Bengalis colors
The main difference that a Bengal cat boasts is its leopard color. This is a unique pattern on red hair, inherited from the wild ancestor of Prionailurus bengalensis. None of…

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Phasing in Bengal kittens
Phasing (from the English Fuzzy "obscure, shaded") is a phenomenon inherited by Bengal cats from wild ancestors - Asian leopard cats (ALC) and appears in Bengal kittens regardless of the…

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About the health of Bengal cats
With a problem such as frequent pet diseases, owners of bengals usually do not have to deal with. This is a strong cat breed in almost all respects. However, it…

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Pregnancy in a Bengal cat: timing and how it proceeds

Bengal cats that have a wild appearance, are unusually beautiful, resembling leopards, or snow leopards, or even panthers – one of the most elite breeds. Breeding healthy, large, contrast-colored bengals is a serious matter, requiring knowledge about the course of pregnancy from the moment of successful mating to the birth of kittens. Pregnancy of a Bengal cat is a special period not only for her, but also for her owner. While the pet is walking pregnant, the owner’s trouble will definitely increase. If this happens for the first time, you should know in advance how much the cat walks with kittens in the womb, how to feed the pregnant woman, how many kittens gives birth and other nuances.

Pregnancy in Bengal cats

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Character, upbrining, habits

Once, when preparing a material on bengals, the correspondent of an animal magazine asked to explain to readers how dangerous it is to take these animals to a family with small children. Seeing them at the photo shoot, she was simply shocked: “these are angels, not cats!” It is approximately the same, but …

In order for them to grow up being kind and “homely”, little Bengalis must be accustomed to hands – to give them attention, communicate and caress. And that’s all. It just so happened that their ancestors are still wild animals, therefore, without constant contact with humans, kittens run wild. Although this problem was still relevant at the stage of formation of the breed, and the aggression of the Bengals, about which the very same standards warn a lot, is greatly exaggerated. Even if we talk about the most wild Asian leopards. The breed therefore took place because they are not aggressive by nature! Continue reading

Hereditary blindness in bengal cats
Genetic blindness is a disease that is common in many mammals. Some of its forms are considered congenital and appear immediately, while others develop with age. Gradually progressive blindness affects…

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The history of the Bengal breed.
Jane Mill and a Bengal cat In the early 1960s at the University of California (USA), a study was conducted of the immunity of representatives of the cat family. Among…

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Breed formation
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…

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Basic information on fertilization features leading to problems
As established by veterinary medicine, the stage of the reproductive cycle of a cat (estrus) occurs in a special way. The time of ovulation, that is, the exit of an…

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