Available Bengal Kittens | Nova Scotia

Available Kittens

We Have Available Kittens!

brown bengal kitten sitting on a log with huge rosettes in Nova Scotia, Canada

What's Included with a novacoast bengal kitten?

What Sets Us Apart:

• 6 Year Health Guarantee

• Veterinary Health Certificate

• Health Booklet

• Microchip

• Individual TICA Registration      Application

• 4 Generation Pedigree

• 4 Dewormings

• Vaccinations

• Spay/Neuter Procedure

• Lifetime Breeder Support

• Health Tested Parents

• Education & Experience

How We Do Things

We have worked very hard to socialize and handle our Novacoast bengal kittens and it has certainly paid off.  Our kittens love to be with their people to interact, play and snuggle when they are tired.  They have been raised with dogs so they would be good in a home with a dog that is respectful of cats.

Our bengals are raised in our home, not in a separate cattery room.  We have one litter at a time, very occasionally two at a time so that we can spend a lot of time socializing and handling each kitten.   All of our kittens are used to household sounds and routines.

Our kittens come with full health guarantees (one of the longest, if not the longest, in Canada) and are only placed in pre-approved homes.  To be considered for a Novacoast Bengal you must fill out our Kitten Application.  Please answer the questions with as much detail as possible.  Reservations are highly recommended as waiting lists start before the kittens are even born.

Litter evaluations are done between 8 and 9 weeks of age and after that time we will decide where each kitten will be going and who will be staying with us.  Our kittens do not leave until they are 12 weeks old at the earliest and are spayed or neutered before leaving us.

We put a lot of care and work into each litter, every Novacoast kitten is very special!  All litters are born in our home.  We spend a great amount of time playing with our kittens and socializing them from a very young age.  We believe that every kitten needs a good start to life.

When you purchase a Novacoast bengal you become a part of the Novacoast family.  We will always be available to provide support and to answer questions and we look forward to updates and pictures of your kitten.

Our cattery is registered with The International Cat Association (TICA), Canadian Cat Association (CCA) and American Cat Fanciers Association (ACFA).  Our companion kittens will all come with their registration application to be registered with TICA.  Our cats are shown in CCA and ACFA cat shows.  Many that have been shown have won regional awards and some have won
Best In Show or Best In Specialty Shows as well as received National Awards.  We believe in producing only exceptionally high quality, healthy bengals with amazing temperaments.

If you are interested in one of our beautiful bengal kittens, please click HERE to fill out our Kitten Application.

How To Get Approved For A Novacoast Bengal

We are very careful as to where we place our kittens.  We will be asking lots of questions and we will be asking for lots of references.  If you are not willing to take the time to answer our questions and provide us with the references that we request, please do not be offended when we refuse to sell you a kitten.  Our main priority is the welfare of our kittens, we are responsible for bringing them into the world and we take our job of finding them the perfect home very seriously!

•Before we agree to place a kitten we will send you a copy of our contract. Please take the time to read the contract over carefully.  If there is a clause in our contract that you do not intend to follow please do not purchase a kitten from us. 

•Once we receive your contract we will ask any further questions that we may have after reading your answers. 

•If you are ok with our contract, we will then ask for references.  Once we have contacted your references and are satisfied that one of our bengal kittens would be a good match for your family, we will then send you our deposit form.  

•We require a $250 non-refundable deposit to be added to our waiting list.  The price of the deposit will be deducted from the total price of your kitten.

•Once we have a kitten for you, we will require an additional non-refundable deposit of $250 to reserve that kitten for you (the total deposit for a kitten is $500 – $250 to be placed on the waiting list and $250 to reserve your kitten).  This deposit will be deducted from the price of the kitten when the kitten is ready to leave. 

Our kitten prices start at $2500.

Know The Red Flags When It Comes To Purchasing Your Bengal Kitten

•”breeders” that refer to kittens as cubs.  Bengal kittens are kittens, they are not cubs, some backyard breeders refer to them as cubs as a marketing ploy.

•selling companion kittens without being spayed or neutered first.  All responsible, reputable and ethical breeders spay and neuter their kittens before the kittens go to their new homes.

•low prices – bengals are an expensive breed and it is very expensive to raise a litter properly.  If you see a breeder selling their kittens for a price that seems too good to be true, chances are that it is.  These kittens may be from parents that are not health tested, they may be mixed breeds, they may be from unregistered parents (In Canada it is illegal to sell animals as purebred if they are not registered).  Do your research and ask lots of questions!

•sending kittens to their new homes before they are 12 weeks old.  All reputable cat breeders keep their kittens until they are at least 12 to 14 weeks old.  

•not health testing the parents before breeding them.  

•not registering the litters.  It is illegal in Canada (as per the Animal Pedigree Act) to sell an animal as purebred if it is not registered.  

Do Your Research!

Not all breeders are created equally!  You are going to have your bengal for a very long time so it’s so important to make sure that they get the best start to their lives.  

There are several genetic diseases that bengals need to be tested for before being bred, make sure that your breeder does this testing.  Ask to see proof!  Bengals are a very popular cat breed so there are many ‘backyard breeders’ popping up all the time.  Make sure that your bengal comes from a dedicated bengal breeder who has the best interests of the breed.  A reputable breeder breeds to improve the breed, they show their cats to make sure that they are breeding the best of the best and they do health clearances (genetic dna testing)!  Just because a breeder registers their kittens does not mean that they are a reputable breeder, there are so many other factors involved as mentioned above.  Do your research!

They are very beautiful and unique cats but they aren’t a breed for everyone.  Bengals are very energetic and will require a great deal of exercise.  They love to climb and are very curious cats.  They are a very smart breed and will need lots of mental stimulation, interactive toys and interaction with their family.

Our Available Kittens



Fireandice In Your Dreams

brown bengal with large rosettes in front of a black background



Kanpur Defy The Odds

DOB: May 24th, 2024

available kittens for sale from this litter


Brown male with rosettes

Pictured at 2 weeks old



MBIS GCh Novacoast Follow Your Dreams



We have two beautiful girls who we are deciding between to have a litter this fall.

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