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Desert Sky Bengals

Bengal Cat Breed at a Glance


Breed number: 76.
Average lifespan: 12 to 15 years.
Temperament: friendly and affectionate, intelligent and lively; and playful into adulthood.
Weight: males 6.8 to 9kg; females 4.5 to 5.4kg.
keep ability: Easy.
Colors: brown spotted, brown marble and snow spotted Bengals can be shown at championship status.

 Grooming needed: very little



The Bengal cat is a ‘wild’ looking domestic cat. The standard calls for a large, sleek, very muscular cat with hindquarters that are slightly higher than the shoulders, and a thick tail that is carried low. The Bengal cat's head is rounded and slightly longer than it is wide The nose is broad and the muzzle full, with a light colored, strong rounded chin and pronounced whisker pads created by wide-set canine teeth. The ears are medium to small with rounded tips pointing forward in profile.

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