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Any one know about Bengals?

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Katnisnevergreen Sun 21-Feb-16 12:22:12

My little rescue farm cat from a feral background is a demon, and looking at his markings I'm beginning to think he may have some Bengal in him somewhere. He's a greyish tabby but half of him is tiger stripes with much clearer lines than most tabbys seem to be, and his back end is spotty. He also has the most beautiful spotted belly which is much paler. He is a handsome little demon at least. He also has huge feet and legs for his size ( I'm slightly worried how big he'll get 😳). His newest fame his fetch which he will play for ages, bringing toys or paper balls back like a dog to be thrown again 😀 He also talks non stop.
Obviously it doesn't make a difference one way or the other, but I just wondered if this sounds familiar?

sashh Sun 21-Feb-16 14:52:36

I wondered this about mine - especially when she curls up on the side of the bath with me in it.

BreakfastAtStephanies Sun 21-Feb-16 21:33:27

Yes, this is ours too. His mother was part-Bengal and nobody knows about his father but I suspect feral/farm cat. He has the tiger stripes and splodges on his belly and the vet could see " rosettes " markings on his sides. He is sleek coated and very handsome with green eyes. I love him. Might try to post a photo.

He is a ruthless hunter and killer; loves being outside. He has had large prey items including pigeon and a squirrel. I have met a pair of pure Bengal, they belong to my DM's neighbour. They live in a rural area and those Bengals catch pheasants sometimes.

Redbindippers101 Thu 25-Feb-16 18:51:34

Sounds par for the course, ours is a gobby, vicious little shit. She loves water, tormenting her "sister" and getting her own way. Oh, and killing things.

sugarplumfairy28 Thu 25-Feb-16 19:45:48

Try this link here, it is very good for working these sorts of things out.

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