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FEATURED CAT: The Marbled Bengal   Cats

Started 6/5/18 by PennyCC; 498 views.
PennyCC

From: PennyCC

6/5/18

FEATURED CAT:  The Marbled Bengal

5 June 2018

There are two recognised patterns within the Tica Bengal breed standard; spotted and marbled.

The marbled Bengal is a result of the domestic tabby's that were used in the early development of the breed. The gene is recessive so in order to produce a marbled Bengal, the gene must be carried by both parents.

The marbled Bengal has a random swirling pattern with a horizontal flow. Preferably, there is marbling within the marbling. Marbling will have at least two or three distinct colours or shades and a strong contrast between the ground color and the marbling creates a distinct pattern and sharp edges. A spotted belly is also a distinct trait of the marbled Bengal cat. The marbled pattern develops more slowly than the spotted pattern and can take up to two years to fully develop. 

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PennyCC

From: PennyCC

6/5/18

Roman Bengals - Marble Bengal Kittens

Gorgeous Marble Bengal kittens 12 weeks of age www.RomanBengals.com

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PennyCC

From: PennyCC

6/5/18

Here's a video of both a marbled bengal and a spotted bengal. Which pattern do you like best in a bengal?

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PennyCC

From: PennyCC

6/5/18

For more information about the bengal cat in general, see a previous post:

http://forums.delphiforums.com/apartmentpets/messages/866/1

my sweet service animal David from 1995-2005 was a brown spotted Bengal.

as a breed. very intelligent from both the wild type intelligence (survival) and the tame type (getting along with humans.)

PennyCC

From: PennyCC

6/7/18

I love the Bengal breed. If I ever were to get a cat again, I think this is a breed that I would consider. I think both the marbled and spotted Bengal are beautiful.

they are as intelligent as they are beautiful, and they are a breed worth looking into for someone who wants a beautiful, active, intelligent cat.

Gaelspirit

From: Gaelspirit

6/7/18

Gorgeous markings!

 

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