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Fianna Bengals - Missy Gilliam

Wild Trax Exotics - Tracy Wilson

Amantra Bengals - Janice Tyler

Bastet Bengals - Shawn Williams

Cheetahsden Bengals - Kelli Faram

JungleKatz Bengals - Bonnie Tanner

Kickapoo Cats Bengals - Joyce Dougherty

Lots Of Spots Bengals - Terra Sinclair

SierraGold Bengals - Kathy Hunter

Solana Ranch Bengals - Robyn Wanner

Nitewindes Bengals - Debbie Anderson

DarkMoon Bengals & Ragdolls - Vickie Schenk

Callista Bengals - Julie Calderon

Tuminello Exotics - Marc Tuminello

ZawieCo Bengals - Lori Graf

Belrouge Bengal Cats

Boyds Bengals - Melody Boyd

Heavenly Spots - Gerald Adams

Anjali Bengals - Dana Scott

Bambusa Forest - Julie Angelloz

Greenmansions Bengals - Sheila Cox

Atouchofgold Bengals - Candi Lee

Kharistan Bengals - CJ Epperson

Pleasant Pond Bengals - Karen Lemaster

Hampton Bengals & Savannahs

Summit Bengals

Atlantica Bengals - Wayne and Brandy Little

Aristocat Bengal - Deborah Tiganila

Tecspot Bengals - Teresa Caudell

Beaux Mondes Bengals - Vicki Beeler

Indian Creek Bengals - Norine Gordon

Spotagious Bengals - Allison Adams

Sanura Exotics - Michelle King

Spotsalot Bengals - Karen Soeteber

Fratal Bengals - Marie Vodicka

Whidbey Bengals - Rachel Nichols

WildRose Bengals - Jessika Meger

Kanpur Bengals - Diana Smith

Wildforest Bengals - Gloria & Keith Richards

Silkenthunder Bengals - Connie McIver

Passions Bengals - Laura Cross

Bengals of MajiNyau - Robert Deley

Marie Bengals - Marie-Lisa Larocque

Xanadu Bengals - Sharon Potts

Bindi Bengals - Yvonne Tell

Affectionate Bengals - Caterina Ziccardi

Jungle Kitten - Anna Nikolaieva

Shurwin Bengals - Pamela Heath

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Bengal Kitten Info

Bengal Kitten Personality

The Bengal is a hybrid, resulting from the crossing of a domestic cat with an Asian leopard cat. The name Bengal doesn't apply to the cat until the fourth generation, when they are considered to be the most stable and domesticated. Most pet Bengals are wild only in looks, not in personality. This breed is muscular, energetic, active, alert and intelligent. They get along wonderfully with other family pets.

Bengal Cat Description

Today Bengals are about the size of a large domestic cat. Female Bengals average from 7 to 11 pounds at maturity, while the more heavily muscled males can average from 11 to 18 pounds at maturity. They are known for their beautifully spotted or marbled coats with high contrast between the pattern and background colors. Bengals come in two coat patterns, spotted and marbled. The spotted should be formed in a random and horizontal pattern rather than vertical. Rosettes are preferred over plain spots but good contrast is more important. The marbled pattern should flow horizontally, and should resemble marble. Their colours come from the wild--black, brown or rust on bright shades of tan, gold or mahogany. Like its wild counterpart, an ivory version of the Bengal is called a snow. The preferred pattern is leopard spots, not tabby stripes, on legs and ribs. Ivory-to-white undersides and small, rounded ears also are desirable.

Temperament is of primary concern, both to breeders and to pet buyers. Modern-day, carefully bred kittens have loving, outgoing personalities. The instinctive suspicion of the wild cat has been bred out through careful selection. The two main things breeders look for are sweet temperament and a beautiful, wild appearance. First-cross (F1) hybrids are often shy, nervous, untouchable cats, much like their wild ancestors. Like mules, first-generation hybrid Bengal males are infertile, but their F1 sisters can reproduce. In subsequent generations, males are fertile so out crosses to domestic cats are no longer needed. In fact, they are undesirable because breeding back to domestics dilutes the wild inheritance.

Are Bengal Kittens Affectionate?

Well-bred Bengals kittens are affectionate, purr enthusiastically and are exceedingly intelligent, a trait probably inherited from the wild cat's natural selection for jungle survival. They use the litter tray, like to climb and run, and are quick and curious about everything. Bengal kitten owners report that their cats retrieve, learn tricks and love water, sometimes coming right into the bath or shower to play with human toes. When Bengals are excited, their tails fluff up into massive raccoon-like tails. Even as adults, Bengals are entertaining and playful, but as in other breeds of domestic cats, they vary greatly in appearance and behavior. In general, skittish, fearful kittens seldom become affectionate pets, but they may bond to certain family members. Bengal kittens often go through an ugly stage of fuzzyness between 2 and 6 months of age in which the clearly contrasted markings are spoiled and blurry.

This muting is probably nature's way of protecting the young; baby cheetahs go through a similar fuzzy stage. Then, depending on the seasons, the fuzzy coat falls out and the coloration returns, unless, of course, the kitten was gray (tawny) at birth. All Bengals must have a black tail tip, regardless of body color. The marbled has no counterpart in the wild, and in captivity no two marbled Bengals are alike. The pattern may be sharply defined patches of color; reminiscent of a stained glass windows, or flowing, twisting streams of clear color. Domestic Bengals are no different than any other domestic cat when it comes to care and feeding.

Bengal Cat Resource and References
By Emma O'Neill, http://www.nevaehbengals.co.uk/Article Source

BENGAL IMAGE By V. Sauvaget [CC-BY-SA-3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

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