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
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.
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Despite the generally accepted belief that bengal is a miniature copy of a leopard, the colors of Bengal cats are quite diverse. Consider the main ones.
The classic version of the color (the same leopard color) is called brown (black) spotted tabby. Which translates as black spotted. Moreover, in different systems it is recorded in different ways. So, in the WCF system, the color is indicated by the code n24, where n is black and 24 is spotted. True, this does not mean that Bengal cats are black. Just in the genetics of colors, it is accepted that all cats are either black or red. All other variations are based on them. And we see the background color of the Bengal cat as golden, although it is not considered to be golden, respectively, the criteria for evaluating the golden color are not applicable to it. And only in the people this coloring is called “the socket on gold”.
It would seem that cats of this color should be similar. But in fact, you will never find two identical bengals, even if both have the same black spotted tabby (n24) in the pedigree! Continue reading