Pictured above, is Camelottaspots King George. Georgie is a Quadruple Grand Champion in TICA and was 13th Best Shorthair Cat in the SW Region for the 2005-2006 show season. In addition to that, Georgie was the number two marble Bengal Internationally. He has an absolutely stunning pattern and in addition to his tiny ears, he passes on great clarity of coat to his offspring. Georgie had accumulated well over 6500 points, but alas, was not able to capture that elusive Best Cat award for his Supreme Grand Champion Title.
Pictured, above, is QGC Camelottaspots Flaming Torch. "Flame" is a rather big boy, weighing in at sixteen pounds. He is highly rufoused in his coloring and has produced some very nice Bengal kittens. Flame was shown exensively in TICA shows and is also a Quadruple Grand Champion. He has a wonderful disposition that he has passed along to all of his babies.
The photo above depicts Camelottaspots King of Spades. Although the picture was taken when King was still a kitten, it demonstrates his clear, highly contrasted coat and his wonderful profile, none of which have changed in the slightest as he has matured. King was shown in Bengal classes as a kitten and as an adult, where he made his way to Double Grand Champion before we retired him from showing. King has very little tarnish on his super clear and highly rosetted silver coat. The contrast between his background coat and his spotting pattern is incredible. To top it off, he has the sweetest disposition one could ever ask for in a stud cat.