Thinking About a Bengal Kitten?
The allure of a gorgeous new Bengal kitten is tempting. However, with this bundle of love comes much responsibility. Make the commitment to providing a loving forever home after carefully thinking over the following considerations.
Do you have the time to actively play with your new Bengal? Bengals are a high energy breed; they need daily activity. This stimulation can come from either a high-energy feline playmate or a committed human companion. If your Bengal has a high energy playmate, it will demand less of you. When playing with your Bengal, you really need to wear it out and mimic a hunt. Read more about how to appropriately play with your Bengal here.
Bengals are highly social cats. For this reason, we are reluctant to place kittens into a home where there are no other pets unless there is a human companion who is home most of the time. Most Bengals are not happy being left home alone with no one to play with. If you have a home with no other pets, we will write into your contract that a second pet is the quickest fix should your Bengal have any depressive or destructive behaviors because its physical, mental, and social needs aren't being met.
Renters often find it both difficult and expensive to own pets. Do you see a move in your future? If so, will your Bengal Cat be able to move with you?
As all animal lovers know, when these cats enter our lives, they become one of the family. Just as one would never deny a sick child medical care, a sick kitten should have access to good medical care as well. Cats can live up to twenty years. Over the course of two decades, it is likely you'll end up at the vet for something other than a routine check-up. Are you financially ready and able to ensure quality health care for your Bengal cat? Pet Insurance is an option many people are choosing. You may want to look into a quote from Healthy Paws. You do get a discounted quote when using our link.
Give a Bengal a proper place to scratch, plenty of toys to play with, and a place to call home and you will not have trouble with them ruining your stuff. Bengals like high cat trees and most love a run on a cat wheel. Teaching them to walk on a butterfly harness and leash is also a great way to keep your Bengal busy
We are opposed to declawing as we have seen the negative effects it causes. Declawing causes more problems than it solves as it often results in depression, biting, and inappropriate elimination. For this reason, we do have a clause in our contract that does not allow any cat purchased from us to be declawed. If you are thinking of declawing, please do your research as most first world countries have made it illegal. Do not buy a kitten from us if declawing is something you'd consider.
Many people believe that those with cat allergies are not allergic to the Bengal cat. Is this true? It depends. Those who are allergic to cat dander or down hairs may not have an allergic reaction to Bengal cats. One would need to test out their sensitivity to Bengal cats specifically. However, those who are allergic to cat saliva are still allergic to Bengal cats. Read more about Bengal cats and allergies on our Blog.
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