Bengal cat website launched matching breeders, owners worldwide

Bengal Kitten List UK taken over and relaunched as Bengal Classifieds

News Released: November 20, 2006

(PRLEAP.COM) Bengal Kitten List(uk) was launched in 2004 to service a niche market in pet advertising:- The Bengal cat, however, the company only targeted the UK market. Now, following it’s takeover, it has relaunched itself under the Bengal Classifieds moniker, and has expanded to encompass a worldwide market.

Initially developed as a part time project, the Bengal Kitten List(UK) was launched three years ago to service a niche market in pet advertising:- The Bengal cat (a hybrid cat developed by mating an Asian Leopard Cat with a domestic cat). The website acted as a conduit to bring Bengal Breeders and prospective Bengal owners together. This targeted approach to niche advertising proved a formula for success, however, since inception, the company had only ever focused on the United Kingdom market.

Now, following its takeover earlier this year, the company has been busy behind the scenes redeveloping the service and is about to re-launch itself under the ‘Bengal Classifieds’ moniker (http://www.bengalclassifieds.com). In addition to a visual overhaul of its website, the service has been expanded. Firstly, following visitor feedback, the site has shifted from focusing solely on kittens and has now moved to encompass adult cats as well. Secondly, and more importantly, having previously been focused purely on the UK market, the service has now been expanded to cover a worldwide audience, with sections of the site devoted to the US, UK, Canadian, European, Australasian & Rest of the World geographic areas.

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