Bengal Cats deserve appreciation for being their energetic and adorable selves.
People tend to use their best and stylized vocabulary for what they like and could actually spend hours appreciating that person, object, animal. Could be anything or anyone. And no, you do not require words for appreciation, that is definitely not the only tool in the arsenal. Your natural expressions do just the thing. Just gotta be pure from the right, from right in there.
Today is a lucky day for cat lovers, including myself, because we are going to appreciate one of the most pawwdorable cats ever. Love and appreciation won’t fully serve their purpose if you show it only to a well-fed, healthy, adorable, and majestic-looking adopted pet cat. If you’re a true cat lover, your level of love and appreciation should be the exact same for a lesser-known cat, stray cat, or wild cat. That’s how it should be right?
Today we are going to appreciate the Bengal cats and their little versions, cute kittens. Trust me when I say this, they are very gorgeous and you cannot take your eyes off of them once you lay on them. That thing I said about appreciation for hours? That’s what I meant! Twitter community, as the leaders of throwing spotlights on any subject in this universe, decided to rightfully appreciate the true glamour and uniqueness of the Bengal cat.
You can scroll down below to enjoy!
1. Oh my goodness, weren’t they already too perfect in orange?
There is always something about black that makes we wanna say “majestic” over and over again. I think that word appreciates the color the best.
2. Bindi is the cutest kitten I have seen!
It’s crazy to know that this little baby is going to grow up to 8-10 inches in a few months.
3. Don’t let that tiny size distract you. Bengal cats are very energetic and don’t know what the word “exhaustion” means.
Bengal cats actually have to exercise and play a lot to utilize that energy that they are so full of. Can you pass me some of that energy now that my semester has resumed?
4. Buy two Bengal cats and get an unlimited dose of adorableness for free.
It’s a limited-time offer and I think you guys should take it.
What do you do when you can’t handle the adorableness of one Bengal cat? You get another one to let the craziness of love absolutely take over you.
5. How was Gohan ever going to miss the party, right?
I think this boy is looking for love and is all set with the flower and everything. You’ve got a great chance, sir. Bengals never cease to amaze anyone.
6. Bengal cats were created by a hybrid cross between the Egyptian spotted Mau and the Asian leopard cat.
I just need to know how much Chemical X did they add in the whole process?
7. Those eyes Chico! They never lie And these eyes, they scream nothing but eternal innocence.
I think I have cracked the code. The bigger your eyes are, the innocent you look. Got em!
8. Bengal. Snow. Leopard. All three of my favorite things are in the same frame. Lucky me!
Believe it not but this snowy-coated Bengal cat is actually the rarest out of all the Bengal cats. The color/coat that you see is officially called Seal Lynx Point by “The International Cat Association. ” The reason for their rarity is a silver variant that they have in their coat. And that variant comes from a cross between a leopard cat and a Siamese cat. Siamese out of the two, as we all know, is a rare species. Hence you, my friend, should consider yourself very lucky for owning the rarest Bengal cat there is.
9. I’m a barbie girl, in the barbie world!
I would love to know the backstory behind all four of these pictures. Right now!
10. It’s like she knew the camera was on her. Such a cute poser!
Didn’t knew a living thing could be both hot and cute at the same time. You always learn something new every day.
11. Oh my god just look at that peaceful face. I am in tears!
Do you know what this peaceful face makes me think? It makes me extremely emotional in a positive way, don’t get me wrong but it also makes me so sad. How is it possible that there are people out there in this world that abandon cats and euthanized them each year? Each year, 530,000 cats are euthanized each year because shelters fill up to the brim. Those cats could have had a happy home, lived a happy life. Just look at that face. A sad reality that I just don’t want to exist.
12. Look at that Bengal! Showeing all of us with its gloriousness!
Bengal cats have a pretty wild appearance. They do come across as a wild animals because they do resemble leopards and I personally am pretty afraid of leopards. But they are the exact opposite of what wild means. Bengal cats are actually very sociable. They have a very loving and affectionate personality. They are also very accepting of new bonds and relationships as well.
13. I think this Twitter user was specially sent by God to deliver this healthy message. We thank you, Maam for providing us the key to immortal happiness.
Adopt, don’t shop! One day I am going to put that statement on one of the tallest billboards at the Time Square, NY. No matter how much it costs. The message needs to get across.
14. They are like that person you know who can rock any outfit in the world.
All hail the Bengal beauty!
My oh my! This was so good and I just realized, continuous smiling actually regulates your heart rate, makes you feel good, and brightens up your dim days. Well, the Bengal cats definitely managed to tick all those boxes for me. How about you guys? Are you tempted to get this majestical flood? Because I am! I’ve even got a couple of names in the head, will ask for opinions if I get one.
Till then, do give your opinion on how felt about this cat. Share in the comments section down below.