Well, while he does exhibit quite a number of the ALC traits... I'm assuming that's what they are, anyway, given that in all the cats I've had, or known, or people I've known have had.. no one has seen their kitties do the things that he does.
Now, that being said... he does engage a bit in hunting behavior... when he's hungry. He was bad about it, before we started him on a raw diet. He's an exceptionally picky eater and we spent a year and a half trying to find *anything* that he would eat... and then we'd find something, and the very next day, he'd turn his nose up at it. The raw diet is the very first thing he's consumed that he actually eats a lot of, and he's finally filling out...
Ummm. the point there was that he's calmed down now, and we are fairly certain that it's in great part due to the fact that he's not hungry 24/7. He does occasionally still engage in hunting behavior. He's also got the kitten to zip around with now too.. and zip... zip.... zip .. they do. All the time. I'm fairly certain if we didn't seperate them at bedtime...they'd still be zipping.
Khan, the F3, thinks of himself as King. He projects kingliness...but he has yet to convince any one but the Mau, Bagheera..that indeed, that is the case. The kitten, all four pounds, keeps up with all of his 12 pounds, with every ounce of vigor and perhaps even more attitude than Khan has. The domestic, Noel... just simply whaps him across the head when he tries to tackle her, occasionally, when he's zipping around here and gets out of line (like if he pounces Bagheera) Noel will engage in moderator behavior and put his elevated attitude back in its place. Noel is mom.
He will do his little nunnungnung growl.. this is an ongoing growl that sounds like a demon has possessed our boy .. sometimes this ends in 20 seconds, or as soon as someone moves away from his food dish... or in the case of Tavi.. the Bengal I used to have, he did it solidly for about four days, gave up when she simply looked at him, completely unimpressed, and shrugged her shoulders and rolled her eyes.. and went back to washing herself. Then they got a long great and I think if she had stayed alive, she would have established herself as the monarch, next to Noel, of course.
With this kitten, it took one day, and suprisingly... usually being the last one to get along with new babies, thus far, he was the first to adopt this kitten, and got along with her long before the girls accepted her. He was washing her, and he'd effectively adopted her.. taught her how to play, amongst other things...he's really much closer to her than he has been to any of the cats. Maybe he thanks her for bringing the raw.. I don't know. Their relationship is incomprehensible, given his personality.
He's usually a loner. He gets PO'd at my sister when she leaves...she shares "his" room at night.. when she gets home, he pulls a snit. He won't even look at her, and pointedly ignores her by sitting next to me and just pretending he neither hears nor sees her.
With Bagheera, he thinks it's great fun to chase her. She will run, if he pins her, she'll scream like she's being murdered... but with that being said.. 10 minutes later she's sitting next to him somewhere, doing something with him. When he pounces Noel like that, she whaps him in the head. When he pounces the kitten like that, she promptly rolls him over and beats him up, or fights back..
We did have one male her, who we brought in as an adult from the same breeder. He had some potty issues that we were trying to work with and rehabilitate.. but ended up being marking behavior.. he never did accept Pepper.. that being said...Pepper was often separated from the rest of the household (Noel doesn't really take well to adults either), and wasn't really ever incorporated into the household, full blown, due to pottying issues. So, I really don't know if he would have ever actually accepted him. They never got into anything more than a slapping battle. However, I would say that Pepper definitely had the best of Khan.. and Khan very well knew it. That may well be why they never got into it.
As BengalBabe said.. he's definitely fearless. I think most of his F3 qualities manifest in other ways. He's not really...well, I wouldn't call his aggression deadly or lethal. I actually think that overall, the two girl Bengals have been more so than he is, but he's pretty territorial in that he has very defined lines and boundaries. Not so much with the other cats, but..like, his room is his room. That's where he sleeps, that's his bed, he's got his routine, and *any* deviation from that routine and he's a complete poophead.He gets his food in exactly the same place, every day, on the cat tree.. away from the other cats. He won't use the litter box in his room unless he absolutely has to.. he will, indeed, hold it all night and come bursting out of the room in the morning to potty in one of the other litter boxes. If by some unfortunate force of nature, he has to use *his* litter box... he won't speak to my sister for a good five or six hours. To take a quote from Caeser... he's got rules, boundaries and limitations.. but for instance, he won't chase another cat out of his room. He does get peeved when another cat spends time with my sister.
Now, when we had the Great Dane, he terrorized her. He would stalk her, and beat the heck out of her. Dogs are not, under any circumstance, permitted in his home.
So... I guess when I say territorial, I'm talking about his rules, his boundaries, but not necessarily, this is my litter box, dare to use it, or this is my room, dare to enter. He's just a very very odd duck. But ultimately, he does defer to the domestic's rule.
I just don't know...he's just so unusual he's an enigma.