The markings develop gradually in a marbled Bengal, making it impossible to predict what a marbled Bengal kitten will look like as an adult cat. Some of Rembrandt’s markings were well-defined right away, like the stripes and diamonds on the back of his neck; others, like the faint reddish ones on his sides, are still barely noticeable.
At 14 weeks, the texture of Rembrandt’s coat has changed, too. He’s grown out of the “fuzzies” and into the smooth, sleek, incredibly soft pelt Bengals are known for.
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