OUR WAIT LIST POLICY
- To make a reservation, a minimum $500.00 nonrefundable Litter Reservation deposit is required. This deposit is good for 12 months and can "float" from litter to litter until you find your purr-fect kitty. If you do not pick a kitten within the first year, simply add another $500 to your deposit and both deposits will be good for another year. All deposits and payments are nonrefundable, but will be credited towards the cost of your kitten.
- You can choose to assign your deposit to an existing or upcoming litter. Depending upon the order in which your deposit was received, you will be entitled to 1st, 2nd, or 3rd pick of any available kittens in that litter.
- HOW ASSIGNMENT WORKS: Go N' Rogue Bengal Kittens become available after I have made my determination as to which, if any, kittens in that litter need to be retained for my breeding program. Usually this decision is made by the time the kittens' eyes are open (around 14 days), at which time the 1st pick deposit holder can then make their selection. The remaining available kittens are then offered to the 2nd pick deposit holder, and then to the 3rd. If no other people are waiting in line for a kitten from that litter, the selection decision can be delayed another week or two, if desired by a deposit holder. All selections must be made by the time the kittens are 4 weeks old.
- Once you have selected your GNR Bengal, an additional $1500 nonrefundable Kitten Reservation deposit is required to reserve the kitten you chose. All your deposits are then locked onto and subtracted from the cost of that particular kitten, which is then posted as SOLD on my For Sale page. You now have committed to buying that particular kitten and can no longer move your deposit to a new litter or new kitten. Your reserved kitten must be paid for in full prior to pickup or shipping.
- PLEASE NOTE: I sometimes send you a video or post photos of your kitten to its Personal page so you can have the pleasure of watching it as it grows. Photos are updated whenever I can find the time to do so. Although you are welcome to ask when a new photo might be posted, please understand that this is a time-consuming courtesy.