Top 10 Bengal Cat Pictures of The Month

Bengal Cats may look like feral or wild cat, however many breeders insist that Bengal Cats are as  lovably friendly and docile as any full-blooded domestic cat. Fanciers describe Bengals as playful, gregarious, and energetic cats that have a generous dose of feline curiosity and that want to be involved with their family.

Here we collected Some Facts about Bengals and placed the Top 10 Bengal Cat Pictures we gathered around the web. Choose your best pick below.

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The Bengal breed originated as a human-made hybrid of the Asian leopard cat and the domestic cat. The leopard cat (Felis bengalensis ) is a cat-sized inhabitant of southern Asia and is thought to be one of the closest of the modern undomesticated cat species to the ancient common ancestor of the cat family.  Info/Photo Via  petfinder | coolcattreehouse

 

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Bengals are large cats, they  can weigh between 8 to 15 pounds.
Photo via bt-images

 

 

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The Bengal is highly active and highly intelligent. This makes him fun to live with, but he can sometimes be challenging. On the whole, the Bengal is a confident,  friendly cat who is always alert.  Info via cattime

 

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It comes in several colors and patterns, including brown tabby, seal mink tabby, black silver tabby, and seal silver lynx point. The coat can be spotted randomly or in horizontal patterns, or it can be marbled, with horizontal stripes arranged randomly on a lighter background.
It comes in several colors and patterns, including brown tabby, seal mink tabby, black silver tabby, and seal silver lynx point. The coat can be spotted randomly or in horizontal patterns, or it can be marbled, with horizontal stripes arranged randomly on a lighter background.  Info via cattime

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It’s a good idea to keep a Bengal as an indoor-only cat to protect him from diseases spread by other cats, attacks by dogs or coyotes, and the other dangers that face cats who go outdoors, such as being hit by a car. Keeping him indoors also protects local birds and wildlife from this avid hunter.
Read more at cattime.com  | Photo via adpost

 

 

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Fond of playing in water, the Bengal is not above jumping into the tub or strolling into the shower with you. Aquarium and pond fish may be at risk from his clever paws. He also loves to climb and can often be found perching at the highest point he can reach in the home. Read more at http://cattime.com/cat-breeds/bengal-cats#vua1GTw4hxGg0Jmf.99
Fond of playing in water, the Bengal is not above jumping into the tub or strolling into the shower with you. Aquarium and pond fish may be at risk from his clever paws. He also loves to climb and can often be found perching at the highest point he can reach in the home.
Info via cattime  | Photo via kizzmekitty

 

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The active and social Bengal is a perfect choice for families with children and cat-friendly dogs. He will play fetch as well as any retriever, learns tricks easily and loves the attention he receives from children who treat him politely and with respect. He’s smart enough to get out of the way of toddlers but loves school-age children because they are a match for his energy level and curiosity. Read more at http://cattime.com/cat-breeds/bengal-cats#vua1GTw4hxGg0Jmf.99
The active and social Bengal is a perfect choice for families with children and cat-friendly dogs. He will play fetch as well as any retriever, learns tricks easily and loves the attention he receives from children who treat him politely and with respect. He’s smart enough to get out of the way of toddlers but loves school-age children because they are a match for his energy level and curiosity. Info via cattime  | Photo via marthastewart

 

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Nothing scares him, certainly not dogs, and he will happily make friends with them if they don’t give him any trouble. Always introduce any pets, even other cats, slowly and in a controlled setting. Read more at http://cattime.com/cat-breeds/bengal-cats#vua1GTw4hxGg0Jmf.99
Nothing scares bengal cats, certainly not dogs, and he will happily make friends with them if they don’t give him any trouble. Always introduce any pets, even other cats, slowly and in a controlled setting.  Info via cattime

 

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The average life expectancy of a Bengal cat is 12 to 16 years in age.
The average life expectancy of a Bengal cat is 12 to 16 years in age.  Photo via bengalsillustrated

 

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 Bengals are amongst the talkative species of cats, they love to communicate and will let you know about their needs. And the interesting thing is they get loud if you avoid their adorable meows or don’t let them have something they want. They talk in numerous voice pitches ranging from soft and gentle meow to express their love to loud and noisy sounds when they get angry or really want something so badly.
Bengals are amongst the talkative species of cats, they love to communicate and will let you know about their needs. And the interesting thing is they get loud if you avoid their adorable meows or don’t let them have something they want. They talk in numerous voice pitches ranging from soft and gentle meow to express their love to loud and noisy sounds when they get angry or really want something so badly. Info via ohmygodfacts | Photo via Pinterest

 

 

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