About Us

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Spot

Hello and welcome! My name is Spot and I’m a Brown Spotted Bengal cat.

I live with four other cats: my twin sister, Lula; my half sister and brother, Annie and Spike; and a ginger tabby cat called Robbie who is an honorary Bengal!

Together we’re all very naughty cats and have lots of stories to tell which I hope you’ll enjoy reading on my blog :)

Lula

My name is Lula and I’m a Blue-eyed Snow Spotted Bengal.

Our mum and dad say that I always lead Spot astray and into trouble, but I think he’s perfectly capable of doing that all by himself!

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Annie

Hello! I am Annie! I’m a brown spotted Bengal cat and I am half-sister to Spot and Lula (same father, different mother)

I am the littlest of the Bengals, but try to be the naughtiest! Mind you, my brother Spike has his moments too!

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Spike

Hey! Don’t believe anything my sister says! :) I’m Spike and I’m also a brown spotted Bengal cat.

This is one of our favourite kitten pics, though I’m all grown up now and am a big strong lad :)

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Robbie

My name is Robbie and I’m not a Bengal though I like to keep all those spotty ones in check, being the eldest.

I like to patrol the territory and enjoy a nice snooze on the hoomins’ bed when it’s cold :)

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Sadly, we lost two of our cats in October 2016

Friday

Friday passed away at the age of 18. She had required dental surgery and although she survived the surgery, she didn’t recover post-op and the decision had to be made to let her go.

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Harry

Harry passed away two weeks before Friday, he was just 12 years old. He had abdominal cancer that was too far progressed when it was diagnosed, and so we were therefore unable to treat it.

Please click on the links below to view our videos

Grooming Time

Playing with our iPad game

Lula and Spot playing in the snow

Spot playing with the furry prawn!

Bath time!

Spot and Lula, Bengal Cats: Watching the Cleaning 

Lula and Spot in Cat Mint Corner

Spot the Bengal Cat 

Lula’s new toy

Spot and Lula playing in the garden!

Sleepy Lula

Spot and Lula play with egg box

Spotty kitten playtime!

Spot, Lula and Robbie playing

Spotty twins playing

Spotty kittens with mum

 

73 thoughts on “About Us”

    1. Awww… thanks, rita :) I’m glad you like my website – if there is anything else you’d like to see, just let me know!

  1. What a beautiful fur family you are!

    We have 6 cats, all rescues in some shape or form. Our ginger is mr Marmaduke the Marmalade Cat, the elder statesman at 13; then there is old style Siamese Zafira; Oriental X cream tabby Rambunctious Raymond; modern Siamese Miss Honey Bunny; Brit x blue bi-colour Miss Tinkerbelle (aka Miss Tinkerbelly for the obvious reason) and last but by NO means least Master Yoda the cream tabby Cornish rex. It gets pretty lively round here at times, as I bet it does at your house too. Ours are all kept inside with an enclosure int he garden – called teh jungle as the grass and vines have grown up and over, and a netted first floor verandah, 10m long, for tick season and those colder or wet days when the jungle is not appropriate.

    Looking forward to keeping up with the adventures Spot, Lulabelle, Friday, Harry & Robbie.

    1. Welcome to our page, Odille! I hope you enjoy reading about our adventures! Your cat family sounds amazing!

  2. I have a 3 1/2 old brown spotted and glittered female named Iris. You should mention how because of their Asian Leopard cat ancestry, they are immune to feline leukemia.

    1. Hi Sherri! Ooohh… I bet Iris is beautiful :)

      I hear where you are coming from. but the thing about Leukaemia is that since the breed has evolved, the later generations are not immune – ALCs are but studies have shown that this has not necessarily passed to the next generations of Bengal, I’m sorry. Lots of people agree with this – e.g. http://www.solanaranchbengals.com/bengal-cat-history.html

    2. The debate about Leukemia is still on. I recently went to a very well known vet who is a feline only doctor. It was his opinion that any cat who is outside a lot should have the feline Leukemia shot, even Bengals, as they are a mix of two primary cat (or more) breeds, one of which can get the disease.

      “However”, he said, “There are two types of Leukemia in cats. Some cats develop a resistance to one of the two types of leukemia. ”

      I believe I got that right !

  3. I hi have been following you on Facebook for a couple of weeks now and I LOVE your stories. It’s the first thing I look for in the morning and last thing at night. You give me a feeling of calm! Two beautiful tuxedo cats chose me to be their mom at the animal shelter here in Bloomington, IN USA. I have become very interested in Bengal cats and absolutely love reading about your daily adventures. Thank you for adding us to this part of your life. All of you are amazing!!!

    1. Thank you very much, Linda :) I’m so pleased you like what we do and if you ever have any suggestions about other things you’d like to see, we’d be happy to hear them :) xx

  4. I love all kind of cats, but I became interested in Bengal cats when I visited your blog. These cats are not seen in my country, Uruguay, and I really love them! You have a beautiful cat family and I will visit your blog from now on, to see what you publish. Thank you a lot for letting me know about Bengal cats, they are just adorable!

  5. Hi Spot!! I have been following you on Facebook for quite some time and finally had to check out your website. I love it!! All the pics are gorgeous. Now I’ll get to hear more from you since I subscribed to your blog.

    Hugs and kisses to you all from Culver Indiana USA.

    1. Hello Kimberly! It’s so nice to see you over here on my website! :) We post less often on here as compared to our FB page, but when we do post, it’s in more detail if that makes sense, so we hope you enjoy both! :) xxx

  6. My name is Nico. I am a 9 Year old Bengal. I have a brother Sam, who is. Grey Maine Coon. We love sitting on our humans while they read your adventures to us.

  7. Spot I have been getting your posts for almost a year now and love your pictures and comments. I think You and Lulu and the rest of the gang, Harry, Robbie, and Friday are a lovely group of kitties. M

    1. Thank you, Pauline! :grin: If you’re trying to upload a photo with your phone, FB is very naughty and doesn’t work properly :sad: If you have to use your phone, it’s best sending the photo via a direct message to me. But it you can access a computer, you just need to click on our page and use the box to post pics at the top left. Our Valentine competition is now closed, as you probably know, but we’ll be running a new one in a couple of weeks’ time! :razz: :razz: xx

  8. This is a wonderful website…I love all cats but I have fallen in love with the Bengal..They are absolutely beautiful and they have a disposition so different from other kitties…I adopted my Amethyst and I knew there was something about her that drew me to her…She is almost 2 yrs old and is a wonderful addition to our family. She still loves to run around and play. She is one of the most active cats I have ever had. I sent a picture, and she is a beauty…we love her…Your pictures of the kitties are beautiful..<3 :smile: :lol: :twisted: :

  9. Aww your cat family is so beautiful. I have a nearly 2 years old part-Bengal called Richard who is lively and always looking for more mischief to carry out. He was playing with a packet of tissues last night!

    S2

    1. Thank you for your lovely words, S2! I must check out packs of tissues – they sound like fun toys! :lol: :cool: xx

  10. I just LOVE your website and, I’ve just subscribed :lol: Thank you so much for this new website about “Is my cat a Bengal” You guys helped in confirming what my vet and others’ have told me and my husband over the years we’ve had Zekaiah…aka Boo! He is a Cross-Bengal…He has the M he has the thumb print, he has the attitude..lol…and, even though he is not a “Purebred Bengal..we don’t care!! We love him just the same. He was a rescue we saved when he was approx. 3-4 weeks old. He will be 5 this summer.
    You guys are AWESOME!! Love the pics, the info and everything! Love ya Spot, Lula, Harry, Friday and Robbie. You are all very beautiful!!! <3

  11. I been watching your website for some time now and I love you all . I love your stories and your amazing photographs I have a cat called Smartie she’s just like Harry in colour and I love her to bits .Good luck with your web site I will be Watching xx

  12. Hi Spot I’ve only just seen your blog , I love your cat family . I spend far too much time on you FB sight lol I love your blog I’ve been crying with laughter at some of your pics and comments. I would love a Bengal Cat but unfortunately my present circumstances do not allow this. I gain so much pleasure watching your cat family .Keep up the good work Spot you most adorable handsome cat <3 xxx

  13. Hey Spot, I’ve finally subscribed! You know how much I love reading about you on FB & I was a very proud mummy when you put my picture of Thibaw on your page. Big love to you & all the family xx

  14. I love your web site and I so enjoy reading what you post. Thank you for the time and energy that you have put into your site.

    1. Hello Zoe! You will see advice about letting her out etc in our advice centre :) For now, keep her on the food she is used to while she settles in, you don’t want to upset her tummy. If she likes that food and gets on with it ok, there’s no real reason to change, though lots of people like to feed grain-free food – it’s well-tolerated by lots of Bengals and doesn’t have so many additives as some other foods do <3

  15. just fostering our cat, and we were told she’s a bengal, but by all the pictures on here, we’re not sure. Can you help us identify what type of cat we have?

    1. Hi Ron! Please send some photos to our email: bengalcatworld @ iCloud.com (remove spaces) and we will take a look for you!

    1. Hello Siti! If you google Bengal cat breeder Singapore, there are a couple who would seem to be based there. Just make sure you research them thoroughly and check that they are properly registered with someone like TICA. This breeder looks quite good, though of course this is not a recommendation as we don’t know them – http://bengalcatsofsg.blogspot.co.uk

  16. I had to pop over here to see why I hadn’t heard anything about Friday and Harry. Very sad to read. Also, to leave love for you all. Xo

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