The eye colors of bengal cats are usually gold, green, or yellow.
The majority of bengals have green eyes that sometimes look more grey or more gold depending on the lighting that they’re in.
While green and yellow colored eyes are the most common, some bengal cats may have blue eyes.
The only bengal cats with blue eyes are snow bengal cats.
Snow bengals will likely have blue eyes depending on what cats it was bred from and it’s genetics.
The snow bengal cats with blue eyes are always Seal Lynx Point Bengal cats.
Unless a bengal cat is a seal lynx point snow bengal, it will have yellow, green, or gold eyes.
Which Bengal Cats Have Green Eyes?
The bengal cats that have green eyes are usually brown bengal cats, snow mink bengal cats, snow sepia bengal cats, silver bengal cats, blue bengal cats, and black bengal cats.
The green eye gene is a dominant gene, so if one bengal cat has green eyes, it’s offspring will most likely have green eyes as well.
A bengal cat may have green eyes if it has been bred from an Egyptian Mau cat, Abyssinian cat, Bombay cat, British Shorthair cat, or Ocicat.
Which Bengal Cats Have Gold Eyes?
The bengal cats that have gold eyes are typically brown bengal cats, snow sepia bengal cats, silver bengal cats, blue bengal cats, and black bengal cats.
A bengal cat may have eyes that look gold in sunlight but green indoors.
All bengal cats are unique and there can be small differences in eye color between bengal cats even within the same litter.
All domestic cats with green eyes can also have eyes that are more golden, so any domestic cat that a bengal cat is bred with to produce a more domesticated bengal could possibly have gold colored eyes.
Which Bengal Cats Have Yellow Eyes?
The bengal cats that have yellow eyes usually are brown bengal cats, snow sepia bengal cats, blue bengal cats, and black bengal cats.
It is common for silver and black bengal cats to have yellow eyes.
Bengal cats that have yellow eyes are usually bred from Abyssinian cats, Bombay cats, or British Shorthair cats.
Which Bengal Cats Have Blue Eyes?
The blue eyed bengal cat is one of the rarest kinds of bengals and is often sought after.
The only bengal cats that have blue eyes are seal lynx bengal cats.
Seal lynx bengal cats are a specific type of snow bengal.
In order for snow lynx bengal cats to have blue eyes, they must have been bred from only Siamese cats and other blue eyed bengals.
Bengal cats have their spots and wild features because their ancestor is the Asian leopard cat.
To create the domestic bengal, Asian leopard cats have to be bred with domestic cats.
When Asian leopard cats are bred with Siamese cats, the resulting bengal has blue eyes.
The further offspring of that bengal will also have blue eyes as long as the breeder prioritizes the blue eye recessive gene and only breeds blue eyed bengals with other Siamese cats.