Dam: Anaktoron Dafne Sapphire
Sire: WD.CH. R- Cashmir de Ramazan (A)
It was a May afternoon when a small Bengal head emerged from behind a corner in a mountain house. I remained still he remained still. A few minutes later with two leaps this little Bengal cat threw himself on the sofa in a more comfortable and elevated position. Then I decided to try to caress him and he, unexpectedly, immediately began to give me basins on the hand.
His eyes were still the color of the puppies, far from the bright and shiny emeralds they are today.
It was love at first sight !!!!
I had no doubt about the choice but I had reserved some exceptions, but I forgot them in the precise moment when I saw my love.
Then he had 4 months, time has passed, he has changed a lot, has grown and matured becoming the beautiful cat that is today !!!
Every second in his company is a golden second and when he decides to play then he must play, independently of anything else.
His coat is brown spotted, his physical structure is remarkable, he is the son of a Bengal champion of the way and in general I would say he likes movement, running, jumping.
He has a puppy temperament, understands little of the situations, likes to do what he wants and if he thinks there is a potential dangerous situation, he is the first to cut the rope and the last to reappear.
I love him very much !!!
I am proud to introduce Loris of Wild King Benglas.
Loris is a Bengal Cat with a very rare and particular coat, its SILVER color makes Loris elegant and extremely shiny. The intensity of color and contrast bring out defined, clear and radiant rosettes.
His face is practically pre-perfected, the nose-mouth line is straight, the ears are small but not too much and spaced far enough to make the upper part of his head particularly spherical.
The central trunk of Loris' body is imposing, robust, strong and this suggests a physical development suitable for the role of stallion.
Its legs do not present anomalies, slightly larger at this moment they are preparing to support a great piece of crawl :)
Loris' tail has no knots, has a relatively large diameter and its length is proportionate to the bust and legs.
The natural morphology of a Bengal Cat's face must convey an expression almost similar to a feeling of fear, dismay, perplexity. The round shape of the eyes, the small ears and the circularity of the face must communicate to the observer an almost frightened cat and in Lorsi this property seems to be there.
I am particularly proud and proud of Loris, he is the first male Bengal Cat born here in Wild King Bengals who will join the breeding program. Her dad is Hercule of Glittersand while her mom Agatha of Silverstorm. In the gallery in some photos you can see the young Loris playing with his dad (brown spotted) and in some with his mom (melanistic).
Loris will be an official breeder and her fixed, stable, definitive female Bengal Cat will be the wonderful Alika of Wild N Sweet Bengals.
These two boys could give me puppies with a silver, snow, melanistic and brown spotted coat.
Art interpreted by nature.
Good luck young stallion.