My kittens are born in my bedroom but when they start to run and jump, they need more space. I also have another large room just for the cat beside my bedroom. When the kittens are older and litter trained, they are moved to our living room/kitchen area where they share our daily activities with their mom. Everywhere in the home, they have a lot of place to run, cat trees and many fun toys.
Males and females in heat are very messy, they spray (and have a strong smell!). They are territorial so they must have their own place. This is why I keep my males and females in heat in a separate building close to my home. There are 3 studs room and a larger room for females. All the walls, floor and doors are made of laminated pannels, all is easy to clean and sealed. They have heat, recessed lights, air purifier, 3 large windows, a couch, many cat trees and wheels and a ventilation system. I also have a hall, perfect to keep the cats from escaping when we go in and out. The hall also has a huge sink to clean the litter boxes and shelves for all the pet carriers and cat stuff.
Our beautiful retired cats
These cats have contributed to our breeding program and are now enjoying a wonderful pet life!
-RW SGC Bella Storm Strike of Maracaja-
Striker lives with Pascal and Rose below
-Maracaja Sand Roses-
Rose lives with Pascal and Striker!
-RW QGC Jazzle Washington of Maracaja-
Our very first Bengal, Jayzzy was adopted by Eric and René!
-Jazzle Puzzle Piece of Maracaja-
Our very first female, Puzzle, lives with Erika.
-Medoz Snowball Effect of Maracaja-
Snowball lives with Lise !
-Bengaland Petit Bijou of Maracaja-
Jewel lives with Hélène and Pierre!
-Akerrs Miss Hawaiian Tropic of Maracaja-
Loa was adopted by Diane!
-Bengaland Royal Cookie of Maracaja-
Limo lives with Hélène and Roland
-Maracaja I Told You So-
Soleil lives with Ewa and one of her kitten!
-Calcatta Millie The Pooh of Maracaja-
Millie was adopted by Lynda and Rene!
-Amantra Sanjay Singh of Maracaja-
Sanjay enjoys his pet life with Jessica!
-Koppiekatz Bling Bling Of Maracaja
Maracaja I'm Yours