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So what is a Bengal? A Bengal is what is called a Hybrid, a cross between an Asian Leopard Cat and a Domestic Cat. So when ones referrers to a "purebred" Bengal we are referring to that of a Bengal cat bred back with a Bengal cat or in the event of an E.G. or Early Generation Bengal such as the F1 we are referring to a Bengal bred back to a ALC all of which are in the end Purebred / Hybrids.
What are the personality traits? The Bengal is a very intelligent, high energy cat, with a love for play as well as others of its kind. Some may say that the Bengals are just crazy, wild, if you will and yes you can imagine with some genetic traits from its truly wild ancestors the ALC or Asian Leopard Cat there would in fact be some validity to these claims. However to say that the Bengals aren't "lap cats" or lovable is entirely incorrect. If properly socialized the Bengals are very amorous and lovable creatures. With this said just as we humans all have different personalities and so do Bengals. Each Bengal kitten will have its own unique personality. As I tell futures buyers we here at Chic Exotix have a very large focus on Socialization. After hours and hours of consistent love and attention I grow to know every kitten very well and can say that when each Bengal Kitten leaves to its forever home it will be socialized. I grow to know some kittens down to knowing their own unique meow lol. Despite all the socialization there will still be certain traits that stand out within each litter. I can tell you out of the litter which Bengal Kittens are the outgoing ones, the shy ones, the frisky ones, the adventure seekers, the sneaky ones and the love bugs. Part of my goal here is to place every Bengal Kitten in the right home with the right family where he/she will thrive. So to sum this up yes Bengals will be high energy, they will be wild at times, but each one will be uniquely lovable and well behaved so long as we find you you're perfect baby and work together to make sure that all the proper environments, and transitioning is done along the way. With the right toys, attention and transitioning to enhance bonding your decision to adopt a Bengal Kitten will be one of your life's fondest memories.
What are the physical traits of a Quality Bengal Kitten? According to the "Breed Standard" The Bengal type should be a
very strong muscular build, with round eyes, a round front skull,
wide set ears of a smaller size, a very straight and strong profile, puffy whisker pads, strong chin, slightly longer legs in the back than front, nice thick tail optimum would be that of one that has a consistent girth, the tail length should go about half way down the back if pulled back up against the spine, pronounced knuckles, a smooth silky pelt, and pattern with a flow that should leave no hesitation of the eye from tip of nose to top of tail. These are some of the most common trait standards among others. Now obviously there is no "Perfect" Bengal Kitten but there should be a noticeable effort put forth by Reputable Bengal Breeders to try their best to have as many of these traits as possible. As such some Bengal Kittens will possess more of these qualities or stronger qualities these Bengal Kittens will often be
considered "Show/Breeder Quality" and as such may be chosen
out of the litter to only be placed with a Registered Reputable
Breeder for their program, or sold as a Pet of Show
Quality which typically denotes a slightly higher