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Peek a boo by John Morgan
 
     
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    I caught our Bengal Cat Lilly peeking through our lounge curtains' she really is such a darling' I recommend this cat to all cat lovers however these domestic cats are so fussy' with food and regular cat food is out of the question.







    The Bengal is a relatively new breed of cat which was first bred in the U.S.A and was originally created by crossing an Asian Leopard Cat with a domestic cat.







    The domestic Bengal derives its name from the Latin name of its wild ancestor, Felis Bengalensis Asian Leopard Cat. Whilst the domestic Bengal is similar in appearance to the Asian Leopard cat, and its genetic makeup contains a contribution from that wild cat species, its temperament however is purely domestic.







    There is no other breed of cat which displays the gold or pearl dusting effect glitter of the Bengal. Its pelt has a rich smooth feel of satin or silk. Even the voice of the Bengal is different from that of other domestic cats. They can coo and chirp, and like to jump and somersault


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