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The Bengals are one of the most popular breeds out there, referred to as the Rolls Royce of kitties. They are extremely strong and require a lot of attention. They make excellent family pets if you have the time to devote to them.

Sheba - Spotted Female Bengal Kitten

SHEBA - Spotted Female Bengal Kitten

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Date Of Birth:  1/19/2014

$950

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Gingersnap - Spotted Female Bengal Kitten

GINGERSNAP - Spotted Female Bengal Kitten

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Date Of Birth:  4/08/2014

$475

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Spice - Spotted Female Bengal Kitten

SPICE - Spotted Female Bengal Kitten

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DOB:  4/08/2014

$475

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Tiger - Spotted Male Bengal Kitten

TIGER - Spotted Male Bengal Kitten

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Date Of Birth:  4/08/2014

$475

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BENGAL CATS ARTICLE Minimize

            The Bengal cat is probably one of today’s most sought-after breeds, often referred to as the ”Rolls-Royce” of kitties.  These one-of-a-kind cats have a completely unique look of their own. They originated in 1963 from an Asian Leopard cat crossed with a domestic short-hair cat. The resulting pattern is quite striking, with a spotted, or marbled appearance, while the shorter coat enables the cat to keep itself well-groomed, requiring little help from their owners.  With round ears, large eyes, and intense facial markings, these cats are truly beautiful. Their hind legs are longer than their front legs, which makes them very powerful, fast runners.

            A fascinating inherited trait in the Bengals is their immunity to Feline Leukemia, and if taken care of properly, these cats are normally very healthy. Another interesting characteristic about the Bengals is that their meow doesn’t sound like a meow at all; it sounds more like a light bark, fortunately, it’s quite cute, as they tend to be a vocal kitty.

            These unique kitties are good pets, but are recommended more for experienced caregivers and people who have a lot of time and patience to devote to them. The Bengal is very energetic and playful, including at night, and needs to be entertained. They are great jumpers, climbers, and chewers, and can wreak havoc: if you prefer a sedate atmosphere and delicate knick-knacks in your home, a more docile breed may be a better choice for you, but if you have the time to devote to them and are looking for a truly unique, high-energy cat, then the Bengal is a great choice.

          The Bengal cat a very inquisitive breed that are richly colored with distinctive marbling spots. The Bengal's alluring charm and beauty have made them extremely popular. The Bengals love to climb high and are naturally busy by nature. They do enjoy being held on your lap, but also love to have fun chasing, playing, climbing, and investigating their surroundings. A lot of Bengals love to play in water and will often even try to jump in the shower with you! They are a lot of fun!


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BENGAL CAT CHARACTERISTICS Minimize

Characteristic Rating Description
Affectionate with Owners 7 Affectionate with Owner Most of the Time
Attention Requirements 8 Desires Frequent Attention
Compatibility with children 3 Most Do Not Do Well With Children
Compatibility with other pets 3 Most Do Not Do Well With Other Pets
Docile / Gentle / & Compliant 2 Not Docile, Highly Aggressive
Frequency of Health Issues 6 Few Health Issues and Concerns
Frequency of Vocalization 3 Usually Quiet with Very Little Vocalizing
Level of Activity 9 Extremely Active
Level of Grooming Required 2 Almost No Grooming Required
Level of Independence 4 Not Independent, Prefers Companionship
Level of Intelligence 9 Extremely Intelligent and Easily Trained
Playful (Love Of Toys & Games) 9 Playful Most of the Time

 

Characteristic Characteristic Description
General Appearance The Bengal breeding program has the goal of creating a domietic cat that has the physical features that are distinctive to the small forest dwelling wild cats but with the dependable loving temperment of the deomestic cat.
Body Style Substantial, long, and muscular. Not the oriental or foreign body.
Coat Type Coat length is short to medium with a thick texture.  Should feel luxurious and unusually soft.
Eye Shape and Color Eyes are large, oval and set wid apart.  May be slightly almond shaped.  Eye color for the seal lynx point is blue, for the seal sepia tabby or seal mink tabby is aqua.
Head Shape Head should be a broad modified wedge with rounded contours.  Muzzle should be full and broad with high prounounced cheekbones.  Large prominent whisker pads and the nose should be large and wide with lightly puffed nose leather.  Nose has a very slight concave curve.
Ear Shape Ears are medium to small, short with a wide base and rounded tips.  Should be set as much on the side as the top of the head.
Tail Shape Tail is thick and tapered with a rounded tip.
Available Colors Coat color and patterns are brown tabby, seal lynx point, and seal sepia/mink tabby.
Show Disqualification Awards will be withheld for the belly not being spotted, paw pads not consitent with color group description or if paw pads are not all the same color.  Any sign of definite challenge.
Outcrosses Allowed None

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