This inquisitive breed will play for hours, whether that's with you or your printer! Left alone, they can get bored and take it out on your home but are ideal for active families that will keep them entertained.
The coat of the Bengal cat breed can be either spotted or marbled and is short which makes it easy to groom.
This cat has a sleek and powerful body with long hind legs.
They have rounded ears and large eyes which often have black markings from the outer corners.
This breed has a unique voice and will often chatter and trill. They are highly intelligent cats which makes them very inquisitive and this can cause them to get into places and do things you would rather they didn't. They are therefore better suited to experienced owners who can keep them entertained and adequately trained.
The Bengal appears to have an immunity to feline leukaemia which is likely due to its ancestry of the Asian leopard cat but can have heart problems and cataracts so make sure you find a responsible breeder.
Pros & Cons
Can be destructive
Require a lot of attention