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|Cbay916 ||01-26-2009 02:43 AM |
Let's Talk Bengals!
Anyone have a Bengal? Or many Bengals? Seen a Bengal or want to talk about Bengals? I thought a new thread for Bengals would be appropriate. I figure any comments/discussions about Bengals would do well on this forum.
Our Bengal is named Jags. He is alive today as a result of a rescue here in Northern California. He is a male, and is two years old. He was bottle fed at 3 weeks, so he is very friendly. Not to say non-bottle fed Bengals are mean, just less of attention hogs imo....
Jags loves WATER! He will jump in the shower if I don't close the door. He and his half Siamese brother Rufus love to drink out of the sink. If you ever have the chance to own one of these cats, I highly recommend it!
|onefish2fish ||01-26-2009 02:59 AM |
so since he likes "bottles" and "water" have you taugh him how to drink from a water bottle yet? :lol:
|Cbay916 ||01-26-2009 03:21 AM |
hahaha no but they do learn tricks like dogs. I am gonna have to add that one to the list! .... lol
|willow ||01-26-2009 04:03 AM |
aww they're lovely,well done to you for the rescue. !!
|jeaninel ||01-26-2009 03:05 PM |
When I first read the thread title I thought someone had a tiger as a pet! LOL
He is very beautiful. I love his markings. I hadn't heard of a Bengal before. Is that a fairly recent breed?
|Cbay916 ||01-26-2009 06:20 PM |
The Bengal breed was created in the mid- 80's, however it was not introduced into the family home till the early nineties. Now days Bengals are more common, but they still run between $700 - $1500 if it has its papers. We got lucky on the rescued litter. Bengals are a direct ancestor of the Asian Leopard Cat.
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