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• Bengals don’t really meow, in fact, they make more of barky sound, like that of a dog. Apart• The Bengal Cat’s name comes from the scientific name for the Asian Leopard Cat, Prionailurus bengalensis.• The first crossbreed was performed by Jean Mill in 1963, but the hybrid wasn’t perfected until the mid-1980s. Today, Bengals are bred only with each other.• Bengals are the only domestic cat with rosettes that resemble the markings on leopards, jaguars and ocelots.• The International Cat Association (TICA) accepted the Bengal for championship status in 1991 and the American Cat Fanciers Association (ACFA) accepted the breed shortly thereafter.• It seems that Bengals are immune to feline leukaemia due to their inherited trait from their ancestry Asian Leopard Cat. The immunity was remarkable that a number of them were used as a study at the National Institute of Cancer.• According to , it seems that back in 1990, a British woman paid US$50,000 for a Bengal Cat.

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