Others from cats that are only encoded in the last part of the twentieth century, Bengal cats are designed for wild and exotic views with love and affection from basic home cats. Western civilization first became aware of the intersection of the Asian leopard cat with a domestic breed near the turn of the twentieth century. However, no, until the 1960s and 70s that this cross was used to create an acceptable unique type.
Bengal cats are not mentioned for Asian tigers but comes from the Latin name for Leopard Asia cats, Bengalensis, although some Bengals do have a striped sign like a tiger. Most common Bengal cats have large spots and roses along the back and side with some striping on the feet. They usually have white birth and display a black "mascara" line in the eye.
Temperament, the average cat owner should not be closer than three or four generations of original cross because the aggressive nature of leopard cats requires time to breed from the next generation. Still, it is so achieved, Bengal becomes a very intelligent, interactive, and happy pet.
They continue to move and are likely to be caught in aquarium as chasing other pets around the house or exploring the contents of the kitchen cabinet. They are not for those who maintain a settling lifestyle. They will remain happy to stretch and sleep with you for a while before continuing exploration.