Fuzzing (blurred, vague, unclear) is a phenomenon of distortion of the color of Bengals in childhood.
The color of Bengal cats is formed slowly. In kittens aged 1-2 weeks to about 4-6 months the coat may become faded,
may have a grayish tint, the pattern looks fuzzy.
The kitten itself during this period may not look like a color of an adult Bengal - rather a mongrel cat.
On the soft coat of kittens aged 1-2 month appears long greyish hair.
The kitten acquires an untidy appearance and looks much fluffier than an adult Bengal.
In some lines, phasing is more pronounced, in others - less.
On silver Bengals it is less noticeable, while gold ones can turn gray quite strongly.
Phasing is characteristic of all wild cats and some domestic breeds.
Something similar happens with birds or with swans.
Gradually, the grayish coat and the fuzziness of the pattern disappear, the correct Bengal color is formed by 4-6 months.
If you reserve a kitten at an earlier age, look at its parents, pay attention to the size and shape of the specks.
The rosettes and coat contrast in kittens become clearly visible by 3-4 months.
And the color can form up to a year, sometimes up to a year and a half.
Be patient and step by step watch the gradual transformation of a sloppy kitten into a handsome mini leopard - this is one of the wonders of wildlife, manifested in domestic cats.