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  Jazzle Bengals
Paula Elson
Member Since: October 2007

Ballston Lake, New York

Tel: (518) 496-4711

Email: celson001@nycap.rr.com

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Kittens Available
  WONDERFUL BENGALS FOR WONDERFUL PEOPLE
We are an in home cattery located in beautiful Saratoga County near Albany, New York.

Beautiful, Healthy, Happy Bengals are the standard here. We pride ourselves on our ethics, both to our cats and their new owners. We believe that if we are responsible for the existence of a kitten/cat that we are responsible throughout their life and therefore stand behind every kitten we sell.

Most of our pet kittens are of show quality!! We have also produced some of the top show cats in a few regions.

My husband, Chris, and I have worked with animals since we were children and they have been our whole lives. Chris is a veterinarian who keeps his knowledge current. He practices both allopathic and holistic medicine. The Bengals at Jazzle couldn't be in better care!

All of our kittens leave us FeLK/FIV clear, Fecal negative, hearts aucultated by Certified cardiologist, microchipped, spayed/neutered, very well socialized and just beautiful.
We screen all of our breeding cats yearly or better for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) and all other heart diseases. We also screen for Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) and Pyruvate Kinase Defiency (PK-Def).

We believe in the TIBCS and TICA Code of Ethics and do abide by it. Actually, we go far above their standards.
 
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