If you don't know much about the Bengal breed, they are very special, they are full of energy, love attention, loves dogs, most tolerate water and you can also walk them on a leash.


What and Where does the Bengal come from?

The Bengal cat is a domesticated cat breed created from hybrids of domestic cats, the Asian leopard cat (Prionailurus bengalensis) and the Egyptian Mau which gives them their golden shimmer – the breed name comes from the taxonomic name. Bengals have a wild appearance and may show spots, rosettes, arrowhead markings, or marbling.

 Are Bengal cats really hypoallergenic?

iHeartCats reports that there's another reason to love the Bengal. This breed numbers among the hypoallergenic cats you can safely consider if you or somebody in your household suffers from allergies. ... Bengals don't groom themselves as often or for as long as other cats. So their fur contains less allergen-rich saliva.


Bengal cats are smart, energetic and playful. Many Bengals naturally retrieves items, and they often enjoy playing in water.

Bengal cats are an active, inquisitive cat that loves to be up high. Most Bengals enjoy playing, chasing, climbing and investigating. In general, they enjoy action. They are generally confident and curious.

Why are Bengal cats so vocal?

Boredom: This is a really common reason for Bengal cats to meow. They like a lot of attention and if you aren't giving it to them, they'll let you know that they are upset.

Are Bengal cats aggressive?

Bengal Cats are no more prone to behavior problems then other cat breeds. They have no more or fewer cat litter box issues than any other breed, nor are they more or less aggressive then other cats. ... As a breed, Bengals are affectionate, but usually aren't lap cats, although there are exceptions.

How big do the Bengals get?

 The average Bengal cat reaches its full size between the age of 1.5 years and 2. Upon maturing, the female Bengal can weigh anywhere between 7 and 10 pounds while the males usually range between 10 and 15 pounds in weight.

Are Bengal Cats bigger than normal cats?

Bengal cats, are average to large-sized cats. ... While they may appear larger than they are because of their musculature, they don't get much bigger than other domestic cats.

Are there Legal restrictions for owning a Bengal?

In New York City and the state of Hawaii, Bengal cats are prohibited by law (as are all other hybrids of domestic and wild cat species).

Seattle, Washington, and Denver, Colorado, there are limits on Bengal ownership possibly requiring a permit. (This would need to be checked with your city regulations if you live in one of these areas).

In the United States, except where noted above, Bengal cats with a generation of F5 and beyond are considered domestic, and are generally legal. Permit maybe required, please check with your city for any requirements.

Would my Bengal be considered Domesticated?

Yes! To be considered a domestic Bengal cat by the major cat registries, a Bengal must be at least four generations (F4) or more from the Asian leopard cat. Our Bengals are considered domestic (SBT) and not from the 1st generation (F1-F4). This means that they are great within the home and make a great house pet!

Are Bengal cats good house pets?

The Bengal cat is a highly intelligent breed characterized by its wild, leopard-like appearance. It is also incredibly active and playful with an affectionate and gentle temperament. ... In fact, it is actually one of the most popular cat breeds. It's affectionate and playful dog-like qualities make it a great family pet.

Those that manage to get through to these cats find them to be highly loyal and entertaining companions.

Bengal cats also adapt to their new family quickly.

Getting along with children and other pets is also not a problem with these cats.

Thus, if they are handled rightly, Bengals prove to be excellent pets.

Are Bengal cat dangerous?

Bengal cats are not dangerous at all! They won't hunt down and eat your enemies, no matter how much you may wish for it (which you shouldn't, because it's not nice).

How long do Bengal cats live for?

On average, the lifespan of Bengals fluctuates between 12 and 17 years. Your Bengal may live longer than this with excellent health care, proper nutrition, and of course, plenty of both physical exercise and mental stimulation.

Are Bengal cats easy to train?

Bengal cats are considered one of the most intelligent cats in the cat kingdom. They often are said to even have dog like behavior. Because of this, they make for cats that are highly trainable

Do Bengal cats have hair or fur?

A Bengal cat's fur is very soft and short. It feels much like a rabbit's, like polished fur. The individual strands of fur are “ticked,” meaning there are bands of 2-3 colors on each strand.