What do bengals need?
    For a Bengal, there must be a high claw point in the house (a game town), they jump very high, they need this to maintain good physical shape. A Bengal…

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Characteristics of the unique breed of domestic Bengal cats
If you want to get an exotic, but completely domesticated pet, then a Bengal cat or cat is just what is ideal for this purpose. A pet of this breed…

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Difficulties in creating a Bengal breed
Since not only different species of the feline family were used to obtain the first hybrids, but even different subfamilies, the genotypes of which are somewhat different from each other,…

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The main official colors and drawings of Bengal cats

In informational directories with color photographs where Bengal cats have been registered since 1991, the breed was originally supposed to have the following two color divisions:

– Brown (black) Tabby, or Brown Tabby. Brown (black) patterned; whose main code on the WCF system is ben n24 (ben n24); color includes all shades of golden, yellow, orange with preferred tones in rufism (reddish colors);

– Silver Tabby (codes ns 24, ns 22, respectively) – silver has the main coat of gray-blue, silver shades of the color scheme.

Recently, the TISA organization is registered as the official standard blue color. In addition, there are not yet recognized snow, coal, black bengals.

Coloring pictures of bengal cats

When breeding, the types of wool patterns in Bengal cats began to give a variety of patterns. In addition to spotted and rosette, a marble Bengal cat appeared as a result of crosses. The tiger color of bengals, giving vertical stripes, ribs, is considered a defect for the breed. The correct point of view of standards phenotypes of Bengal colors found individual names.

Pattern on the wool of Bengal cats
Depending on the configuration of the patterns, the two main types of coloring of bengals were divided into three types of patterns:

– spotted – spotty coloring, assuming a uniform arrangement of rounded in shape spots along the entire body, including on the stomach;

– rosets – rosette tabby – light or dark rounded spots with a contrasting border around the edges – because of the beautiful pattern, they are more expensive than other representatives of the bengal breed;

– marbled (marble) – marble smooth stains of dark shades of color, various in shape, size, classified as ribbon, raincoat (more on this in an additional article). There are also tables where marble drawings are viewed as horizontally flowing pattern, “chaos”, a sheet of marble and undesirable “labeled” marble.

Bengal drawings

In some systems, the first two – spotted, rosets – are combined into one subspecies with the varieties “solid spot” and “socket”.

Whatever the color and pattern of the Bengal, the face of the Bengal cat has classic features: pronounced dark stripes on the sides, and a mark in the shape of the letter “M” on the forehead. Striped (tiger) in the description of the breed are recognized only paws and tail of a cat or cat.

Water treatments for a bengal cat
Bengalis do not belong to the breed, confirming the saying "afraid as a cat of water." If desired, the animals themselves play with water in the bathroom, do not refuse…

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Bengal cat
A Bengal cat looks like a traditional ordinary cat just as tigers, panthers and jaguars look like. It’s just that a quiet house pussy and, say, a leopard have a…

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Pearl silver color of bengals
The silver variety of Bengal cats has become the second recognized after the classic brown standard in this young breed of domestic cat. The color silver - silver spotted (code…

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The main official colors and drawings of Bengal cats
In informational directories with color photographs where Bengal cats have been registered since 1991, the breed was originally supposed to have the following two color divisions: - Brown (black) Tabby,…

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