What is a silver charcoal coat?
In Bengal cats is a combination of a silver background whit dark, bold markings. The "inhibitor" gene gives the inhibiting effect that archive the silver effect, giving the coat a silvery, cool shine. High contrast is created by charcoal black markings, on a silver base. The outcome is a visually captivating coat that exalts the Bengal's wild and exotic appearance. In silver charcoal Bengals there's often a glitter effect, that gives to their fur an overall sparkling ang luxurius look. This extraordinary coloration shows the direct connection of the breed to its wild progenitors, in particular the Asian leopard cat, it also adds a touch of chic to the Bengal's charm.