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PostPosted: Tue Jan 19, 2016 11:50 am 
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Hi all

I am new here :wink:
I need assistance to choose the best pattern of my next bengal
I got several choice
Based on the pictures, which one got the best rosetted pattern?
Need advice from all of bengal familyhere
Hope you all can help me to ranking all of the kittens

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All kitten with TICA, Price range 900USD to 1000USD. Or it is too expensive?

KITTEN 1

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KITTEN 2

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KITTEN 3

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KITTEN 4

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 20, 2016 5:26 pm 
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They are all gorgeous kitties. I rank then #4, #3, #1, #2. I only have your pictures to go by and #4 seems to have the best rosetting in my opinion. #3 is a close second. #1 appears to have the fuzzies and #2's rosettes aren't very clear. But .... I haven't seen the actual cats and the coloring can change over time.


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2016 2:05 am 
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Sherry wrote:
They are all gorgeous kitties. I rank then #4, #3, #1, #2. I only have your pictures to go by and #4 seems to have the best rosetting in my opinion. #3 is a close second. #1 appears to have the fuzzies and #2's rosettes aren't very clear. But .... I haven't seen the actual cats and the coloring can change over time.

Thanks for the respond. Then today got another kitten in the list :D

Kitten 5

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2016 3:02 am 
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I like the pattern on #3 and #5 the best. But their personalities would be much more important. So, visit them if you can or at least research the breeder thoroughly and talk to them about the kitten.


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2016 3:15 am 
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wildlifereflections wrote:
I like the pattern on #3 and #5 the best. But their personalities would be much more important. So, visit them if you can or at least research the breeder thoroughly and talk to them about the kitten.

Personality? What kind of the question I should ask?
I am still new with Bengal
And kitten #5 not from local breeder, imported from other country
And I think kitten #5 is the best choice based on its marking now :)


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2016 4:58 pm 
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#5's coloring is gorgeous and all those rosettes. I agree that appearance isn't everything. Personality is super important. I always tell people to visit the breeder in person! You can see the kittens, hold the kittens, see the parent(s). If you're ordering online, you're taking a chance. The vast majority of bengals are super sweet and have great temperaments. But, some develop into lap cats and snuggle bunnies and others are more aloof. Everything you read about bengals online is a generalization. My bengal is not a lap cat or a snuggle bunny, but he is super sweet and has never bitten or scratched me. If you are a cat love, you will love whichever one you choose. Each of these cats has a distinct personality. But, kittens are kittens and they are all rambunctious and curious. I don't know what type of questions you should ask the breeder because I'm not familiar with your situation. Bengals require a lot of time and attention -- if you're going to be gone 10 hours a day, that can be a problem as the kitty will sleep a lot of the time, be bored the rest of the time and will be all over you the second you walk through the door, looking for attention.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2016 3:11 am 
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Sherry wrote:
#5's coloring is gorgeous and all those rosettes. I agree that appearance isn't everything. Personality is super important. I always tell people to visit the breeder in person! You can see the kittens, hold the kittens, see the parent(s). If you're ordering online, you're taking a chance. The vast majority of bengals are super sweet and have great temperaments. But, some develop into lap cats and snuggle bunnies and others are more aloof. Everything you read about bengals online is a generalization. My bengal is not a lap cat or a snuggle bunny, but he is super sweet and has never bitten or scratched me. If you are a cat love, you will love whichever one you choose. Each of these cats has a distinct personality. But, kittens are kittens and they are all rambunctious and curious. I don't know what type of questions you should ask the breeder because I'm not familiar with your situation. Bengals require a lot of time and attention -- if you're going to be gone 10 hours a day, that can be a problem as the kitty will sleep a lot of the time, be bored the rest of the time and will be all over you the second you walk through the door, looking for attention.

Thanks for the respond. Appreciate it ;)

This will be my 1st rosetted bengal. Before this spotted bengal
Will ask further about the cat.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2016 8:23 am 
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They are all fine looking kittens, but what are their personalities ? Hyper/quiet/cuddly/standoff-ish/dominant/accepting ?

What sort of household are they going into and are there any other pets to get along with ? Other people ? kids? Pets? Cats? Another Bengal ?


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2016 6:44 pm 
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Our breeder was so right about both of our Bengal girls. She said Duma was "intelligent and kind" and Margay was "goofy and busy" as kittens. At 2+ years, they are still exactly that! The breeder should be able to tell you if the kitten is playful, outgoing, curious, and how they act with thei siblings. That will give you some idea of the kitten's overall personality. Of course, if you're like me, I love all cats, so it might not matter. But generally a more personable kitten will grow into a more personable adult cat.


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