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The International Cat Association defines the Bengal as at least a fourth-generation descendant of a crossing between the wild Asian Leopard Cat and a domestic cat. The first three foundation crosses are identified as F1s, F2s and F3s. The ideal Bengal is domestic in personality, but displays the wild cat's pattern of rosetted spotting and the pelted look. The traditional Bengal color is brown tabby--black, brown or rust color in clear contrast to a tan or orange background. These cats are curious, entertaining and have a special love of water.
Are Bengal Cats Prone to Certain Behavior Issues?
CatChannel and CAT FANCY cat behaviorist Marilyn Krieger, CCBC, explains why Bengals have the same cat behavior concerns as other cat breeds.
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If you’re interested in adopting a rescued purebred cat, such as a Bengal, use this list to contact a rescue group in your area or a nationwide organization.
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