Roimata, I'm not sure which type of Bengal you were most interested in, but Siamese/tabby mixes do bear some resemblance to snow spotted or snow leopard Bengals. And you'll find a lot of those mixes at Petfinder.com, as well as at local shelters. Their markings will be very faint when they're kittens, and they may be pure white at birth, but by the time they're old enough to adopt, faint traces of the spots and stripes will be showing up.
I wasn't aware of the resemblance myself until a few years ago when someone who saw a photo of my Frosty, a Siamese/tabby mix who'd been abandoned by a bike trail when she was about ten days old in October 1991, asked if she was a Bengal. At the time I had no idea what Bengals looked like, but I checked out a lot of sites and soon understood the question. She has similar markings and eye color, and even has a temperament similar to that of Bengals. (She also has an unusually thick, strong tail, which I read somewhere was typical of Bengals, and she was an amazingly strong cat for her size when she was younger; she's thinner now, hyperthyroid.)
I'm going to post links to some photos of Frosty below, and you'll see two of my cats who are now at Rainbow Bridge in some of those pictures. Those cats and their relationship with Frosty are why I agree with the recommendations that if you adopt a kitten, you should adopt two -- ideally littermates, but even kittens close to the same age should bond like littermates.
My older cat, Sinbad (a female cat despite the name), was five years old when we rescued Frosty, and she was entertained by that tiny kitten but not the least bit interested in mothering her or even cuddling with her.
Thank God another kitten appeared a couple weeks later, crying for help in the middle of the night. Her momcat was a feral cat I'd never been able to catch or tame, but that night the kitten was afraid to follow her momcat through snowdrifts after an early winter storm, and I was able to catch the kitty and bring her in and she turned into a very contented, self-assured housecat in about 24 hours.
And Tiger bonded instantly with Frosty, and they were as close as littermates all their lives. The last two pix of them together were taken 13 years after the first, just weeks before Tiger went to the Bridge (she'd been diagnosed with untreatable cancer of the jaw by then, went to the Bridge a few weeks after the diagnosis).
I believe it helped Frosty immensely to have Tiger there. I know it saddened and puzzled her when she'd follow Sinbad around, copying her a lot of the time, but generally being ignored by her.
The links to the photos are below.
CindyFrosty's first baby picBaby Frosty with SinbadFrosty and Tiger as kittensFrosty grooming Tiger when they were 13 years oldFrosty napping with Tiger, when they were 13Frosty at 14 - this shows her markings pretty wellAnd one of my favorite photos of Frosty, taken two years ago; she was named Frosty because she literally sparkled in sunlight, as if her fur had been frosted