Cat (Prionailurus Bengalensis) is a small (around
wild cat which lives in
South East Asia. There are
eleven sub species of ALC. Its relation to the Leopard is distant, as
the Leopard is a member of a different genus,
ALC is a small spotted cat know as a 'lesser cat.' ALC's
are semi nocturnal, they are shy and feed on birds,
lizards, amphibians, insects and small rodents.
In most cases the
ALC has been reared by a breeder from birth and then
mated with a Bengal and bred on for a domestic cat that
mimics the beautiful ALC, with stunning rosettes and
golden coats. The young from the
ALC x Bengal is referred to as an F1 and the second
generation F2 Bengal and so on.
I have introduced 4 F2 Bengal kittens
into my breeding programme I chose them carefully;
firstly for temperament then for a real wild head, small
rounded ears, a thick tail and of course super well
defined markings. These F2 kittens will enable me to
create new Tarantela lines. Lines which will retain the
'wilder look' of the ALC but with the behavior of a
loving pet. Temperament is everything for us, our
females and babies are in house most of the time and
part of our family, this way we ensure our kittens are
ready to join a family and have a happy life.
All our kittens are health checked, vaccinated,
registered and insured.