It will be right if the upbringing begins on the first day of the stay of the Bengal kitten in his new home. Usually this is a baby at the age of 4 months. The nature of bengals is such that it is necessary to pay attention to habitualization and close socialization. It is necessary to spend as much time with the pet as possible: pick it up, stroke it – that is, ensure regular tactile contact. You can invite friends to meet you, be sure to take your four-legged friend out for a walk – the kitten should get used to both people and other animals. A person who prefers domestic cats walking “on their own”, a breed like Bengal, it is better not to choose. The factor that cats and cats are socially active, like free movement, must be seriously considered, otherwise the animal will necessarily “run wild”, will be underlined as unsociable.
Raising Bengal kittens
Conditions of detention: how to equip a comfortable stay of a Bengal cat in the house
Household items that Bengal cats really need include: Continue reading
Snow color has a wide color range with the base close to white, light gray shades. These bengals are classified as links, mink, sepia. These are not albinos – how often bengals have completely unpainted kittens, while there are no official statistics.
Color Links Bengals
The coal color, which does not yet have its own standard, is interesting in a bright and clearly outlined black pattern. There are practically no blurry spots in the patterns; they stand out distinctly against the pale background of the body.
The color of the melanist is the darkest of all bengals in terms of background color, since the chocolate base darkened to black. This Bengal color is recognized as extremely spectacular, for which Bengal cats of this color are valued expensively. Continue reading
Since 1980, the University of California has conducted a study of immunity and susceptibility to leukemia in wild cats. Subjects in particular were Asian Leopard Cat (ALC). Jane Mill (surname after her second husband) received for work several hybrid F1 females (first generation ACL and domestic cats of various breeds). She brought the ideal groom from India in 1982. At the New Delhi Zoo, the breeder was shown a small spotted kitten hiding next to a rhino. He was unusually good: dark brown clear spots evenly covered the golden-orange shining fur. Jane has never seen such a shiny, but sparkling coat – this effect has never been seen in domestic cats.
The fact that the cat named Delhi (full name when registering CFAMillwood Tory of Delhi) did not have a tail bothered the scientist only at the beginning of the experiment – he was not genetically tailless. Continue reading