That url is for a Michigan cat breeder. There's prolly more, but that's the only one I found. Also you could have a kitten shipped to you from any number of breeders, but to me that doesn't seem quite right.
I felt that I had done a lot of research when I decided on a Bengal. And in fact I did. But even tons of research didn't really prepare me for what I was getting in to.
I chose my breeder for several reasons. She had a nice professional website that she updated frequently. She is also a certified Vet Technician. I liked her quick responses to my emails and her willingness to answer all my questions. Plus this picture pretty much sold me anyways:
I made an appointment to go see him and after I talked to the breeder for a while we decided we had a deal. I took him home that day.
He meowed for the ENTIRE two hour ride home. And I don't mean little mews. I mean full on cursing meows, with attitude. Once he settled in to his new home he didn't stop meowing then either. I know that a couple of people have said in this thread that their bengal isn't vocal, but ...not in my case!
I can't stress how sweet of a boy my Toby is, but he definitly tried my patience as a kitten. Many a day I would find a ripped up roll of toilet paper. Plus he liked the game of knocking things off the table. Everything was a toy in his eyes. Having a bengal kitten is going to take more energy than a regular kitten. It's almost like having a puppy on your hands.
However, on the bright side they do settle down. Toby meows much less frequently now. More like a call to play, or an alert that it's past his feeding time. And then of course the occassional hello meows. He's still a very curious cat, and that's a trait all bengals share. Also, bengals are high energy. My boy will play fetch for hours on end if I only had the patience. But like most bengal owners will report, he's not a lap cap by any means. He shys away when you go to touch his head, and he startles easily. So while I can't pick him up at will, he is almost invariably with me everywhere I go. And in fact he was sleeping in my lap for the last 45 minutes or so.
But one serious word of advice. Take the kitten to the vet within the specified amount of time on your contract with the breeder. My breeder specified a three day time window. I took him later than that, at the time for his next specified vaccination. You'll note that you'll have to find a vet that has killed vaccines. Bengals can react badly otherwise. My regular vet didn't offer this, so I took him to a newly established practice that did. It was situated beside a giant SuperPet. The vet there had a real flare for playing up the dramatics. She found a lot of ear wax, so gave me medication for earmites. Then she found a heart murmer and told me that I needed to get an xray and ultrasound or else I couldn't get him neutered. I believe she also said that one day I'd wake up and my kitten would be dead. Then she started bad mouthing breeders. At first I was really upset and I sent an email to the breeder telling her how shocked I was. She responded with equal suprise and offered to pay for the medication, and to take my cat to her own vetrinarian who she used to work with. She showed appropriate concern, but I instead took him to my own usual vet. I explained what the other vet had found to him. He said he didn't see any ear mites, but to keep using the medication anyways. Then he told me that the heart murmer was so minor it shouldn't prevent him from having a long, healthy life, or from a safe neuter. Also, after doing research on the internet I found out that x-rays are of little to no help when it comes to heart murmers. So I guess the moral of this story is, get your kitten to the vet ASAP, so if there is a problem you can find a second opinion and/or return the kitten to the breeder within the time of the contract.
All said, my bengal is the most intelligent cat I've ever had the fortune of living with, and with the fullest, most colourful personality.