We are Queen Bea's Hive Cattery and are delighted you stopped by! Meet our Queens, see our studs, and fall in love with our kittens!
I’m Alexis, friends and family call me Lex. I live in Pennsylvania with a tribe of boys (aka my permanent back up) and my husband! I have 2 boys that were brought into this world via my womb, and 2 bonus boys via my Joel. 9, 10, 11,16. I don’t even want to talk about the state of the floor around my toilets on any given day. We both work full time doing things we aren’t passionate about, but it pays the mortgage. We’re homebodies so when we aren’t home, we’re at work. We’re lame and I’m so ok with that. I’m from a small town that you might have heard of. Big ass battle happened here, sort of important. Gettysburg. I wish I had more cool things to tell you about me, but the truth is... I really am lame :-) .
One word. Larry. Also known affectionately, and NOT so affectionately as: LARRY!!!!!!! Larry is my first Bengal. He’s truly the reason I have come to love these freaking dorks so much! He is smart, so laidback, INQUISITVE (we also call him “the supervisor”,) vocal, DETERMINED, loyal. You would honestly think I was referring to a human. I often remind myself that although he has a human name, he is a feline, mixed with a domestic cat and an Asian leopard. Real talk, I was expecting a cat a tad more “wild.” By that I mean a smidge more aggressive than the average cat, with the “I can do WHATEVER I want” attitude regarding eating, peeing, “your space” what is this “your” nonsense, etc. I got one out of the two…he believes within every fiber of his Bengal being that he in fact CAN do whatever he damn well pleases (within reason.) We ended up with (what my youngest son referred to him as) a majestic beast. Because of Larry, I dived into researching this breed, fell in love at record speed (just like I did in high school with boys,) and decided damnit…breeding these majestic beasts is what I want to do! The majestic beast himself, Larry (pictured above) :)
Don't be fooled by the rosettes that she's got, she's still, she's still Jenny from the block! The Leopard's Den Jenny from the block of QBH is our 4G SBT brown bengal. She has a beautiful reddish color to her coat and is known to have at least one" mini me" in a litter. She has gorgeous green almond shaped eyes and is so playful! She is an excellent mama and we are lucky to call her ours!
Freyja is as sweet as she is gorgeous. She has STUNNING rosettes and tri-colors throughout her coat. Her glitter makes her light up in the sun. 5G SBT brown spotted tabby who is always ready for a head scratch! She is an absolute love and an outstanding mama! Freyja's babies tend to have very clear coats, large rosettes, and she always tends to bring a seal mink with every litter!
The Leopard's Den Magnolia May of QBH is our 5G SBT BLUE bengal. She often is cautious, but SUPER sweet. She LOVES pets! On top of that, she is an AMAZING mama!! Her babies tend to have very dynamic and clear coats with the best disposition.
Patrick Castle Leo is our first mature stud in the hive! He is a rather handsome black silver spotted tabby with clouded rosettes and dreamy green eyes. He is chatty, ridiculously sweet, and is completely clueless when it comes to spatial awareness. We adore him and then some!
Bane the BOLD is from Freyja's "B" litter. Another handsome fella for the hive! He is ridiculously smart and friendly like no other. Watching him grow and develop is such a joy! We aren't rushing him to grow up but eagerly awaiting for him to mature!
Please contact us if you cannot find an answer to your question.
Bengals, like people, come with all different characteristics., Some of their markings can be quite vivid while others are softer. Rosettes, glitter, clouds, the flow of their coat, all of that is a factor in how a kitten is priced.
A non-refundable deposit is required to reserve a kitten. This deposit will be put towards the purchase of the kitten, and cannot be transferred to another kitten.
We then send you a contract to review and sign at time of pick up and payment of the balance.
Nope! Bengals are hypo-allergenic and shed VERY little, usually in spring and fall. They do enjoy a clean litter box, (who wouldn't,) and truly like to be around people. They are SUPER smart so provide them with lots of stimulation or you could come home to some destruction. Honestly, two bengals are better than one! They keep each other busy and out of trouble!
Our babies are adopted quickly, so reach out to reserve your furever friend or to ask any questions.