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Bengals are an interesting, fun and lovable “dog-like” cat breed. There is a ton of articles from different popular sites that have nothing but positive things to say about the breed. We thought we would share some it them: Little Petunia is a 2 week old piglet that was rejected by her Momma. We are giving her a fighting chance. It was our pleasure to see Larry, a 7-year old gecko.
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#1. People are captivated by cats with a "wild look", and so the Bengal was developed to obtain a cat with wild-like markings, but with the disposition of a domestic cat.
#2. The Bengal cat is considered domesticated from the 4th generation. The early generations of Bengals were a challenge because they were not as socialized.
#3 - The Bengal has an excellent memory. Which can be a good thing as well as a bad thing. For example, if they get stuck in a room all day, they will avoid that area for several weeks.
#4- Because of the Bengal cat's wild traits, it's only natural for them to be exceptional hunters. Don't be surprised to receive a large array of different animals such as squirrels, birds, and moles as gifts.
#5- Bengal cats are good at learning tricks! They are easy to train and can be taught the basic tricks such as 'sit', 'lie down' and 'high five'. But they can also learn how to open doors, turn light switches on and off and even lift up bin lids!
#6- One of the things that is very common with Bengals is their love of water! They are often caught drinking from the tap. Bengals love playing in water and may follow their owners to the bath or shower. Fish owners out there - be careful! Some Bengals enjoy catching goldfish by dipping their paws in the fish tanks.
#7- A very intelligent breed, the Bengal cat is very sensitive to their owner's moods.
#8- Bengal cats are very chatty. It seems like they have the need to communicate about everything, especially when they are trying to tell you that they need or want something. If you ignore them, they will most likely become louder. They can meow in a range of different tones, from sharp to low, giving the impression of a wild animal.
#9- The coat is a Bengal's most notable characteristic. The base colour can be speckled or marbled with different kinds of markings that decorate the coat. This includes bicoloured rosettes, arrow-point rosettes, open rosettes, and closed rosettes. Some Bengals can inherit the "glitter" gene which gives their coat an iridescent sheen and makes it look like their fur is sparkling in the sun!
#10- They are great jumpers and climbers. Bengal cats are very active and can actually jump up to three times their height! Their special climbing abilities enable them to hide in the most unthinkable places. They would most likely beat you hands down during a game of hide and seek!
#11-This breed is not one to doze on the couch all day long. They need a lot of stimulation and activity. Provide them with cat-friendly toys and don't forget to play with them!
#12- Behind their wild look, Bengal's are gentle and affectionate cats. If you have a big family with other pets, then don’t worry because they get along well with everyone.
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Bengals are an interesting, fun and lovable “dog-like” cat breed. There is a ton of articles from different popular sites that have nothing but positive things to say about the breed. We thought we would share some it them:
Little Petunia is a 2 week old piglet that was rejected by her Momma. We are giving her a fighting chance.
It was our pleasure to see Larry, a 7-year old gecko.