Frequently asked Questions
There is so much inaccurate information on Bengal cats on the internet, so Jon and I have made a commitment to bring you the most accurate information on Bengal cats. We have been breeding Bengal cats since 1999, so we have a lot of experience to draw from, but that is not all. Jon grew up on a Scottish farm raising cattle, sheep, and chickens. Plus, he has owned nearly every pet animal one can imagine. Robyn has a passion for research and writing. Together we utilize both of our talents and knowledge to bring you the most accurate, down to earth information you can find on Bengal cats.
We have two different blogs that we keep going. One is geared more towards pet owners and it has tips on health, behavior, enrichment, and more. We started based on the questions we were asked most frequently or that we would see come up on discussion boards most frequently. If you have a question that we don't answer, send us an email and we may just answer it by writing an article. You'll find this blog on our main menu.
We have another blog that is geared towards helping breeders recognize and select for the traits that make the Bengal replicate the small forest-dwelling wildcats of Asia and South America. The small nocturnal, arboreal cats have physical features that are distinct and shaped by being a cat who hunts in trees by the moonlight. All Bengal standards, regardless of the registry, have some general statement stating that the goal of the Bengal breed is to look like these unique cats and have a domestic temperament. These articles take different aspects of the Bengal and explain what makes them unique to the nocturnal, tree-dwelling cats. It explains the purpose of different physical features and how the physical feature would benefit a cat moving through the trees by moonlight. This Blog can be found on the Bengal breeders tab of our website under the heading Bengal Breeders Blog.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below Each Question is an article or several articles that address the issue in the question.