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Don't just take someone's word that your potential family member is a certain quality.  Educate yourself and find out what traits YOU want in your kitten/cat.  This will allow you to choose based on a comparison between price and quality.  You can then judge what quality of kitten/cat you are shopping for and what it will cost.

 

 

The key to a successful introduction of a Bengal kitten into your busy household will depend greatly upon following a strict introduction procedure.
 
First, strict quarantine in a small room such as a bathroom with a litter box, food and water.  Very frequent quiet visitations at first.  Just sitting with them to let them get used to you.  Then brushing with a toilet brush (a NEW one) and talking a lot to them.  Then petting them after brushing with the toilet brush.  Then, after several days, brief periods of gentle lifting and putting them back down.  Then after a few days of this, picking them up and holding them for brief periods.  When picking up a Bengal cat or Bengal kitten, have the kitten face away from you  and then place both hands one in front of the other under their mid section.  Gently pull the cat into your and hold gently but firmly.  This will make them feel secure.  Put down in the same manner.  Do not let them jump out of your arms, they may get hurt.
 
Then after this goes well, and they are totally relaxed, you can let them into a slightly bigger space.  Still no introductions to dogs or other cats at this point.  Making the children sit quietly and brush them with the brush and speak quietly to them.  Then after that goes well, they can pet them.  After all that goes well, then you can take a towel and rub the scent of the cats and introduce the smell of the cats to each other.  This allows them to get used to the smell before actually meeting.  The full quarantine must last at a minimum 2 weeks.
 
When I had dogs and cats, I made sure the cat had a high place to be when the dog came in.  I made sure that the dog didn't chase the cat.  Some cats will never get used to dogs, and others will.  You can never tell which will and which won't.
 
Some cats will get along and some won't.  Some will adjust after some time.  These things just can't be predicted.  You will have to be willing to live with the possibility that a new addition may not get along with existing animals in your household.  If you are comfortable with that, then I would say it will probably all work out.
 

 

What We Feed Our Studs, Moms and Kittens!

Iams Hairball Care Food Information   Royal Canin Baby Bengal Kitten Cat Food

We feed Iams Hairball to our boys, and Royal Canin Queen mixed with Iams Hairball 50/50 to our moms.  Our babies get Royal Canin Baby Cat to begin their lives and Royal Canin Kitten mixed with Iams to continue their Growth.  We also feed our moms and babies a wonderful combination of raw meat to insure full nutrition and health.  It also keeps the weight on our moms during the stressful time of nursing.

  We love the condition, health and bright spirit of our Bengal Kitten babies on these foods. 

Bengals can be prone to digestive upsets even when negative for all parasites including Tri Trichomonas Foetus.  For this reason, we always give Iams Hairball mixed with any other foods we feed.  This seems to keep them regular and happy.  If your bengal has watery stools, there ARE ways to help them.  Testing for Tri Trich is the first step.

 

 

Toys Our Bengals Just Love!

Toys are really important in interacting with your Bengal.  They LOVE to play and will usually play until they are very winded unless you step in and slow it down a little.  We have found the above toys and other methods of spending time with our bengals to be particularly effective and helpful.  We wanted to share our secret "tricks" with you.

From left is the popular Cat Nip filled fuzzy mouse.  Always a popular item with the adults.  The second from left is a rubber "fur remover" brush found at Wal-Mart or dollar store.  We always look for the ones where the bristles are really soft and pliable.  The cats love to be groomed with these.  They do a great job of pulling out dead hair and are particularly helpful in the spring.  But the cats just seem to think they are at the spa with this thing. 

The next item is the old popular toilet brush.  When an old breeder friend told me of this I thought "how disgusting" (we don't also use it on the toilet :-)  )But when I saw the enjoyment the cats got from a brush with this I understood.  I can take this brush and tap it on the floor and the cats come running for a brush.

The next item is a hard plastic wand with tinsel on it.  They love this thing especially as babies. 

The next one is an item we found at a cat show and have never found one that the cats enjoy as much.  We finally found the wholesaler and now offer them for sale. (mainly to keep enough on hand for ourselves)  They are a flexible plastic wand with a heavy duty twine.  On the end is a fuzzy "mouse" with a tail of streamers.  We can get the cats to play for hours with this and it is easy to teach them to fetch. 

The last item to the right is another item we found while searching for the teaser toy previously mentioned.  I have only found these at one place.  They have feathers on them for interest and crinkly paper which makes noise and the cats go crazy.  We offer them for sale as well.

Another must with a bengal is a tall cat tree.  Preferably 5-6 feet tall.  Look for one with shelving staggered so that the cat can easily jump from one shelf to another.  Some make the shelves underneath each other.  Looks great, but not so easy for the cat to climb and descend.

We wish you all the best in your play and grooming with your new family member.  Remember, Have Fun!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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