Do not judge a cat with its coat. Just because a Bengal has a coat similar to a leopard does not mean that it is as wild as the predator.
Bengal, a hybrid of selected domestic cats and Asian leopard cats, is a medium to large-sized leopard-like cat with soft, short-haired coat. Usually, it has a spotted brownish coat on its back and its side but as the breeding process continues, a spotted whitish Bengal is now existing. The spot and the base of the coat typically contrast each other which makes its appearance more striking and a little scarier. But though it appears to be wild, aggressive, and violent, a Bengal is actually a very playful cat. It is good in socializing and fond of being with people. It especially enjoys the company of children since they can reciprocate its high energy. So if you want an energetic cat, consider the Bengal kittens that are for sale here. They tend to be sweet at times though they are not really a lap type of cat. If you plan to keep one at home, better start keeping your things guarded. Do not place them on high, elevated places.
If there is something that they got from their ancestors, it is their superb skill in hunting– both on land and water. But since a Bengal was bred to be a pet, its hunting instinct was applied to a more friendly and sociable way. They can use their speed and alertness when playing or running with you. Moreover, it can be a good companion while swimming. Its exemplary hunting ability, basically, is its distinct feature aside from its remarkable leopard-like appearance.
If you decide to have one of the Bengal kittens for sale here, you have to know its health condition. It may be tough, but recently a disorder called autosomal recessive was recorded as the most common illness of Bengal which has something to do with its genes. If not taken care of as soon as possible, it can lead to the pet’s blindness.