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resolved to the customer's satisfactionResolved Clarkstone Bengals — horrible business
resolved to the customer's satisfaction
I am a very established Bengal breeder. I am a small in-home cattery. I focus on the quality and not the quantity of my Bengals. I have recently retired my queen because she has had 3 litters and I felt it was time to get her fixed. So I am now looking for a new queen to breed. January 19, 2012 I called Dave Clark, the owner of Clarkstone Bengals and it is true that first impressions speak the loudest. This is a family business and ran by my father and I. He proceeded to tell me that I know nothing about breeding Bengals just because I am many years his senior. I told him about the history of my Bengal stud and queen. Clark then tells me that where I purchased them from was a horrible cattery, when in all actuality both of the breeders have won many awards and been featured in TICA. By the way he talks all he cares about is the money. He told me that I had a horrible queen because she had small litters at first, then surprised me with 6 kittens for her final litter! He said you will never make money when you have a queen like that. I said excuse me, and he told me I was being disrespectful! HA, he said I was. The whole time I controlled my temper and attempted to have a nice cordial conversation with him, because I called to do business with him, but he treated the whole conversation like a 'lesson'. This unruly man may be older, but obviously that does not mean anything when it comes to respect and having a business and talking with a potential customer. Yes his kittens are beautiful. But do not fall for this. He is a money hog that is crazy and needs to be in Psychiatric hospital rather than breeding Bengal cats!