A Bengal (domestic) cat is a hybrid of a domestic cat and a wild Bengal (dwarf) cat.
A physically mature Bengal cat will weigh between 3.5 and 4.5 kg, and a physical mature male – from 4.5 kg to 7 kg. Adult growth animal is 26 to 33 cm. Bengals are considered fully physically matured at the age of one and a half to two years.
However, many Bengal cats and cats can reach significantly larger sizes, up to 9 or even up to 10 kg, and some others may be less than 3.5 kg. Females may end up in the predicted weight range of males and vice versa, but this is unusual for the breed.
Exceptionally high weight bengal cats like generally not fat or fat. The average average a healthy animal, most likely there will be no problems with excessive weight gain because the breed is well known for its activity and energy. By consuming this energy, bengals save your healthy weight and fitness.
How to weigh your cat, see the video below.