Bengal cats are famed and desired for their striking, “wild” appearance:
There are lots of different variations to how Bengals may appear. For example, some have spots/rosettes whereas others have a marbled appearance (and then others have stripes):
But can Bengal cats have white paws?
Long story short, no. It is not believed that any purebred Bengal cat can have white paws.
In fact, a purebred Bengal will have no white on its body except for the patch under his/her chin, as per this photo:
If you see a Bengal cat that has white paws, then it could be a cross breed – or possibly even a different breed altogether.
However, if you want to know whether or not purebred Bengal cats can have white paws, the answer is a resounding NO.