From Solana Ranch Last Patriot and Vividcats Deuces Wild
A fourth generation SBT Bengal down from Taro of Bundas, Patman is the result of a whole lot of luck. Neither parent is white bellied, but Patman has a strong expression of the pattern. Neither parent has a yellow base coat with black spots, but Patman inherited that incredible color combination, and on top of all that, Patman is fertile. But he also displays some of the elements of wild essence that caused us to breed his parents in the first place - great ears, eyes, and nose, deep body, thick boning.
Patman's Photo Album
From Beaux Mondes Gabriella and Allaglow Kalub Bug
A fifth generation SBT Bengal down from Icon of Stonehenge, Bravo is the first cat that we got together. Bravo has so many features of the face and head that are really difficult to find on male Bengals. His head is small, long with the length largely being behind the eyes, his nose is set down low and his eyes are still a prominent feature of his face. In addition, he has and throws the most beautiful, horizontal paw printed rosettes. Regardless of who we breed Bravo to, he seems to let the girl's strengths pass through and then adds all of his good parts as well.
Bravo's Photo Album
MotoCtyExo Back to the Future - McFly
From Awagati Sway of Boutiquecats X MotoCtyExo Makn Headlines
A sixth generation SBT Bengal down from Taro of Bundas, McFly has the body we dream of putting on all of our cats. The Bengal body is more difficult to perfect than one would imagine. It must be lean but powerful, deep but also long all on top of thick boning. It is hard to get all of those elements on one cat. In addition, he has great horizontal flow to his pattern which is a constant battle not to lose. McFly is a powerhouse of a cat, and since we tend to tread on the smaller side of Bengals, we like the difference he brings to our program.
McFly's Photo Album
From Rosettea Vanessa x Rosettea Picipaw Metro
A seventh generation SBT Bengal down from Kabuki of Millwood, Wes is a legacy maker. Wes has within his pedigree all the great studs of Rosettea: Khanjalava, Pawprint, Avalanch, and it is his responsibility to share the dedication of Rosettea with the Bengal breed. The Rosettea breeding program reached levels unattained by others in regards to the development of the white belly pattern, and we know Wes will keep that tradition going along with contributing his gorgeous eye color, wild looking paw printed rosettes, body shape, and tail carrige.
Wes's Photo Album
From Wildernesswell Aztec Emerald x Rosettea Top Wesselton
An eighth generation SBT Bengal down from Kabuki on both sides of his pedigree, Hunter is living the best of both worlds. Hunter is absolutely stunning in every way, but we did let him go into a pet home with two of the nicest, most generous people in the world - Robert and Coryn. Robert and Coryn have kindly allowed Hunter to visit us for romantic encounters with the girls, and we are blessed to have several litters from him. Take a peek at his pictures; he has just about everything.
Hunter's Photo Album
From Wildernesswell Ya Wee Beauty x Kiabindhi Echo
A twelfth generation SBT Bengal down from Baghara Khan of Kent, Rebel made the trip from Scotland to California to bring over some genetics Jon didn't want to lose. Rebel's elongated, strongly pigmented rosettes are entwined with horizontal ribbons gives his coat a unique, wild look. He also brings in well set, wide based ears - a very rare characteristic of Bengal ears. His thick, powerful tail with excellent carriage polish off his look.
Rebel's Photo Album