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Both of these Trendar kittens have gone to new homes
Most people want the look that I breed for
There is a wide variation of colors, patterns and "Looks" in the Bengal Breed. Beauty is in the eye
of the beholder.
Flashy tri- colored rosettes that look 'painted on'
short, silky smooth gold fur that sparkles like it is sprinkled with glitter.
Sharp clear contrast in their black outlined rosettes
with redder centers.
People also want the temperament I breed
Child safe with sweet, interactive playful confidence.
People also want the genetic strength
that I offer
Constantly vigilant monitoring genetics in my breeding program.
* * * * * You and my kittens are worth it * * * * *
Evidence of my success in
building my breeding program.
Notes like these help me
to feel that I am
doing right for my kittens and my clients.
* Trendar Mowgli *
Before 5 months old he can sit and paw on command.
I asked Mahvish to share what she did.
With regards to training: I do give him wet food but its on very rare occasion. Definitely I use it with training because he is driven by it. It can work with any snack/food that the cat is driven by.
so I initially started with using the "clicker system". The first step was to associate the clicker sound with food. So I would click the button it would make a noise and then I would give a lick of food. After that association was made, I would repeat my command such as "sit" push his hind down and click the button and then give a lick of food. it took him a few attempts before he learned that sitting would get him food and I would not need to push his hind end down but he would follow by verbal command + action of me pointing my finger down. I then did as you described and kept doing 15minutes sessions every day to make sure it was solidified in his head and would space out treats as you had mentioned.
It definitely is a lot of fun and you should try it!
I asked Mahvish if she used the
clicker training books. She said
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after 14 years
My name is Jennifer Grimes (I used to be Jennifer Knight), I adopted my Bengal son, Cagan, from you in 1999. I was perusing your website, as I often do, and thought I would send you a note to tell you how Cagan is doing.
This year, in August, Cagan will be 14 years old. He is still handsome as ever and is our pride and joy. He is showing no signs of slowing down. We moved out of our long time house in October, 2 years ago and are now in "farmland". We love it. Cagan is an inside cat.
We occasionally take him out to explore though.
About a year and a half ago we got a Miniature Australian Shepherd and they are the best of friends. Today they are inseparable. They are both sitting in the window, waiting for their dad to come home.
You are still doing a fantastic job with your Bengals, they are absolutely beautiful. Thank you for doing what you do. Cagan has brought us so much joy over the years and I do not know where I would be with out him.
Jen January 2013
Remembering me after 16 years.
Trendar Jerzee almost 16 years old
I’m not sure if you remember us, Andre and Roberta, but we bought Jerzee in 2000.
(a.k.a. “Walker” – son of Ricky & Azara) from you over 15 years ago, 2002.
as well as a sweet Bengal girl (Gracie) in 2008.
Unfortunately, we recently lost Jerzee suddenly leaving us truly heartbroken,
but we were truly blessed that we had almost 16 beautiful Bengal years with him
He was so truly special to us.
Since our Bengal girl grew up and was extremely close with Jerzee, we are very
interested in making sure she has a playmate and was
wondering if you happen to have a male that may be available.
Please let us know when you get a chance.
Thank you again,
Hackettstown, NJ October 10, 2016
Remembering me after 18 years
These are pictures of Trendar Valentino
the male kitten you sold me in 1999.
I just took these picture. Dec 2017
Val is 18 years 8 month old. You can see he has beautiful red fur and he has that gorgeous glitter coat. He still plays, just not for as long.
Connie December 2017
All pregnant girls live inside my home
until the kittens are weaned.
when space allows girls with no kittens come inside with me too