TexasStar Bengal and Bengal Foundation Pricing

Visitors fee $100.  We do have a visitors fee of $100. due at sign in, at the door. If you decide on a kitten, the fee will go towards the purchase price. 

Average prices for Texas Star Bengal's kittens are as follows:

"SBT" Stud Book Tradition, this is 4 generation and beyond the Asian Leopard Cat

Our pet kittens sell usually for

 $2800. to $4500. As Pets

Pet kittens will be Spayed or Neutered before leaving TexasStar Bengals



Most of these kittens can be shown is TICA cat shows under the alter class.

Kittens for Breeding or showing are $7000 AND UP.


  •  Pets SBT Bengal kittens $2,500 -$4,500 and upward

  • SBT Breeders/Show $7,000 and up

  • Retired Adults Adopted out $800 - $2,000

  •  Bengal Kittens will sometimes be priced out of the given price range.

    Average prices for Texas Star foundation Bengal's are as follows:

  • F1 (50%ALC) males $5,500 - up as pets 

  • F1 (50%ALC) females $6,500 - up as pet or breeders.

  • F2 males $4,500 - up as pets

  • F2 females $4,500 - up as pet or breeders.

  • F3 males $4,500 - up as pets

  • F3 females $4,500 - up as pet or breeders.

  • Kittens will sometimes be priced out of the given price range.

    Good Quality Bengals are not inexpensive, you generally get what you pay for!  It is true, you can find Bengal kittens priced lower, but in most cases, these will not have the bright colors and vivid markings that you see on Bengal's pictured on websites and in magazines.  There is a lot of expense involved in raising quality Bengal kittens, more than most people realize.  Our Bengal kittens are individually evaluated and priced accordingly.  Those that meet the Bengal standard, have the best markings, pattern, coloration, conformation, and personality.. They are our top quality Bengal kittens and therefore are most expensive.


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    F1 kitten photo above

    For more information contact Stacy at # 214-552-0901




    How To Check if a Particular Pet Is Legal Where You Live

    Here's How:

    1.       Call the appropriate government agencies in person. Using the internet for research is a good place to start, but for current and complete information on the status of your chosen species, check with the proper agencies.

    2.       Start with your local government - call city hall or your town or county office, and ask if there are any relevant laws against your pet.

    3.       Your local officials may be able to tell you the status of your pet locally as well as state, province, or country wide status.

    4.       If there are no local laws, and local officials are not sure about the status on a wider scale, they may be able to direct you to the appropriate agency to check with

    5.       Before going to the state/province/country, check with your local health department, as sometimes regulations fall under their jurisdiction.

    6.        Check with state/provincial agencies. Hopefully the local officials could tell you which agency has jurisdiction, but it may fall under agriculture, fish and game, natural resources, wildlife, health, etc.

    7.       If you are in the US, check with the US Department of Agriculture and/or US fish & wildlife agency, as many exotic species require USDA permits for possession and/or breeding.

    8.        Keep calling until you find the right agency/person who can give you a definitive answer. Sometimes permits are required for legal species, so make sure you find out if there are any special permits or licenses required.


    1.       Exactly who to call varies from area to area, so you'll need to break out the phone book and start calling. By starting locally, you can often find out who you need to call from higher levels of government.

    2.       Your local humane society or other pet related organization, or a veterinarians office, may be able to help you find out about current laws.

    3.       Don't assume that if you see a pet locally, it is legal (even if they are being sold in pet stores).

    4.       Ignorance of the law is not a good defense, and if you acquire an illegal pet you may face confiscation of your pet down the road, and possibly even euthanasia of your pet.




    Texas Star Bengals and Texas Star Safari have the right to refuse to sell any cat or kitten at anytime during the negotiation period.

    These cats and kittens are the sole property of Texas Star Bengals and Texas Star Safari and will be regarded as such until a written contract of ownership has been signed by both interested parties.

    Texas Star is not licensed to sell the Asian Leopard cats at this time.

    Copyright © Stacy Hansen, TexasStar Bengals 2000-2016 all rights reserved.

    No text or images from this site may be used without written permission from the author.

     Stacy at  (214)-552-0901






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