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Bengal Cat Picture Gallery — 3 Comments

  1. Thanks for the beautiful pictures of the Bengal cat, a cat i have personally never ever seen although it carries an Indian name.

  2. Funny, I was just thinking about the growth cycle of the Bengals yesterday. Someone had posted a pix of two wild looking cats thinking they were wildcats of some time. I was suspicious because of the markings and the size. I could be wrong, but my gut told me they were probably Bengal kittens. 🙂 Here’s a link to the pix. Feel free to follow any of my Pinterest boards you find of interest…. http://pinterest.com/pin/245727723389791708/

    CanIHasACheezburger.com has a ‘Reader Skee’ section. Whomever is writing the copy on these pix knows nothing about animals. She had a cougar cub marked as a cheetah or some weird thing. There were other species she misidentified. When will people learn — write/work on something you have at least a little knowledge about. Drives me nuts.

    Facebook is giving away $50 of free advertising for anyone with a Facebook page. This had led to a certain number of trick-ads. Sometimes babies or kittens, but mostly sexy stuff just to get you to ‘Like’ the key is you don’t even have to go to the page. So all these idiots are blind liking. Crazy stuff. Be wary friends.

    • Thanks for the comment Dan. The “wild cats” might in fact be Black-footed kittens because they are in a zoo environment judging by the picture. The Black-footed cat does look similar to the Bengal kitten because the Asian leopard kitten (wild cat ancestor is the Asian leopard cat) is not dissimilar. I totally understand where you are coming from though. The thing that stands out for me is the spotted tabby coat against a rather course (by domestic cat standards) yellow background. The spots are solid and very typically Black-footed cat but….it is easy for me to get these things wrong!

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