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Here at Zawadi Bengals our boys are very important to us and although have to be outside (our only cats that are) we like them to have lots of attention from us and lovely airy safe runs for themselves and their girls. All our boys are registered with the GCCF and TICA and are microchipped. They are also bred from carefully selected non silver lines. Our boys like to attend shows and enjoy the attention given by visitors at the show. We are very proud to own our three Champion boys.
Sire: Llandar Coolhand Luke 76 30
We are delighted to have back our own bred boy 'Ace'. He is a stunning Blue Eyed Snow Rosetted boy. We have been showing Ace and he has just been awarded his 3rd and qualifying Challenge Certificate and is now a GCCF Champion - Go Ace...!!
Both of his parents are from our white tummied lines. Ace replaces his father (Luke) here at Zawadi Bengals - continuing this desired trait. He is such a solid boy weighing in at 6kg at a year old.
GCCF Grand Champion & TICA Champion Seregon Basil Rathbone - Microchipped
Sire: SGC Springmeadow Rebelrebel 76 20
Seregon Basil Rathbone (AKA Baz) is a most loving boy. He welcomes us daily with a roll on the floor and loves a tummy tickle. He has a super silky swirling marbled pattern and deep green eyes complimenting his superb colouring.
Baz has enjoyed being shown and rencently was awarded his 3rd & qualifying Grand Challenge Certificate. Basil is now a GCCF Grand Champion - go Baz!
Zawadi Bengals would like to introduce you to our new young boy. We will be showing him over the next year or so, watching him develop into a potential stud boy.
Leo is taking over stud duties from his father (Abu).
GCCF Champion Tyshanra Jubilee-Leo- Microchipped
Sire: Ch. Zawadi Abu 76 30
Leo has lovely rich colouring with a great flow to his pattern & also carries for Blue Eyed Snow. The photo above shows him aged 5 months - he was maturing really well and becoming a very handsome boy.
Leo is now a GCCF Champion and was awarded his 3 Challenge Certificates in 3 consecutive shows. What a change from the photo above - he's now becoming a 'big boy'.
We would like to thank Jenny at Tyshanra Bengals for allowing him to come here.