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PostPosted: Wed Jul 02, 2008 6:39 pm 
Ha ha.. :lol:

Ooh I just can't wait, time goes so slowly, I may just have to go with one from here from Lemmy :D I still have three months to think about it, depends if a litter from that breeder comes along first.

I was going to ask, do breeders breed within a family or breed from a different generation?


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kimberley wrote:
Ha ha.. :lol:

Ooh I just can't wait, time goes so slowly, I may just have to go with one from here from Lemmy :D I still have three months to think about it, depends if a litter from that breeder comes along first.

I was going to ask, do breeders breed within a family or breed from a different generation?


it all depends on the breeder & what they are trying to achieve. most try to avoid breeding cats that are too closely related, unless they are deliberately trying to lock in a particular trait :wink:


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Going off our three ( 2 girls & a boy)
the boy is soooo much bigger and is absolutely my sons cat... they go everywhere in the house together & sleep together..
the girls are alot more active, more agile, a lot smaller, but alot more affectionate...
If I were you Id get one of each.. :lol: :lol:


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I'd agree with one of each. Our girl Belle is hyper active but her brother Mungo calms her down because he's so laid back. They're great company for each other and are never far apart. :lol:


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i have always had female cats, as the spraying scared me too. We have a roaming Tom that does his rounds every summer and the gardens and steps stink..you can always tell he is around.

when we decided to get two Bengals i really did fancy having one of each but hubby wouldnt hear it. We ended up with two females, one is really loving cuddles the other dont want to know and fights when she gets picked up, we tend to leave her alone, when mitzy comes on our lap for a cuddle daisy follows but watches from the distance, i am sure she will come round eventually

good luck in choosing, we didnt chose our cats, the breeder had 4 two were already reserved so we got the last two, they are very cuddly with each other.

michelle


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queenb wrote:
If I were you Id get one of each.. :lol: :lol:
QFT! :)


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boy bengals everytime for me.


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 20, 2008 9:33 pm 
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my next bengal will def be a boy, and he must be silver spotted too. Oh i know exactly what i want, its just getting hubby to think that way, oh did i mention he was allergic to them. :wink:

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