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So what is a Bengal?

The Bengal Cat is a hybrid, created by crossing Asian Leopard Cats with domestic cats. The breed was created and developed by Jean Mill who envisaged developing a domestic cat which looked like a little leopard. Bengals were recognized as a breed in America in 1986. In the early stage of developing the breed Jean produced a marble which created a sensation in the cat world and the marble pattern was added to the breed standard. Subsequently, new colours were also accepted into the standard by selectively introducing various purebred breeds. Siamese, Burmese and Tonkinese produced the blue eyed lynx snow, gold eyed Sepia snow and aqua eyed Mink Snow. Silver spotted American Short Hairs contributed to the stunning silver Bengal the "Snow Leopard" of the breed. Charcoals are Silver Bengals with a dark face mask and cape over shoulders and back (the Zorro affect) Melanistic Bengals appear all black but like the Black Panther, faint patterns are just visible. The Browns come in a range of shades from cool to warm colors. Some Bengals display the much admired glitter effect on their coats. In the sun the whole coat lights up with sparkling copper, gold, and silver metallic lights. The Bengal standard requires that they have small head, small rounded ears, large eyes,puffy whisker pads a long muscular body. The Asian Leopard Cat is an accomplished swimmer and fish catcher. Bengals ancestoral instinct make them drawn to water. Some merely enjoy kicking water out of drinking bowls while others will join owners in the bath or shower. Some even swim in the ocean.
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You can find the cheetah dress in a brown spotted, the leopard and the jaguar in a brown rosetted, the snow leopard in a silver or a snow, the black panther in a melanistic (black). Almost all big cats have their miniatures represented in this magnificent cat breed. Bengal cats come in two pattern styles: spotted and marble. Spot patterns can look like a cheetah’s or a jaguar’s. Marble patterns look like elongated, blotchy tabby stripes and are the rarer pattern style among Bengals. As for Bengal cat colors, they’re like your typical cats – there’s a wide variety. You’ve got your browns and reds, you’ve got creams and off-whites, silver, black, blue, and charcoal colors to choose from. There are many exotic blends and flavors to choose from with Bengal cats. You can’t help but love them all!
Bengal Cats Colors Summary Source - Bengalcats.co
To see examples of colours and patterns To open PDF file Source - Bengalcats.co

about bengal cats

So what is a Bengal?

The Bengal Cat is a hybrid, created by crossing Asian Leopard Cats with domestic cats. The breed was created and developed by Jean Mill who envisaged developing a domestic cat which looked like a little leopard. Bengals were recognized as a breed in America in 1986. In the early stage of developing the breed Jean produced a marble which created a sensation in the cat world and the marble pattern was added to the breed standard. Subsequently, new colours were also accepted into the standard by selectively introducing various purebred breeds. Siamese, Burmese and Tonkinese produced the blue eyed lynx snow, gold eyed Sepia snow and aqua eyed Mink Snow. Snow Bengals Silver spotted. American Spotted Short hairs contributed to the stunning silver Bengal the "Snow Leopard" of the breed. Charcoals are Silver Bengals with a dark face mask and cape over shoulders and back (the Zorro affect) Melanistic Bengals appear all black but like the Black Panther, faint patterns are just visible. The Browns come in a range of shades from cool to warm colors. Some Bengals display the much admired glitter effect on their coats. In the sun the whole coat lights up with sparkling copper, gold, and silver metallic lights. The Bengal standard requires that they have small head, small rounded ears, large eyes,puffy whisker pads a long muscular body. The Asian Leopard Cat is an accomplished swimmer and fish catcher. Bengals ancestoral instinct make them drawn to water. Some merely enjoy kicking water out of drinking bowls while others will join owners in the bath or shower. Some even swim in the ocean
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To see examples of colours and patterns To open PDF file Source - Bengalcats.co
Bengal Cats Colors Summary Source - Bengalcats.co
You can find the cheetah dress in a brown spotted, the leopard and the jaguar in a brown rosetted, the snow leopard in a silver or a snow, the black panther in a melanistic (black). Almost all big cats have their miniatures represented in this magnificent cat breed. Bengal cats come in two pattern styles: spotted and marble. Spot patterns can look like a cheetah’s or a jaguar’s. Marble patterns look like elongated, blotchy tabby stripes and are the rarer pattern style among Bengals. As for Bengal cat colors, they’re like your typical cats – there’s a wide variety. You’ve got your browns and reds, you’ve got creams and off- whites, silver, black, blue, and charcoal colors to choose from. There are many exotic blends and flavors to choose from with Bengal cats. You can’t help but love them all!