Kitten Questionnaire The first step of the adoption process is tell us a little bit about yourself and the home you will be providing for your Bengal. Once we receive your request, we will be in touch about the next steps! PLEASE NOTE that we do not have any available kittens right now. You may not receive a reply if you fill out this form. To be notified of future litters, add your email address to our Kittens page. What is your name?* First Last Is there a specific kitten you are interested in?YesNoWhat is the name of the kitten?Do you have a gender preference?MaleFemaleNo preferenceWhat is more important to you?Getting a kitten in a specific time frameGetting the right kitten from the right breederWhen are you looking to bring home a Bengal kitten?Describe the cat or kitten you are looking for in regards to looks, temperament, etc.Why do you want a Bengal?Please describe your history with cats or other pets.Have you ever given a pet away or taken a pet to the pound or shelter? If so, what were the circumstances?A Bengal's temperamentThe Bengal Cat has a happy, active, interactive and extremely intelligent personality. While Bengals will happily search out a lap or stretch out on the sofa next to you during naptime, they are very active the rest of the day. The energetic Bengal is not for people who just want a leopard print cat for decoration.The Bengal cat, like many other pets, demands a good deal of attention and affection and enjoys being an integral part of the family. Yes, I have read the above and understand that Bengals are highly active and inquisitive.Thank you for pointing this out; I prefer a calm cat who sleeps a lot, so I'll look at other breeds.Keeping your Bengal happyIf a Bengal's social, intellectual, and physical needs are not being met, they may demonstrate depressive or destructive behavior. Often the best way to meet these needs is to have a companion pet for the Bengal. I understand; I have a cat-friendly pet at home waiting to play with a new Bengal kitten.I understand which is why I'd like to get two Bengals.I understand, but since there are people home nearly 24/7 I want to give it a try knowing that if my kitten becomes depressive or destructive, I will get another pet.I understand, but I really only want one pet.Please tell us about your family and your homeChildren, ages, other pets? Is the environment and space suitable for a Bengal cat? Is everyone accustomed to cats? Does anyone have cat allergies?If you rent, is your landlord aware that you are seeking a pet?Who will be the primary person responsible for the cat/kitten and what is their age?How many hours will the cat/kitten be alone during the day?How did you hear about us?Approximately where do you live in relation to Yucaipa, CA?What is your phone number?What is your email address?* What is your preferred method of contact? Email Phone Call Text Please indicate your agreement to each statement by checking each box.* The cat or kitten will be kept indoors at all times unless contained in a secure cage or on a harness and leash. I will not declaw the cat or kitten under any circumstance. I am aware of your prices and the non-refundable down payment required to reserve a kitten. Since you're looking for a Bengal kitten...*...would you be interested in the idea of taking a short online course to help guide you through the process? My mission has always been to place kittens in homes where they will thrive while bringing joy to their families for years and years. The purpose of this course I'm thinking of would be to equip you with what you need to know to lay the foundation for success and a lifetime of happiness with a healthy, well-behaved, loving Bengal!Nope, I've got this.YES, I'd love to be the best cat-parent I can be!Do you have any questions for us?Are there any other animals in the household?Are there any children in the house? If so, are they accustomed to cats?How many people are currently in your household?