"SIMBA ASLAN is a PROVEN Stud and has produced variant Snow Bengals. Only the Sepia Blue gene carry's the Snow Variant, and now SIMBA - The Rare Agouti Gene, The rare Charcoal Monochromatic Silver"
I am also been aware of certain newcomers who are offering services without experience or knowledge and we have upset people calling me for advice, who take in for 3 days max and you have one go and no result, please use proven studs for satisfaction, it can take a female up to 2 days just to settle in and then handling Bengal's is not simple only experienced individuals have the knowledge so please be careful and don't lose your funds"!
With SiMBA you have unlimited goes until the female is proven. Your female cat will live in my house with my cat for a week or more depending on how fast she settles in Oldham, Greater Manchester, North West.
About Bengal Variants:
You have the Blue Eyed Seal Lynx which is quite common and also the Rare Black Smoke Bengals. Only the Agouti Gene produces the Monochromatic Bengals
Monochromatic Bengal Cat exudes Class and Beauty, they come in 50 Shades of Grey too! The finest and lightest in background colour of a Silver Bengal Cat with well-defined pattern can mimic the elusive Snow Leopard of the Himalaya
infused with the Wild Expression of the Asian Leopard Cat Agouti Gene to produce a Charcoal Patterned Bengal. The distinctive facial mask alongside its dorsal band of cape, add an intense & impressive look of this type. Charcoal Bengal Cats are a Rarity at its Best Indeed! The Charcoal Patterned Bengal can come in various colours: Charcoal in Silver, Snow, Brown and so on, hence his variant litter of all mix coloured Monochromatic Bengal's, dependant on the mother.
About SIMBA ASLAN:
Male STUD Duties Silver Sepia Snow Bengal
*RARE* Silver Charcoal Variant (Himalayan Snow Leopard Features)
SIMBA ASLAN (TICA ACTIVE) - Certification Supplied
Silver Sepia Snow Bengal Male DOB: 28/02/2019
(Previous clients have had the litters registered with TICA)
Approx kittens 4 to 6 per litter achieved by Simba Aslan
of whom partners being, Seal Lynx Bengal, Snow British Shorthair, F Savannah, Seal Minx Bengal & Mix Breeds
Fully vaccinated, wormed and vet checked regularly
Healthy & Fit and active stud and knows what he's doing.
Currently all successful mating to date (See pics of previous litter and partners)
Partners 8 months + only applicable.
Your female cat MUST be calling
Best time to bring her is second day of calling.
Simba Aslan is NOT FOR SALE and nor do I have Kittens for sale.
STUD DUTIES ONLY, however I can refer you to his partners owners if you want to negotiate with them.
Can you please send me a text message to my mobile number if interested as I rarely view my messages on here.
Any questions please text me and I will endeavour to call you back
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