What is a Stud?
A stud is a cat that mates with queens so that they can have kittens. Usually, a stud has more than one mate at a time, which is why you will see a lot of the same patterns on kittens. All of our studs are amazing boys, and some have participated in shows! Overall, every kitten adopts their beautiful patterns.
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AspenGold Moon Shadow
“Shadow” is a sweet and affectionate boy. His random pattern and his gold and dark brown colors are beautiful against his light beige background. He has distinctive eyebrows that he puts on all his kittens that we call “Groucho Marks Brows”!
BBBengals Lone Star of AspenGold
Lone Star came to us from BBBengals, Houston, TX. He was very shy when he arrived, but has become comfortable here at AspenGold. His first litter of kittens have lovely patterns and colors.
Miracle is such a special boy! He was near death as a tiny kitten and thank heavens he survived! He is quite unusual in his coloring and I have no idea where the aqua eyes came from, but I love them! His pattern is quite interesting as well, because it looks similar to the patterns of some of the clouded leopards. We have been so eager to see what patterns he puts on his kittens and I am happy to report he is the sire to one of our anticipated litters!
Snowball of AspenGold
Snowball is simply a darling; He looks like a snow bengal teddy bear! He’ll be a year old in October and he will begin his job of producing our new snow Bengal line.
Silkenfir Tequila Sunrise of Aspengold
This is our newest stud boy. We loved his warm, rich colors and wanted to find a name to reflect those tributes.
We tossed around sunset names; Golden Sunset, Autumn Sunset, Beautiful Sunset , but nothing really hit us until our neighbor came over to see him and said, “You should call him Tequila Sunrise!” We both said, “Oh yea, that’s perfect!” And so it is his registered name. But I became uncomfortable going around the house calling, “Tequila, Tequila, where is my Tequila? So we call him Sunny!