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The History of the Bengal Cat

The earliest roots of the Bengal cat go back to the 1960's when Jean S. Mill crossbread the first domestic cat with the Asian Leopard Cat in 1963. Most of the offspring proved to be sterile so it took a while before the breed to get a good foot hold.  The modern bengal still has roots to these early years and it finally became accepted as a new breed by TICA in 1986 and the Bengals gained championship status in 1991.  The first three generations of the Bengal Cat ar indicated as F1, F2, and F3. The "F" indicates a foundation cat and indicates the number of generations from the wild.

The breed's name is a reference to the scientific name of the Asian Leopard Cat, Prionailurus bengalensis.
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We do have a registered cattery with TICA and are in good standing
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