Bengal

The Bengal cat , also known as a bengal cat , is a hybrid that was born from the cross between a domestic cat and a leopard cat (Asian cat that is still in the wild). The very name of the Bengal cat is born as a consequence of the name of the wild relative also sometimes called the Bengal cat. The creation of this cat has been carried out since 1963 in the United States of America with the help of human intervention. Learn more about the Bengal cat, then the YourCatCareguide.

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 Source
  • America
  • U.S
 FIFE classification
  • Category IV
 Physical characteristics
 Size
 Average weight
  • 3-5
  • 5-6
  • 6-8
  • 8-10
  • 10-14
 Hope of life
  • 8-10
  • 10-15
  • 15-18
  • 18-20
 Character

Physical appearance

It has a strong and sturdy structure thus opening the way for a large cat . Males tend to be more pronounced, sometimes up to 8 or 9 pounds, while females weigh about 3.5 pounds.

It has a wide round head that, next to a strong and powerful jaw grants a beautiful face to him. The large, almond-shaped eyes are yellowish-green in color, which, together with the short, pointed ears, give it the wild look that the breeders are looking for.

The body of the Bengal cat is strong and has the raised loin part. The hair is short, soft and thick. The only standard for what the Bengal cat has is the breed’s own weave , although it may change shades and show a small variety that includes:

  • Ivory, cream, yellow, gold and orange colors.

Character

The Bengal cat stands out for its well-known hyperactivity and curiosity . It is an insatiable cat that likes to play and be surrounded by people who devote all the attention. In general, we speak of a loving race and close to those who live with them that will follow throughout the house.

It is a cat that will properly relate to other household animals like other cats, dogs and even ferrets. Being so intelligent you will spend several hours inspecting any detail you find intriguing. It’s a fun cat.

However, it is good to note that sometimes if the level of consanguinity with the wild cat is too close may show different behaviors than ordinary cats, although that is not why it ceases to be a friendly cat.

Cheers

It is very important to keep up with the Bengal cat’s vaccination schedule, as it happens in all other breeds. The most common diseases that can affect your cat’s cane are as follows:

  • Dislocation of the patella : It is usually a consequence of malformations of hereditary or traumatic origin.
  • Cerebral hypoplasia : This is a common congenital abnormality in domestic animals that affects the brain.

Care

The care of the Bengal cat is simple, we can clean the hair with damp cloths so that it looks beautiful besides brushing it from time to time. They will themselves take care of cleaning themselves daily, although if you see extreme dirt you will enjoy with it and give it a refreshing bath. In addition, you should pay special attention to the ears that often create excess earwax, and to the chin that sometimes creates a fat that we can clean without problem.

In addition, it is good to mention the importance of giving you a varied and rich diet using rations and high quality pâtés that will reflect in the shine of the hair.

Curiosities

  • It is recommended to castrate the breed to avoid very dominant behaviors in the case of males or behaviors inherited by the wild factor that surrounds them.
  • The Bengal cat is an excellent swimmer who likes to get wet in the water for pure fun

Emily Harris
 

Hi Guys, Girls, and Cats:-p I am Emily Harris, and you can see in above pic. She loves me I swear. I saved her from a dumpster a few weeks back.

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