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Purchasing your Bengal Kitten from Hypnotic Exotics of Iowa.

Bengal Kittens purchased as pets will be spayed or neutered before leaving us, no exceptions.

No cash refunds for any reason. All deposits are non refundable but does come off from purchase price of kitten. 
We don't allow kittens visits before 8 weeks old, when they have had their first set of vaccines. This is for their protection.


If this Bengal is being purchased as a breeder male, purchaser agrees not to use this cat for outside stud service. No co-ownership, transfer of queen’s ownership, or other devious means of circumventing this restriction will be tolerated. Any queen bred by this stud must be owned entirely by the owner of the stud. There will be a $2500 fine for each and any breech of contract. Once the contract is breeched, buyer is to surrender the cat back to seller without refund at the buyer’s expense. A stud male is not to be resold as a breeder. Once a buyer no longer wants to keep him as a breeder, he must be neutered and re-homed as  a pet only. 
If a female is bought with full breeding rights, buyer agrees not to breed female cat before 10 months of age.

This cat/kitten is guaranteed against congenital defects for 12 months. Should the cat die within that time frame, the cat will be replaced, ONLY if an appropriate necropsy is performed by a licensed veterinarian and a vet’s certificate is provided as proof of cause of death. A replacement cat of comparable quality and value will be made available at the breeders’ discretion and availability. There are no guarantees on temperament, future health, show achievements, or future reproduction capabilities. 

Breeder does not guarantee against treatable nuisances (such as fungus, yeast, ear mites, respiratory infections, parasites, coccidia, giardia, etc,  which are not life threatening and treatable.  All vet bills are sole responsibility of buyer. Seller is not responsible for any vet bills once kitten leaves our premises.

The cat/kitten is guaranteed for a period of 24 hours or 2 working days. We advise that this cat/kitten is seen by a licensed veterinarian of your choice before this time period lapses. If he/she finds the cat/kitten has a non-treatable condition, you must return the cat/kitten for another kitten of equal value when one is available at sellers discrection. 

It is recommended that the cat/kitten be quarantined for 2-4 weeks. Gradually introduce the cat/kitten to other animals and family members. Buyers understands that cats/kittens can experience Upper Respiratory Infection due to the stress of moving.
Seller is not responsible for any injury to buyer or anyone else after purchase of cat/kitten. Any animal can scratch, bite, claw, chew, spray etc. 

If buyer or seller commences any legal action as a result of this contract, Buyer agrees that the place of venue shall remain in the County of Polk in the State of Iowa. This contract is a legal and binding agreement between the two parties (buyer and seller) and is NOT transferable. 


Seller does not guarantee against FIP in your kitten. FIP comes from a mutation of a feline intestional virus (FECV) and no one can pinpoint when or where a cat was exposed and at what point it mutated into FIP. Some cats are exposed to FECV and never develop FIP. The current means of testing for FIP has a high rate of false positives. Also, if you vaccinate against FIP the test for FIP will always come back as positive even though your kitten may not actually have the disease.

At any time in your kittens life that you are not able to care for them, you may return the kitten/cat to us and we will help find then a loving home. There will be no refunds to buyer if buyer chooses to return kitten. We would just like you to know we will always take them back to help find them a home. We never want our kittens/cats to go to a shelter.


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.Bengal cats have a desirable "wild" appearance but are domesticated. 
They are derived from crossing the Asian Leopard Cat (ALC), a small 8-10 lb exotic feline from SE Asia, with domestic cats. The ALC has a natural immunity to the feline leukemia virus, and in the late 1970s genetic researchers first crossed the ALC and domestics. Bengals are eligible to show in all-breed championship cat shows of The International Cat Association, and nearly all other international purebred cat associations. 
Bengals are generally confident, curious and devoted companions.