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The Bengal is revered for its beautiful coat and outgoing personality, but these cats aren’t for casual pet owners. Bengals are smart and cunning animals that crave attention and are always exploring. A Bengal is a handful, but you can rest assured that life with one will never be boring.
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The Bengal cat is a highly intelligent breed characterised by its wild, leopard-like appearance. It is also incredibly active and playful with an affectionate and gentle temperament.
The Bengal, or ‘miniature leopard’ as it is affectionately known, has become increasingly popular in recent times. In fact, it is one of the most popular breeds of cat. It’s affectionate and playful dog-like qualities make it a great family pet.
The Bengal cat is a domesticated cat breed created from hybrids of domestic cats and the Asian leopard cat – the breed name comes from the taxonomic name. Back-crossing to domestic cats is then done with the goal of creating a healthy, and docile cat with wild-looking, high-contrast coat.
Origin: United States
Felis catus × Prionailurus bengalensis
The Bengal is an average to large-sized, spotted cat breed, “A Bengal’s normal Weight: Males 5-8 kg (11–17 lbs), females 4-5 kg (8.8–11 lbs).”
Bengals are long and lean. Bengals may appear larger than they are because of their muscular bodies.
The earliest mention of an Asian leopard cat × domestic cross was in 1889, when Harrison Weirwrote of them in Our Cats and All About Them.
The next recorded mention of an Asian Leopard Cat x domestic cat cross was in a 1924 Belgian scientific journal, and in 1941 a Japanese cat publication printed an article about one that was kept as a pet.
The early breeding efforts always stopped after just one or two generations. Jean Mill was the breeder who decided to make a domestic cat with a coat like a wild cat.
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