This page is dedicated to my four Bengal cats. Founded by US Jean Mill, the Bengal is derived from a cross between a domestic shorthair cat and the wild Asian Leopard Cat. The domestic Bengal cat is bred to have the same wild spotted pattern as the Asian Leopard Cat. This beautiful breed of cat is very affectionate and friendly whilst having the uniqueness of it's wild ancestors.
I became enchanted with the Bengal cat toward the end of 1999. I was fascinated with the Bengal cat's wild pattern and heritage. I first acquired two Brown Spotted Bengals, a female called Amber and a male called Jet, brother and sister from the same litter.
After nine months, I couldn't resist adding to my Bengal family and acquired two beautiful Snow Bengal kittens. My Snow Bengals are both boys and from the same litter, but one is a Snow Spotted Bengal and the other a Snow Marble Bengal. Snow Bengals are rarer than Brown Spotted Bengals with a lighter background colour. The Snow Marble is also the rarest type of Bengal cat. My Snow Bengals also have stunning blue eyes.
I have another cat besides my Bengal cats. He's called Niles and I adopted him from the Cat Register and Rescue. Niles is a handsome grey and white male feral cat that was rescued and is now looked after by the Cat Register and Rescue and also by me, his adopted mum. You can view Nile's photos on this page too! If you would like to adopt a cat from this organisation, visit the official Cat Register and Rescue website for details.
If you would like further reading on the Bengal cat or advice on how to choose your Bengal kitten, please visit my Bengal pages at Marie's Bengals, my official site for my Bengal cats. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy meeting my cats here on this page!