The desire to have your own mini-leopard at home should be supported by knowledge about the characteristics of the physical data and the nature of such a pet in order to organize proper care and the high quality of his life. First of all, you need to understand that the Bengal feline is the result of the crossbreeding of several breeds of ordinary domestic cats and a wild Asian leopard cat. As a result, we got an elite view from the subfamily of domestic cats, combining the qualities of a wild beast (external exterior, some habits) and a homely affectionate and livable pet. Since at present usually Bengal cats and cats are representatives that are already quite distant from a wild forest descendant for a dozen generations, the positive characteristics of the domesticated animal’s character prevail. The results of the careful work of breeders guarantee that it is not difficult to keep bengals in ordinary home conditions without causing inconvenience to the owner or the animal itself.
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For a Bengal, there must be a high claw point in the house (a game town), they jump very high, they need this to maintain good physical shape. A Bengal cat can climb to any height. And the cats and cats of our cattery, except for claws, still love to jump onto the cabinets and watch us imposingly from the very top. If there is a bengal in the house, it is imperative to ensure its safety, etc. to. his curiosity and instinct for the hunter can play a trick on him. Mosquito nets should be on the windows, but I have repeatedly removed even adult bengals from such a net, when they climbed over it like a claw-claw, behind some butterfly, and under the weight of an adult cat the net can still fall out, so the windows can We open them only for ventilation. If a bengal lives in a house, it can easily run away for a bird, etc., they are very addicted and can easily get lost. The free range of a bengal on a plot of a private house is unsafe, therefore, if you want to walk your pet, you need to build a spacious aviary with a roof or walk it on a leash. So, if a “little leopard” (bengal) appeared in your house, try to protect it and yourself from unpleasant adventures. Continue reading