At Xanadu Dream Bengals in Fort
day to day
we primarily strive to maintain a
environment for our Bengals. We enjoy socializing our kittens from an
and they thrive on human attention. They are raised to be
comfortable and confident in a normal household including a dog.
Bengals sport a
friendly, playful and intelligent personality
many compare to that of a dog. The Bengal breed combines wild and
species indigenous to Africa, Asia, Europe and even South America
to create an amazing new domestic breed. The primary wild ancestor of
Bengals is the "Asian Leopard Cat," a small
feline with a leopard-like coat. Several
sub-species of this feline have been used in creating the Bengal.
One of our breeding goals is genetic diversity and we aim to
include many of these lines.
Another goal is to
cultivate the attributes of the Bristol Cat line of Bengals which
(click link for more info). The Margay is a small wild
South American cat
related to the Ocelot. (Margay pictured below)
One of our kittens was pictured in
Bulletin article "That
Future is Now" as an example of the
progress made with exotic paw-print rosette markings. We
take pride in what we believe is our unique direction in
this diverse breed. Regardless of their category - pet, breeder or
show, it is important to us to find good homes and the right
match for our kittens.