The Bengal cat has a long muscular body, reminiscent of its jungle cat ancestors. This striking breed has a triangular head with small ears and dark, black rimmed eyes. Their coat is luscious and soft with a spotted belly. The Bengal cat comes in two patterned coat colours: spotted and marbled. They are a combination of a non-domstic cat, an Asian Leopard cat and a domestic cat.
Brown tabby, sepia and mink–featuring a marbled or spotted pattern.
Requiring approximately 80 kilocalories of food per kilo of bodyweight, the Bengal cat is a good eater. They have healthy appetites and may experience weight gain if allowed to eat whenever they please.
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