I just found out that I can put this in poll form so im deleating the old thread and posting it again in the new form. To all those who already responded and cast your vote in the old thread please
cast your vote again your opinion is very
important to me!
This is a question for all you breeders and bengal people/lovers out there... I want to get opinions on which kitten I should keep. I know it's probably too early to tell but your opinions might help.
I've posted these pictures before but i'll post them here too and everyone let me know which one you vote for. I can't guarantee that i'll keep the kitten that gets the most votes but I thought this would be fun and interesting. So everybody feel free to cast your votes-even if you don't know bengals.
After you read the descriptions you will see why it will be so hard for me to choose since they all have some wonderful things to offer in my breeding program.
Ok here goes...
this is baby #1 his name is Cash. so far he is a golden brown color. He has some large spots that are starting to rosette. He is the biggest kitten and eats like a pig. Has a pretty laid back disposition. His background coat is not as clear so far as the the other boy but his large spots that are starting to rosette might make up for it. If he's anywhere near the size of his dad he'll probably get about 20 lbs.
contestent # 2 is Sirabi. He is smaller then cash but is background color is a lighter golden brown and his markings are very dark. He has an incrediably
clear coat (from birth). His spots are a little smaller then cash's but he has some shoulder rosetting already. He seems to have smaller ears then cash too. He caught my eye as soon as he was born.
Contestent # 3 is Cookie. Cookie is a big girl but not quite as big as Cash. Cookie has a very light background coat that is a greyish white. Her markings are SUPER dark. She is an ususual color and I can't quite figure out yet what color she actually is. She may be a brown or she may be a silver, but we think she is charcoal (charcoals can be genetically silver or brown, therefore I still don't know what color she really is) I have hardly ever seen charcoal bengals so she is pretty interesting. She has very large spots.She does have a few rib stripes so far one one side but they may break apart as she grows. She does seem to have larger ears then the rest so far too. Bred to a silver she would probably make some stunning babies with dark markings. Her personality is sweet (so far). She's a large female so that helps when having kittens.
And last but not least is Duma. Duma is a spitfire. She will fight for any nipple that she desires. She is the smallest of the group but the one with the most attitude. Duma is highly roufsed (yellow tone that is desirable in bengals) she has the smallest ears of the bunch. She has lots of small spots all over (rosettes are preferred to spots and large spots are preferred to small spots)but is not rosetted. She dosen't have a complete tabby "M" which is desirable, but her M might come in later. Bred to the right cat she could produce rosetted kittens with a golden yellow background and no tabby "M"