Useful Bengal Cat links
1. Worldwide and General linksOne of the founders of the Bengal breed, Jean S. Mill has her own Web site and there are several Web pages on the TIBCS (The International Bengal Cat Society) Web site. Both are recommended - there is a list of those breeders worldwide who are members of TIBCS on the TIBCS site and several useful articles if you wish to breed Bengals. (UK breeders are listed by county.)
Another founder of the Bengal breed is Gene Ducote who runs the Gogees cattery - she sells her book on that site also.
For other Bengal books, do a search for Bengal cats on Amazon.com or (quicker delivery for the UK & Europe) Amazon.co.uk. We know that Jean S. Mill and Dan Rice both have one book available on Amazon, plus Amazon are helpful and quick.
If you are considering breeding Bengal cats, at least one good Bengal book is essential. Owning one book is also strongly recommended even if you are not breeding.
If you don't want to buy a book, there is a lot of good background information at Lopend Vuur Bengals.
2. United Kingdom-specific linksPalantir has a very good list of UK Bengal breeders with Web sites.
For good general information for the UK, the preliminary GCCF Standard of Points for judging Bengal cats and a question and answer page, we recommend the BengalCat.co.uk Web site.
Marie's Bengals has good background information about Bengals (the site plays loud music I'm afraid).
The Bengal Cat Club of Great Britain gives useful contacts including Bengal cat rescue information and breeder advertisements.
3. CommentsIf you have any comments about our Norcastle Bengals Web site, please send us email.
Note : we have no commercial ties to any of the recommended Web sites or books.
All these links were working when we checked them on 21st April 2010.