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Emily has been penning the adventures of her imagination since she was old enough to hold a pencil. Working at animal shelters for the last five years she learned an incredible amount about animal care and behavior. She is currently employed at a vet clinic where she continues her animal education. Emily’s love of animals is evident when you step into her home, which she shares with six dogs and six cats, all of whom were rescues.
Video: Cat Dad And Bengal Kitten Share An Adorable Bond

Cat Dad And Bengal Kitten Share An Adorable Bond

What could be better than watching a 5 month old Bengal kitten do slow motion jumps and pounces to the song Sail by AWOLNATION? If you ask me the answer is not much. This video is a great example of the athleticism, beauty, and intelligence of the Bengal breed. In the first 45 seconds of the video we get to see the little kitten leaping into the air and onto fences in pursuit of his …

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Bengal Cat's Strength And Agility In Action

Bengal Cat’s Strength And Agility In Action

Koru is an adorable one year old marbled Bengal kitten that loves nothing more than play time! In this video we get to see her running all over her house, playing with toys, and even being groomed by her brother Ukee. At the start of the video we join Koru as she tosses her toy into the air and then acrobatically flips and runs off after it. The mood is set as we listen to …

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Bang Bang: Bengal Kitty Playing Dead Trick

Bang Bang: Bengal Kitty Playing Dead Trick

In this video we get to see a stunning Bengal named Mystic perform his play dead trick to the song “Bang Bang” by Nancy Sinatra. We can see Mystic perform his trick with impressively adorable accuracy as his owner gives him the bang sign in different areas of the house. While this trick is adorable and seems intricate it is actually relatively easy to train. To teach your cat how to play dead you will …

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NYC Dance Project Bengal Cat

How 2 Bengal Cats Seduced The Dance Community

The NYC Dance Project has captured the attention of many art and dance enthusiasts across the globe. People are moved by the elegant poses of the dancers, the beautiful colors and flow of the images. Many cat lovers have found themselves intrigued by the project as well, due to the accidental appearance of the photographers Bengals. Deborah Ory and Ken Browar were inspired to start this innovative project when their daughter expressed an interest in …

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GoPro Follows a Bengal Cat's Backyard Adventures

GoPro Follows Mylo’s Backyard Adventures

For Bengal fanatics there isn’t anything more exciting than Bengals having fun and being themselves. That is exactly what you get to see in this video as a stunning Bengal named Mylo explores his backyard while his owner films with a GoPro Hero 4. The GoPro video starts out with the handsome feline slowly strolling in front of the camera with just the bottom of his face and lower body showing. We see the owner …

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Bengal Cat Tattoo Matthew Herbert

These Bengal Cat Tattoos Are Purrfection!

 While getting “inked” has been around for centuries, cat tattoos or “cattoos” are becoming more and more popular among cat lovers. This ultimate ode to our cats is taking dedication to a whole new level! There are cat lovers of all ages and genders taking to this new awesome art form, and I couldn’t be more excited about it! This new breed of tattoos has seen a huge spike in popularity according to Betty Rose, …

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Snow Bengal Kittens Falling Asleep Sitting Up

Snow Bengal Kittens Falling Asleep Sitting Up

If you have ever fallen asleep at work, or nodded off at dinner you will likely understand what these adorable Snow Bengal kittens are going through in this video. Sometimes the sand man is stronger than we think and sleep comes when we least expect it. In the video we get to see three cute snow bengal kittens as they settle down from a filling meal of both wet and dry cat food. One of …

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Farmers in China Domesticated Leopard Cats 5,500 Years Ago

Farmers in China Domesticated Leopard Cats 5,500 Years Ago

 It wasn’t long ago researchers believed cat domestication occurred in South West Asia. The birth of agriculture some 10,000 years ago led to an overpopulation of rodents. This rodent problem was an invitation to the wild cats of the area to come closer to humans. Felis silvestris lybica was the wild cat native to the area and is the cat that all current domestic cats (Felis catus) are descended from. While these cats weren’t domesticated …

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