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A Very Brief History - The original Bengal cats are a hybrid of the Asian Leopard Cat and domestic cats. They were developed by various people, most notably Jean Sugden Mill, in the 1970s and 80s with the aim of harnessing the beauty of the wild cat, yet maintaining the temperament of the domestic cat. Through careful breeding, this aim has definitely been achieved!

A Very Brief History - The original Bengal cats are a hybrid of the Asian Leopard Cat and domestic cats. They were developed by various people, most notably Jean Sugden Mill, in the 1970s and 80s with the aim of harnessing the beauty of the wild cat, yet maintaining the temperament of the domestic cat. Through careful breeding, this aim has definitely been achieved!

For a Walk on the Wild Side, Think Bengal Cat: Bengal Cat Relaxing on Floor

For a Walk on the Wild Side, Think Bengal Cat: Bengal Cat Relaxing on Floor

Bengal Cat Gallery: Bengal Cats Gallery: Capo and Vinnie

Bengal Cat Gallery: Bengal Cats Gallery: Capo and Vinnie

Explore Karnataka’s Wild Side on your Next Visit to Bangalore The forests of Karnataka have the highest number of Bengal Tigers in India. Apart from the big cat, the green forests are also home to over 20 species of mammals and 300 species of birds. The deciduous forests are also part of the diverse Nilgiri range that runs through three states, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka. This hilly region has a rich biodiversity and is a thriving habitat for several species that you can spot on a…

Explore Karnataka’s Wild Side on your Next Visit to Bangalore The forests of Karnataka have the highest number of Bengal Tigers in India. Apart from the big cat, the green forests are also home to over 20 species of mammals and 300 species of birds. The deciduous forests are also part of the diverse Nilgiri range that runs through three states, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka. This hilly region has a rich biodiversity and is a thriving habitat for several species that you can spot on a…

Cat of the Week: The Lively Bengal

Cat of the Week: The Lively Bengal

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