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We are a small breeder of Bengal Cats, located in South East Queensland and have been breeding and showing Bengals on and off for over 20 years. Occasionally we have Bengal kittens for sale to select homes. Contact us using our enquiry form.
Rewind to 1991 and I was talking with a veterinarian colleague of mine in the United States. She mentioned an article that had been published in one of her veterinary journals about the Bengal cat. After numerous discussions back and forth I finally made contact with Jean Mills. I must admit with all the publicity Jean had recently had in the states I didn’t expect to hear anything back, within 2 hours I had a reply and it wasn’t long before we had our first Bengal import in the UK.
We imported and exported cats all over the world from Asian Leopards to World Champion SBT’s.
It was wonderful seeing all the breeders from around the world unite together in creating such a visually stunning cat with the wild patterned and smooth pelt of an exotic animal.
Breeders we've worked with
I worked with some amazing breeders and lines in the early stages of the breed. It wasn’t easy for any of us, we had heartaches, shared both laughter and tears but it was always a pleasure working with you all. I would like to give a special mention to some of the breeders/lines I worked very close with and it is with great sadness that we have lost a number of these wonderful breeders on the way, however, your legacy will always remain strong.
Jean Mills - Millwood
Martha Brady jumanji
Earl Shropshire Starbengal
Anne - Llandar
Gene ductote - Gogees
Muzzafer - Eraser Bengals
Anne De Berry
Anne Randall - Llandar
Barrie and Rosie Alger-Street
Holly - Foothill
Brigit - Brockenmoor
Grace - Bundas
Pat - Alluren
Gail Pascoe - Gaylee
and not forgetting my dear feline veterinarian colleagues who have worked for many years with the breed in one way or another including Dr Susan Little, Dr Diane Addie, Professor Tim Gruffydd Jones, Professor Danielle Gunn-Moore and Professor Leslie Lyons.
Skipping forward a few years, after being in the veterinary/companion animal/dog training/wildlife world for a number of years followed by a number of years working with humans and having a desk job I have had to give up due to health reasons and have decided I now have the time to commit to promoting the breed I helped establish in the beginning and we hope to be able to take the breed to the next stage in its development.
Purrs and Licks
The Cats and Human Slaves at Migaloo Bengals
If we have any Bengal Kittens for sale, details will be listed on our Kittens page.
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