Brown Bengal Kitten
The brown Bengal cat (C, C colour genes) is the most popular of the Bengal cat colours and it was also the first to be recognized by TICA in 1983.
The traditional brown-coloured Bengals have green or gold eyes.
The ground colour can range from a gray-tawny tone to a vivid orange-gold.
The spotting, rosetting or marbling colour can range from black, light brown to a darker or reddish-brown.
If you have a brown furry friend, you probably know that brown comes in a variety of shades like Golden, Cream, Tawny, Honey, Taupe, Tan, Beige, Caramel, Cinnamon.
All shades of brown are accepted but an orange-brown is preferred for ground colour.
As you can see, there’s virtually every shade of brown available for the Bengal breed.
Now, with a brown Bengal, you can find these characteristics:
- Brown to jet black markings
- A blacktip tail
- Red nose
- Brown, copper, gold, green or hazel eyes
- A white belly is preferred