By Jody Hewitt
What Are the Fuzzies you ask?
During what is called the fuzzie period the Bengal kittens usually grow a camouflage that will mute their markings and make them seem not as cute just like cats do in the wild.
When they are first born their markings are just beautiful while they are hidden in their dens by their Mothers then they start wandering out of their protective coverings and then Mother Nature takes over adding in these little white tip hairs that drive us crazy. This is what’s called the “Ugly Fuzzies” This happens between 3 weeks/ 8 months of age.
This hair does fall out leaving behind the most beautiful coat the outlining will darken and the colors will become richer. So for the most part this is only temporary all thou not pretty it would suite its purpose in the wild. So you just have to be patient and wait for their beautiful rich coloring to return in time. These Exotic Beauties Coats are the most unique in the domesticated cat world and are so much fun to watch develop.
In turn it is more of a headache to the breeder of these wonderful cats than it is to anyone else. It is incredibly hard to place kitten in their fuzzies into permanent homes. The general population doesn’t find Bengal kittens in this particular stage attractive there for harder to sell. Some look at it as an adventure as their Bengal changes from small kitten into full grown cat with different variations of coloring along the path.
So it’s not a case of To Fuzzies or Not To Fuzzies its when and how long will it last. It’s all about the twists and turn along the way to the surprise at the very end.
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Im Jody Hewitt I Breed, Raise, Show, and Sell Bengal Cats. Located in Arizona I have a Passion for all animals wild or domestic I can be reached at: http://www.DreamersLegacy.com
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