WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE A TENDER MINI LEOPARD?

Bengals are courageous, tender, cheeky and affectionate companions. Yes almost like dogs!

They understand extremely quick, are smart and super curious! You can teach them a lot, not only retrieving. :-)

They constantly look for new games and activities, even into old age. That’s why, they always keep this elegant slim appearance of a leopard with a real catwalk, which is quite impressive.

They love so much water that you please do not be surprised if they want to regularly bathe or shower with you.

In 1986 was abled the geneticist Jean Mill create this new race. By an attempt to breed out feline, they bred the small Asian Leopard (ALC) with a domestic cat. At the end of the series was the Bengal cat, which has since captured and enthusiastic the hearts of cat lovers around the world.

 

If you first time strokes a Bengal cat, you will instinctively call out “WOW!”

Their fur is soft as silk, or it feels like a mink.

What's more is that it seems suffused with gold on the Browns, and on Snows it glistens like snow in the morning sun. Our Bengals have all a lot of glitter!

It is not possible to turn your eyes away of this cat!

The coat needs no special care, no brush. Barely no hair!
This cat is even suitable for allergy sufferers!

Only between the 3rd and the 13th week, sometimes up to a half of year, it may happen that the magnificent animal looks like an ugly ducky. This is called “FUZZI” (long black hair fuzziness) or “frozen” Kitten (covert with ice). This phenomenon comes from the wildlife and is a natural camouflage. Your breeder will advise you what kitten will moult to your swan.

Bengal lives to 20 years!
They have a very robust health and vitality.
Changes in food should be about min. a week, better over two weeks.
The premium food should always be available at their free disposal to avoid excessive appetite and in a row overweight. A cat eats an average of up to 24 small meals a day. Correspondingly, the gastro-intestinal tract is constructed.

 

We are not suggesting holding a single Bengal. They are extremely social, sociable and active. Loneliness often leads to problems of behavior. It need not to be necessarily two cats, a Bengal is compatible and harmonious very well with other cats, extremely well even to a dog. You should only differ by age, not too far. Incidentally Bengals are also very fond of children.

If you decide to take two Bengal cats, then it does not matter if there are two girls or a girl and a boy. If they come from one litter ore house, they already know each other and will always love and care for one another.

 

“The kitten is looking for his owners from themselves.” Is a failed idea. The character is the one inherited from the parents, and it is also highly important that it’s paid attention to each individual kitten. A good breeder does not proceed only a healthy, but also a well-socialized line. These little kittens are fearless and curious about everything that moves. They love to play with each other endlessly, until they can simply fall in a deep sleep, sometimes on the spot.

Bengals are precocious, as early as the 5/6. month.
I advise to early neutering before the first heat cycle.
This has the following advantages:

  • It prevents long-term studies, uterine, breast, prostate and similar infections!
  • They remain agile and playful, they are also after neutering much more affectionate, since there is no more needed rank fights and territorial markers.
  • Also, the coat can become more beautiful and soft.

Even a Begalkitten is always an individual personality.

They are clowns, dogs and monkeys, athletes and best friends, and of course little kids at the same time!

A Bengal cat is like a drug: if you have one, you want another one and another one. :-)

That is the best cat in the world!
Independent, graceful, full of love and affection they will sneak into your heart forever!

A LICK AND A PROMISE

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