Breeder of Bengals and Savannahs
Welcome to Camelottaspots. We are a breeder of Bengals and Savannahs. Located at an elevation of 4500 feet, our ranch is nestled in the Cerbat Hills of Kingman, AZ. Visitors are always welcome, and we encourage people to pick out their kittens in person.
All of our kittens are very well socialized from the time they are born. They are handled daily and learn to crave human attention. Our kittens are vaccinated and microchipped before they leave our home. Our Savannahs come with their very own walking jacket, as well as a copy of our book on how to raise and train a Savannah cat. In addition, 100% of the proceeds from the sale of our purebred Bengal and Savannah kittens is donated to the Exotic Heritage Cat Association of America to support the cats in rescue at this 501(c)(3) no-kill, feline-only shelter. Please take some time and browse our website. If you see something you like, please don't hesitate to contact us. We are happy to answer any questions you may have.
PLEASE NOTE. SEVERAL PEOPLE HAVE BEEN SENDING US TEXT MESSAGES AND HAVE NOT RECEIVED A RESPONSE. IF YOU SEND US A TEXT MESSAGE AND DO NOT RECEIVE A REPLY, PLEASE UNDERSTAND WE ARE NOT IGNORING YOU. UNFORTUNATELY, DO TO OUR LOCATION IN BETWEEN SOME RATHER LARGE HILLS, WE DO NOT HAVE CELL SERVICE AT OUR RANCH AND WILL NOT RECEIVE YOUR MESSAGE. BECAUSE WE DO NOT HAVE CELL SERVICE, WE DO NOT EVEN OWN A SMART PHONE. HENCE, WE DO NOT SEND TEXT MESSAGES AND CAN ONLY COMMUNICATE VIA EMAIL.
Camelottaspots has just been informed that Camelottaspots Bengals and Savannahs has been selected for the 2020 Best of Kingman Award in the Pet Adoption Service category by the Kingman Award Program.
This is the Press Release dated March 7, 2020
Camelottaspots Bengals and Savannahs Receives 2020 Best of Kingman Award
Kingman Award Program Honors the Achievement
KINGMAN March 7, 2020 -- Camelottaspots Bengals and Savannahs has been selected for the 2020 Best of Kingman Award in the Pet Adoption Service category by the Kingman Award Program.
Each year, the Kingman Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Kingman area a great place to live, work and play.
Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2020 Kingman Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Kingman Award Program and data provided by third parties.
In an effort to assist our buyers with raising and training their Savannah kittens, I wrote this book, which is provided free of charge to those people who purchase a kitten from us. However, the book is also offered to others at a cost of $25 USD within the United States and $32 USD outside the United States. These prices INCLUDE shipping. If interested, please PayPal the appropriate funds, for where you live, to email@example.com.
Meet Camelottaspots Charmed Knight (AKA "Charmer"). Charmer is a Lady Madellyn son. His Dad is a DSH, making Charmer an "A" registered Savannah. Charmer was born in March of 2006. Charmer is a high percent F4 at 23% Serval. He was shown extenisvely until he became a fireman (AKA hoser). He sprayed so much and so often that it was impossible to keep his show cage from reeking. We decided to retire him from the show ring and let hm try his hand at breeding.
Our second Savannah stud is named Camelottaspots Hot August Knight (AKA Auggie). Auggie is difficult to photograph as he does not want to strike an adequate pose for the camera....or it could simply be that I am a lousy photographer.
Our third Savannah stud is named Katnap Knight Thyme (AKA Ty). Ty is a tall, leggy, fellow with a highly rufoused color on his long body. His spotting pattern is nicely horizontal and he has a good profile. He is also extremely loving and affectionate
Meet Camelottaspots Prince Charming! This photo is of Prince when he was just 10 months old. Prince is a 2007 model and is a son of Camelottaspots Charmed Knight, pictured above. He weighed in at 21 pounds as a 22 month old male. Prince has a very light golden color. incredible eyes, and a nice thick, short tail. He is an F5A Savannah male.
|Camelottaspots Charmed Prince(aka Sonny)|
Meet Camelottaspots Lady Merryn. Merryn is now retired, has been spayed, and is living the life of a cherished pet, here at our ranch. This queen is the absolute best all around cat. Aside from her stunning looks, her personality cannot be beaten. At 46% Serval, she is a high percent F3 and happens to be one of the TICA judges' all time favorite Savannahs. Even at her age, Merryn still enjoys getting out and about and meeting new people. She recently auditioned for a television commercial for a new cat food and she thinks nothing of giving kisses and headbutts to total strangers. She was one of our best producing queens and and had a litter by Camelottaspots Prince Charming that was born on June 24, 2009. We retained Lady Merryn's daughter to carry on the legacy begun by her Mom. This girl's name is Lady Delta Force and she was chosen to be on the cover of the 2012 Annual Cats USA magazine. She is an absolutely stunning female!
Camelottaspots Lady Madellyn, at the left, is a full sister to Lady Merryn. "Maddy" has also been shown extensively, debuting at the TICA Annual in Wisconsin in 2003, and making another appearance at the World Cat Congress in Houston, TX in 2004. Maddy has also been shown at numerous smaller shows throughout the Southwest Region. Maddy has produced some outstanding kittens for us, and we retained two of her daughters, and one of her sons, for our breeding program. Her son, Camelottaspots Charmed Knight, aka "Charmer" can be viewed on our Savannah Kings' page. Charmer produced one litter for us out of a DSH queen. We retained one male from that litter and named him Prince Charming (AKA PC) after his Dad. We have also retained several of Maddy' daughters for our breeding program. Maddy, herself, was recently retired and spayed, but continues to reside here, at our ranch, as a cherished pet.
To the right is Camelotaspots Lady Bella D'Echo (AKA Echo). Echo is another one of our superb show quality queens. She was shown extensively at TICA shows throughout the Southwest. She loved to perform for the judges and would sit on their judge's stands all day long, if permitted. She is a real ham. Echo is still in our breeding program, and so is one of her daughters that we retained.
Meet Camelottaspots Lady Windsor. Lady Windsor is a littermate to Lady Bella D'Echo. Both of these girls were shown in new breed classes at TICA shows, where they received accolades from almost every single judge who handled them. Like her sisters, Windsor has a very golden ground color with a highly contrasted spotting pattern on a very clear and non-ticked coat.
Finally, to the right, is a picture of Camelottaspots Lady Ruffian (AKA Ruffy). Ruffy is an absolutely fantastic girl. She loves people, and also did well in the new breed classes at TICA shows. Ruffy produced her first litter for us in 2008. She is such a good Mom, and really loves her babies. In spite of her protective feelings for her kids, Ruffy never fails to greet me with kisses and head butts even when she has babies. She doesn't mind if I abscond with her babies for a while, to play with them and take their pictures, but watches carefully to make sure they are not being hurt.
IF YOU SEND US A TEXT MESSAGE AND DO NOT RECEIVE A REPLY, PLEASE UNDERSTAND WE ARE NOT IGNORING YOU. UNFORTUNATELY, WE DO NOT HAVE CELL SERVICE AT OUR RANCH AND WILL NOT RECEIVE YOUR MESSAGE. BECAUSE WE DO NOT HAVE CELL SERVICE, WE DO NOT EVEN OWN A SMART PHONE. HENCE, WE DO NOT SEND TEXT MESSAGES AND CAN ONLY COMMUNICATE VIA EMAIL.
We are very prompt in replying to email inquiries. So, if you contact us by email and do not receive a reply, please check your SPAM folder. If you still do not see an email from us, please feel free to call us at 928-757-1437 or provide your phone number and we will call you. HOWEVER, PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT I AM UNABLE TO HEAR ON A PHONE, SO I RESPECTFULLY REQUEST THAT YOU TRY TO EMAIL US FIRST. In the recent past, it seems that some of our emails have gotten lost in cyberspace, leading people to believe we have not responded to them. Please rest assured that if we receive an email inquiry from anyone, we reply to each one, even if we do not have what you are looking for.
Lady Vivian and Sir Weston produced a gorgeous litter of SBT kittens on July 20, 2019. Unfortunately, I did not have time to take pictures of the kittens when they were younger. There is only one female kitten remaining from this litter. We have reduced her price in order to try to find her a good home. Pictures and pricing are provided below. This kitten has been vaccinated and microchipped and will receive a health exam by our vet before we allow her to leave us. She will come with a free walking jacket and leash, as well as a copy of our book on how to raise and train a Savannah cat, plus 30 days of free health insurance.
As with all of our kittens, 100% of the proceeds from the sale of this kitten will go to support 200 cats in rescue at the Exotic Heritage Cat Association of America, a 501 (c)(3) feline-only sanctuary. If interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The above female kitten is the lighter more golden girl. Her microchip number is 990000003625647. She is extremely people oriented with a loud motor that starts running as soon as anyone picks her up. She is priced at $1200. She has been vaccinated and microchipped and comes with our book on how to raise and train a Savannah cat, as well as 30 days of free veterinary health insurance. If interested, please contact email@example.com and reference her microchip number.
As with all of our kittens, 100% of the proceeds from the sale of this kitten will go to support the 200cats in rescue at the Exotic Heritage Cat Association of America, a 501(c)(3) feline-only sanctuary. The sanctuary is currently trying to generate enough money to have reconstructive surgery performed on one of the sanctuary cats that has cancer.
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As breeders of purebred cats, we feel it is also our obligation to the felines of this world to do our part in finding homes for those kittens and/or cats that are left homeless through no fault of their own. Towards that end, we run a no-kill feline shelter under the name of the Exotic Heritage Cat Association of America. At the current time, we have over one hundred cats that are in desparate need of someone or a family to call their own. These cats would make loving companions for those who cannot afford the sometimes substantial price tags associated with purebred cats. These cats are no less deserving of loving homes than those purebreds that are sold by the numerous breeders throughout the US and, indeed, the world. If you can find it in your heart to adopt one of these lovely animals, I am sure they will be forever grateful and return your love in kind. If you are unable to adopt a cat at this time, perhaps you would be interested in helping the shelter raise funds to care for these cats. In addition to donating money, yourself, you can also help if you use eBay to buy or sell products.
Buy and Sell on eBay for the Exotic Heritage Cat Association of America
| Below are pictures of Patches. As you can see, Patches is a beautiful calico with very unique coloration. Besides being gorgeous, Patches is the absolute sweetest little girl. She loves attention and rolls over for her belly rubs. Patches is ten years old and would really like a human to call her own.|
To the ight is Spencer. Spencer is a very sweet cream and white neutered male Spencer has been shown at TICA shows in the Household Pet classes and has achieved the title of Master, which is equivalent to being a Champion in the purebred category. He would dearly love to be adopted. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to welcome Spencer into your home.
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