Our F5 Bengal Queen
has been retired.
She is looking for a loving forever home.
Painting of Queen Anne by Peter Paul Rubens, 1622-1625
|Born: March 10, 2006
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EnchantedTails Queen Victoria
When Queen Annes Lace was a kitten, a friend, who came to
visit every Mondy, called her "Fast Marble Girl".
All Bengals are pretty fast when playing and chasing
teaser toys, but Anne was the fastest! She is still a
quick girl, who has the build and type of her Asian
Leopard Cat ancestor, Art Deco of Lionsmountain. Anne
loves to "help" with whatever we are doing. Being true to
her nickname, she is quick to be right there to help on
any project! Anne is definitely a special girl. I will
highlight some of her great physical traits with the
Both parents tested HCM normal.
7 months old
You can see what a tight, slick, soft, and
silky coat Anne has.
It is a bit difficult to see her pattern through the sheen of
I love how she has spots in the marble pattern on her back.
In this photo, you can see the shape of Anne's
This egg shaped head is a most desirable trait with Bengals,
as it resembles the Asian Leopard Cat ancestor.
This is Asian Leopard Cat, Art Deco of
8 months old
I like the spotted legs on Queen Annes Lace
and no tabby "M"!!!
Story of How the Flower, Queen Anne's Lace, Got Its Name
1600's, while gazing at the flower on the "wild carrot" in the
garden, Queen Anne got an idea. The queen challenged her ladies
in waiting to make lace as intricate as the flower. The queen
also participated in the competition. Low and behold, it was
decided that the queen had made the most lovely lace pattern!
The red flower in the center represents a
blood droplet where Queen Anne pricked herself with a needle
when she was making the lace.
8 months old
Check out that loooong neck!
Again, the sheen of her coat is
reflecting the flash, obscuring her pattern.
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