Savannah Cats and Bengal Cats Make Bad Pets
*Why do Hybrid Breeders hate this video?
BCR is trying to educate the public before they pay $3,000+ for a cat. Breeders think they might lose money if people hear another view point. In our time, we have seen a number of unwanted hybrids.
Breeding down a wild cat with a domestic ruins any chance of the wild genes to continue on and save the species.(Seen with the loss of interest in the wild Amur Leopard Cat to the hybrid Bengal cat)
Let alone, why make another
Few animal shelters will accept "Bengal cats" (i.e. Asian leopard cat-domestic cat hybrids) or any other wild cat-domestic hybrid. Read more at "What about hybrid cats?" (http://bigcatrescue.org/cats/wild/hybrids.htm)‘Chatty’ Bengal cats seeking good homesPublished: November 29, 2009 3:00 a.m.Devon HaynieThe Journal GazetteJanet Saltzman runs a rescue for Bengal cats.These are house cats, she makes clear. And though they’re not always the cuddliest felines, they’re in no way related to the much bigger Bengal tiger.“They’re very active,
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