Why should you get a Bengal cat?
The Bengal cat is now more popular than ever: stars demonstrate their pets on social networks, breeders represent the breed ideal for keeping, and an unusual color conquers the hearts of cat owners. Many people want to have an affectionate mini-leopard at home.
The breed originated not so long ago – in the 80s of the last century thanks to the crossing of a wild Bengal cat and an ordinary domestic one. The breeder wanted to create a hardy breed that physically is not inferior to a wild cat and at the same time remains affectionate and devoted to the owner, like a domestic.
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The average life expectancy is 15 years.
You can identify a Bengal cat by its characteristic coloring, which resembles the color of a leopard. Because of this, the Bengal cat is sometimes called a leopard, but the breed itself has nothing to do with this animal.
The pattern on the skin is represented by a marble or spotted pattern. There are several varieties of color:
spot or rosette on gold;
marble on gold;
spot or rosette on silver;
marble on silver;
The coat is short, dense, shiny and silky to the touch. An important element of breed identification will be the presence of spots (pattern) on the belly.