The Cashmere is a longhair version of the Bengal. The Bengal was developed in the States by crossing the forest dwelling Asian Leopard cats, (Felis Bengalensis) to domestic cats, some of which carried the longhair gene. This has resulted in the Bengal, a medium to large shorthair cat that resembles in miniature the mesmerising, exotic looks, and attraction of the wild's big cats, as well as a longhair version, the Cashmere. Active, quick and agile, the Cashmere is intelligent and they speak with a soft gravely voice.
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