Wild Trax Bengal Breed
There are several colors and patterns
available in the Bengal Breed. Below are examples of
some of the the Bengals we have produced and a brief
description of that color or pattern trait. Please be
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*I apologize for the watermarks over the photos, but
scammers have been stealing photos from legitimate breeders
and posting cats for sale, that they do not have or
own, on other websites in order to scam people. If you
recognize our cats or photos on ANY other site that
does not list our cattery name with the photos, please
contact me. Scammers have been using my cat photos WITH
the watermark on them on online classified ad websites
and claiming to be affliated with me.
I DO NOT ADVERTISE CATS FOR SALE ON
ANY OTHER WEBSITE OR ANY ONLINE ADS. I AM NOT AFFLIATED
WITH ANYONE ELSE OR ANY ADS-I DO NOT CO-OWN CATS WITH
ANYONE ELSE NOR DO I HAVE OTHER PEOPLE AUTHORIZED TO
SELL CATS FOR ME.
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Brown Spotted Bengals
Snow Spotted Bengals
The Snow Bengal has several color variations
within the snow category. There is the Seal
Mink Snow, Seal Lynx Snow, and Seal Sepia
Snow. Snow Bengals generally have the most
glitter of all the Bengal colors.
The Mink Snow has a cream colored background
with tan to cocoa brown markings. They will
have aqua (blue-green) to green colored eyes
that will reflect green. The Mink Snows are
born with some color, unlike the Lynx Snow who
are born solid white. Snow markings are light
as kittens but will get darker as they mature.
Mink Snow markings at maturity are generally
darker than the Lynx Snow.
Wildtrax does not currently offer any snow
colored bengals. This is for reference to the
colors of bengals only.
Seal Lynx Point Snows generally
have an ivory background with tan to cocoa brown
spots and markings. They are the lightest colored
of all the snows. They have light blue eyes that
will reflect red. They are born almost pure white
and develop their color and markings as they mature.
Therefore the older they get, the darker their
coats. Generally by 6 months of age their markings
will be fully developed.
The Sepia Snow has a
cream or light yellowish colored background with
tan to rust brown markings, looking very similar
to the Mink Snow, except they will have gold to
green colored eyes. The Sepia Snows are born with
some color, unlike the Lynx Snow, and their markings
will get darker as they mature. Sepia Snow markings
at maturity are generally darker than the Lynx
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