He is our 5th Bengal since 1989 and I haven't had that sort of problem, but I imagine that they could be if treated badly, especially as they have a strong neck and bite. I find them to be very intelligent, playful, good company, very affectionate and would recommend them to anyone.
We lost our first marbled Bengal to a brain tumour but still have his half sister who is now 10 years old and just couldn't resist this one when offered him.
Sat at my workbench making up some pole rigs last night & I heard an odd noise behind me.
Oscar had sneaked up onto my desk & the bugger was busy lapping up the glass of IPA I've just poured.
The truth is now out: BossHogg's offloaded a bleedin' alky on me!
Sisters.......Isla and Lois, now almost 5 months old. Lovely when they’re asleep - when awake they are absolutely batshit crazy, mad as mad things in Madtown on Mad Day. They are Bengal/oriental crosses, so l knew what was coming and only have myself to blame.
This little thing has suddenly developed a limp, OH reckons she's got a piece of glass stuck in her paw from outside the block where some twat smashed a bottle on the ground and couldn't be f'ked to clear it up. Couldn't get a vet's appt tonight so has 1st appt tomorrow.