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Facts About the Bengal Cat
Bengals originated from crossbreeding or mixing domestic cats with the wild Asian leopard cat or Prionailurus bengalensis (a type of small wildcat or jungle cat). The purpose of this breeding was to obtain a cat with the disposition of a domesticated cat but with the wild and crazy markings of the Asian leopard cat.
The leopard cat looks very much like a domestic cat, except for the larger, snapping eyes, pronounced whisker pads, longer legs, and brilliant leopard-style markings. It looks, in fact, like a miniature leopard.
The Bengal could never be called delicate. They’re athletes: agile and graceful with a strong, muscular body, as befits a cat who looks as if they belong in the jungle. Despite their wild appearance, Bengal cats are actually quite affectionate with their human families.
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Bengal Cats are no more prone to behavior problems then other cat breeds or moggies. They have no more or fewer cat litter box issues than any other breed, nor are they more or less aggressive then other cats. The same triggers that cause other purebred cats and non-breed cats to have behavior problems can trigger a Bengal Cat to have challenges.
Since Bengals are classified as a tabby their bellies must always be spotted (occasionally marbles have elongated belly spots). Just because a cat has spots on its belly, does not mean it’s a Bengal or a Bengal mix (tabbies have spotted bellies).
George, you went above and beyond in helping me pick out Leo, my little kitty. He has brought me so much joy and I am happy to give him a great home.-Linda S.