Ser en' dip I ti, (noun)

Recognised as one of the most beautiful words in the English language, serendipity is defined as the occurrence of making pleasant and desirable discoveries by pure accident

 It is also deemed as one of the most difficult words to translate in the English language due to its whimsical and magical nature

Welcome to Serendipity Bengals

We are TICA-registered breeders of top-quality health tested, HCM negative, fully socialised and 'bombproof' Bengal kittens based in Staffordshire, England.

Established in 2015 but with over a decade of research into the Bengal breed behind us before we even thought about moving into breeding, we specialise in producing wild-looking and beautiful Snow, Charcoal, Blue and Silver Bengal kittens with excellent type and contrast that conform closely to the TICA breed standard. 

If you aren't familiar with the breed standard, please click here to learn more.

What's in a name...?

We chose the name 'Serendipity' because as you can see from the definition at the top of the page, Serendipity describes a 'happy accident', which is really how our passion for Bengals came about. 

  I hadn't heard of the breed until one day, mindlessly searching the internet at aged 19, I chanced upon a website full of the most beautiful glittered, rosetted, wild looking Bengal cats and from then on, I was in love with the breed. 

  Fast-forward to 17 years later and here we are, being clambered over by bouncing baby Bengals on a regular basis - and I wouldn't have it any other way :)

Beautiful Bengal kittens from our previous litters...

(Left to right; Mink rosetted female, Mink Solid female, Mink Charcoal female)