Breed standards

Bengal

General: The Bengal cat is a cross-breed between domestic cats and wild Bengal cats. The Bengal cat's character and head shape is that of a domestic cat, whereas the body color is similar to that of a wild cat. Also known as "Leopardette". Unlike most other breeds, Bengals are not penalized for ghostmarkings in shows.
Body type: semi-foreign (11)
Body size: big (16)
Head shape: rounded wedge (13)
Ears: medium size, straight (10)
Nose: medium length (16)
Eyes: oval (12)
Eye colors: any
Coat: shorthair
Tail: normal
Legs: normal
Colors: black spotted or classic tabby with or without points/mink/sepia; silver allowed; rufusing not allowed

Current number of Bengal cats in game: [20]

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