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Angry Lovers

Occasionally, a well-planned breeding you are looking forward to takes an unexpected detour when the bride and groom develop a dislike for one another. There are ways you can encourage love to bloom between even the most uncooperative of fiancées.


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The Bengal’s spots and rosettes make it look like a tiny leopard, and indeed, the breed originally came about from crossing domestic cats with wild Asian leopard cats. Although they’re now fully domesticated, the Bengal name is a nod to the Asian leopard cat’s scientific name, Prionailurus bengalensis.

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