Bengal cat food
The Bengal cat was created to mimic the look of the Asian Leopard
cat but with a domestic temperament. The Bengal's coat is thick
and luxurious and very soft. All Bengals have dark markings against
a lighter body. The color of their bodies ranges from tawny brown
to golden orange.
Bengals are usually classified by pattern - they are classified
as eith brown (black) spotted, brown (black) marbled, blue eyed
snow spotted or marbled, any other colour eye snow spotted or marble.
The spots should be either scattered randomly across the cat's body
or aligned horizontally--not vertically. The spots should be clearly
defined and contrast sharply against its body; avoid cats that have
ticked coats instead of spots. The second pattern is the Marbled
Bengal. These cats have swirls and patches of color blended together
in a pattern similar to a classic tabby. Snow Leopard and Snow Marble
Bengals have pale brown or gray swirls or spots against a creamy
white or beige body.
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