Quality Bengal Kitten Bengal Owners Blog

With a combined experience of over 30 years breeding Bengals, Jon and I try to share our knowledge whenever we get a chance.  Many of these article topics are inspired by questions we repeatedly see on discussion boards or items we are often asked by our customers.  We hope you find the answers to some of your questions here.

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Do I have enough space for a Bengal cat?

One of the most common questions we get from people researching Bengals is whether or not they have enough space to make a Bengal happy.  The answer is as simple - or rather complex - as the old cliche. It's…

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What to do if your Bengal chews too much

You come home from work to find frayed electrical cords, severed shoelaces, and hole-filled socks.  While the guilty party sleeps comfortably at the top of her cat tree, you begin to pick up the pieces and throw away the leftover…

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Is it a Bengal?

If you were to check any Bengal breeder's email inbox or hang out in a Bengal cat chat group and you are bound to find the infamous question attached to a picture - is it a Bengal?

First, we have…

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How to Play with your Bengal Cat

"You've got to be kidding me - how to play with your Bengal?  Everyone knows how to play with a cat.  Besides, my cat plays by itself.  I bought it a bunch of toys, and it can just chase those…

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Adopt or Shop: It's YOUR Choice

Are you thinking about buying a purebred cat, but you aren’t quite sure you should because of all the animals in shelters? You may want to consider the pros and cons of both options before making that decision. 


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Do Bengals like to be Touched or Held?

The Bengal personality can run the gamut. In general, they are extremely social cats - wanting to be involved in everything you do, but also, in general, they are an all-four-on-the-floor cat, meaning they prefer to have their feet on…

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What Treats are Best for Raw-Fed Bengal Cats?

Finding the right treats for a raw-fed cat can be a little challenging because most treats come in kibble form which the raw-fed cat may not recognize as being food.  Finding a treat your cat loves, though, is important.  Unlike…

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2018 Show Season Wrap Up

The Quality Bengal Kittens Clan experienced its best show season to date - taking the top spots in all three Bengal categories in the Mid Pacific Region. 

Vera earned the spot of Best Bengal.  She started strong by making…

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Do Bengals get along with Dogs?

Bengals are very social animals.  That belief that cats would prefer to live a solitary life if they had the choice is not true for the Bengal cat.  Bengals need social interaction.  They need to have a family - a…

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Are Bengal cats Hypoallergenic?

One of the most frequent questions we get from people is whether or not Bengal cats are hypoallergenic?  The correct answer is yes, they are hypoallergenic, but to fully understand that answer, you must realize that hypoallergenic does NOT mean…

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