Bengal

 

 

 
 

Bengal Temperament
The Bengal cat is:

  • Curious

  • Active

  • Loving

  • Caring

The Bengal cat also has a very good memory, they love to interact with people and are a cat that will sleep during the night, often close to the owner possibly at the end of the bed resulting in them being very active during the day with very little time to lay out in the sun.

Where does the Bengal come from?
The Bengal cat comes from breeding an Asian Leopard Cat with a domestic cat.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

What type of Body does the Bengal have i.e. coat, patterns etc?
The Bengal cat is:

  • Athletic

  • Robust

  • Agile

  • Graceful

  • Soft, Silky coat

The Bengal cat's coat consists of two variations, spotted and marbled. The spotted coat is made up with either a solid colour spot or a spot that has a dark ring around an orange spot. The marbled coat looks very much like a panthers horizontal markings.

What type of coat does an Bengal have ?
The Bengal cats coat is very soft and silky to touch. Also, people that are allergic to cats hair are less likely to be affected by the Bengal cats coat.

History of the Bengal ?
The Bengal cat is quite a new breed of cat. It was bred in the USA by breeding an Asian Leopard Cat with a Domestic Cat. The goal was to creat a cat that look like the Asian Leopard Cat but to be as trustworthy around people as the Domestic cat.

Food the Bengal eats ?
The Bengal will eat any cat food you decide to feed him or her. Keep in mind that a healthy diet is very important for the wellbeing of you much loved cat.

Is the Bengal an indoor or outdoor cat ?
The Bengal cat can be let out or kept in however they are an expensive cat so letting them out may be a risk.

Does the Bengal have health problem ?
The Bengal cat is susceptible to food poisoning more so than other cats. This includes human food poisoning, if very severe it can lead to death. Like people, they will suffer from symptoms such as vomiting, weakness, diarrhea, fever and stomach upset. Things such as bacteria and fungus can cause problems for your Bengal cat.

 

  • Bengal temperament ?
  • Where does the Bengal come from ?
  • Where does the Bengal originate ?
  • What type of body does the Bengal Have ?
  • What type of coat does an Bengal have ?
  • What type of pattern does an Bengal have ?
  • History of the Bengal ?
  • Physical characteristics of the Bengal
  • Food the Bengal eats ?
  • Is the Bengal an indoor cat ?
  • Is the Bengal an outdoor cat ?
  • Does the Bengal have health problem ?
 

Bengal

 
 

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