Bengals are domestic cats with Exotic looks. The kittens are
not cubs like lions or tigers
but are domestic kittens. No longer hybrid cats there are many falsehoods being spread about
bengal cats by those who we would think are educated and responsible with-in the feline world.
"Bengals stop having wild genes past the fourth and fifth generation."
~ by Dr. William Murphy at Texas A&M University.
Dr. William Murphy is well renowned in his field and has received numerous grants to study
both wild and domestic felines.
While some breeders do have cats that are F3 or less in generation or (Early Generation aka EG's),
a huge majority of breeders have bengals with long pedigrees that can be traced back many
tended generations. This information is intended to educate the
public with facts about the bengal breed
as there are many legislative
ant-PET rulings in the court houses in every state trying to ban these
animals and labeling them as dangerous, evil, bad tempered and UN-trainable wild hybrid cats
and this is a complete falsehood.