Bangles Changbai x Cheetahsden Lovelettah
Cheetahsden Ezekiel "Zeek" and Cheetahsden Zacharias "Zak" were adopted by Jerry and Lori from Georgetown, Texas.
A note from Zeek and Zak's family:
"We adopted Zeek and Zak March 2019 from Kelli’s Cheetahsden Bengals. We’d lost our tabby cat, Samson, 3½ years earlier and had a bad experience with a different breeder before meeting Kelli. Kelli listened to our story and understood our loss. She answered our questions quickly and was always kind and friendly as we texted/e-mailed back and forth more times than we can count. We were impressed with everything we read on Cheetahsden's website, so went to meet her and get a tour of her Cattery. We then placed a deposit with Kelli for 2 males from the same litter. We thought it best to have two siblings as they would know each other from birth and would be able to keep each other company whenever we were away from the house.
Zeek and Zak were born December 26, 2018 (almost a Christmas present). Kelli kept us informed frequently on their progress with pictures and letters. She taught them to be comfortable around people and other animals. She allowed us to visit the kittens several times before the day we brought them home. They were litter box trained well before coming home with us, and it was so funny to see them using their litter box at Kelli’s when they were still very very tiny. Kelli was always gracious, honest, helpful, and soon just part of the family. She provided helpful information about how to transition the kittens to our home, their pedigree, a checklist of things to consider before the kittens came home with us, and helped in any way she could to ensure the safety and well-being of Zeek and Zak. The day we picked them up, she sent them packed with familiar foods, toys and blankets with their scents on them, and their baby books with their health records and other important documents. She’d also provided us with a book about how to understand cats.
Zeek and Zak are now 4.5 months old and very busy. They are sweet tempered boys. We have never had a Bengal before, but love their look, personalities and energy. Their fur is so soft and everybody oohs and aahs over how beautiful they are. Both boys enjoy playing together and going to the vet and seeing all the animals and folks there. They love taking rides in the car, going for walks in their pet stroller, meeting the neighborhood people and dogs (and pig!), and romping around in their nursery. They chase each other and anything else that moves. They’ve slept through the night every night since we brought them home – now that’s impressive!!! Zak is always first for a meal and happy to finish Zeek’s food, too, if Zeek lollygags too much. Zak is usually the first to greet us, and the most vocal about all things. Zeek is the litter police and watches us clean the litter box and sweep up litter to make sure it meets his standards. He will even go in the litter box after Zak has gone potty to make sure Zak has covered up his business properly. Zeek likes to sleep on top of us and Zak prefers to snuggle behind our knees or curl up under our arms. They are very strong and energetic. It’s always interesting when we go into the nursery to see if they’ve moved their food bowls into their bedroom, dragged a pillow off the bed into their food area, relocated their scratching post or tunnel box, or turned on the light above the countertop in the bathroom. They are furry love bugs, always happy when we show up and start purring as soon as we walk into their room or pick them up.
Kelli does an outstanding job and her Cattery is top notch. If you are looking to purchase a Bengal, we’d say go to Kelli for the best. She is a quality breeder who loves and spoils her babies and their parents, and goes the extra mile for her customers and Bengals. We are spoiling Zeek and Zak as much as we can; however, they are really the ones spoiling us. They have brought much joy and entertainment to our home. Thank you, Kelli, for being our friend and for the high quality of service you provide to your customers and the love you have for your Bengals. Oh, Zeek and Zak say 'come see us' when you’re passing through, and they send you their love and 'chin scratches'.” – Jerry and Lori