A new cat breed named the Bengal cat first bred in the U.S. with the combination of both Asian Leopard Cat and domestic cat. As time passes by, this breed has turned into both a visual and temperamental success to preserve the strong physical resemblance to its ancestor carrying a pleasant, domestic character.
The style of large and sleek makes this cat as alert as it is affectionate. Its distinctive leopard spotted or marbled coat contributes to its wild appearance when it is wondering into the house. Some Bengals have the distinctive appearance as if they were dipped in gold or silver glitter. Their voices are also distinct and versatile. They like to jump, somersault and play with water like wild and feral cats.
As to their personalities, these cats are crafted and prefer joy from family-filled households. These cats are famous for their aloofness, haughtiness or dullness, but their characteristics of lively and interactive. They appear only as a zany but also as an affectionate. They would come and nuzzle your face at midnight by spending hours pleasing themselves by stretching frequently or rolling on their backs in unfettered entertainment.
Their athletic ability surprises all the humans. They can not only climb doors and shelves, but also turn light switches on and off just in a single jump.
These cats remain picky about their boxes. If their litter boxes haven’t changed enough or if the litter is not their preference, they would never live into. There are still many advantages of this delightful breed, such as they are buoyant, acrobatic.
Even though Bengals are viewed as domestic cats as they are a hybrid between domestic and wild, owners are required to get a CITES permit if they want to import or export their Bengals. A CITES permit resembles a passport for humans; animals will own the right of wildlife.
In addition, Bengals are also those few breeds which are fond of water! Some of them play in deep water and some even love swimming!