home.

Pictures at age 9 weeks

Pictures at age 3 weeks

Gravy-Brown Spotted (Leopard) Male-Pet Quality

No longer available

Gravy is outstanding as well, but not quite as exotic as Biscuit. He'll look much like his sister "Q" (picture at the bottom of this page) which isn't shabby at all. He's the sweetest one of the litter. Biscuit and Gravy both sleep with us. Gravy sleeps under the covers and Biscuit on top. He's neutered, micro-chipped, has current vaccinations (all included in price) and ready to go.

Pictures at age 9 weeks

Pictures at age 3 weeks

Epsilon CupQuake AKA "Q", Older sister of Biscuit and Gravy