The Bengal cat is a great choice if you are looking for a feline friend who will be more than just a lap cat. They make great companions and will keep you entertained.
Bengals are wild creatures with wild origins. The Bengal breed was created by combining small, wild Asian leopards and domestic cats. This gives the Bengal breed its unique look without feral aggression. There are many Bengal kittens for sale available if you want to adopt them.
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Jean Sudgen, was the first to breed Bengals. They were officially recognized by The International Cat Association in 1991.
Although they are not as big as the giant Maine Coon Bengals, their physique is still strong and athletic. Bengals are generally between 8 and 15 pounds.
Their exotic jungle cat appearance is reflected in their marbling and spots. The Bengal cat is the only domestic breed to have rosette markings. They can come in a variety of colors including black, chocolate, and rust.
These lively felines are very active and almost always "on-the-move" – a trait that its leopard ancestors required for survival.
Bengals are very playful and love to interact with humans. Bengals love playing in the water. A Bengal will often join his owner at the shower.
You might consider getting a motion-sensitive faucet for your cat or a pet fountain to allow him to drink whenever he likes.