We love Bengal cats



History of the Bengal cat breed

The Bengal cat originates from the United States. The origin of the breed dates back to 1963, when a domestic cat was crossed with a wild Bengal cat. The breed in its current form dates back to the 1980s. in 1985 It was received by Jean Mill, and a year later by the International Cat Association (TICA). At the same time, the association required that all the cats in the exhibition be purebred Bengals - there should not be representatives of another breed among the ancestors up to four generations. The purpose of this was to consolidate and defend all desirable traits.



What Do You Need To Know About Bengal Cat

The Bengal cat has been compared to a leopard for its appearance and temperament. This breed is not recommended for people who value peace and have a less active lifestyle. It is an intelligent, lively animal that loves to play. Due to this, the energy requirement is slightly higher. Bengal cat is also called Bengal or leopard. The breed belongs to the group of oriental cats. He has a very interesting character because he likes water and swimming, you can teach him to pick up, give his paw and respond to his name. She gets along well with people and other animals.

Exquisite Bengal Cats


Our cats boast stunning coats with distinctive rosettes and a wild appearance that closely resembles their larger leopard ancestors.



Healthy and Socialized Kittens

We ensure that our Bengal kittens are raised in a loving and nurturing environment, receiving the highest quality care and socialization from day one.

Expert Guidance

As experienced cat breeders, we provide expert advice and guidance to help you choose the perfect Bengal cat or kitten that matches your lifestyle.

Bengal cat- behavior,silhouette and characteristics

Bengal cats are very lively. They are extremely energetic. They like the company of people, especially children who want to play. They are attached to the human family. Feels good around other pets. They participate in all possible games. Therefore, it is necessary to provide them with several toys. Check out our range of fishing rods, balls and other cat toys. You are sure to find something for your Bengal.

Bengal cats love walks on a leash. Sometimes they even demand them - they scratch at the door and meow loudly. They will be safer and more comfortable in braces than in collars. Choose one of our cat harnesses, in which your Bengal cat will be happy to go for a walk.

Bengals love water - they willingly jump into the bath or shower, bathe well. They also like to hunt and climb. Often left alone for long periods of time, they can begin to show increased distrust and timidity and traits of their wild ancestors.


Bengal cats are medium in size. Females mature in about 1 year and males in about 2 years. Representatives of this breed are approximately 35 cm in size and weigh 4-7 kg. They have a highly developed muscle mass, so they are very strong and durable. Their head is small in relation to their body and is longer than it is wide, with rounded shapes and a strong chin. Noteworthy are the prominent mustache pads and high cheekbones. The ears are of medium size, set high and wide. They seem to be constantly listening and alert. Bengal eyes are large, oval or slightly almond-shaped, widely spaced, green, yellow, brown, aqua, blue or golden amber.

 Bengal Paradise

Your Cat Breeding Experts

With years of experience and a deep love for felines, Bengal Paradise is dedicated to raising healthy and well-socialized Bengal cats and kittens. Our mission is to provide families with loving and loyal companions that bring joy to their lives.

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Address: Aberdeen, AB11 8LH, Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom

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