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Bengal Breed Standard:  WCF

  World Cat Federation

Bengal / Snowbengal (Seal-Lynx)

Head Medium to large sized, muscular cat, long and sturdy body. Legs medium in length, also
muscular and substantial. Paws large and round. Tail medium in length, thick, with rounded tip.
Head Massive skull, slightly longer than it is wide, muzzle full and broad. Profile slightly curved, head contours rounded . Neck long and strong.
Ears Small to medium size, slightly tilt forward, with rounded tips and thumb print.
Eyes Round and oval; set wide apart and slightly slanted . All eye colours but blue and aquamarine
are accepted. The eye colour of the Snowbengal (or Seal-lynx) is deep pure blue.
Coat Short and dense, glossy and silky (like fur).
Colour Varieties The Bengal shows a distinct, spotted or marbled pattern. Markings may be seal or brown, extremely contrasting with a golden orange ground colour. The Snowbengal (or Seal-lynx) is a colourpoint .
The point colours are the same as in the Bengal. The colour on the body is slightly lighter in shade. But unlike other Siamese patterned cats, there is a light colour shading and pattern according to
those of the points. The descriptions of patterns are listed in the General Colour Guide.

The following colours are allowed: Brown Spotted Tabby, Brown Marbled Tabby, Seal Sepia
Spotted Tabby, Seal Sepia Marbled Tabby, Seal Mink Spotted Tabby, Seal Mink Marbled Tabby,
Seal Spotted Lynx Point und Seal Marbled Lynx Point .

 Body 30
 Head 20
 Eyes 10
 Coat Texture 10
 Coat Colour and Markings25


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