About the prevention of diseasesin Bengal cats
Reasonable prevention is always easier and cheaper compared to treatment, not to mention the suffering of the pet. In addition to mandatory vaccinations, a Bengal cat needs to be given complex specific vaccinations against the most common cat infections. It is easy for owners who really love their tails to adhere to the following rules:
– give only high-quality fresh food, whether it is industrial or natural feed; do not experiment too often with dishes unfamiliar to the cat; do not change the diet drastically;
– drink purified water, changing it in a bowl several times a day;
– fight against parasites – once a quarter to carry out deworming, even if the animal is completely domestic, because households can bring fleas from the street;
– monitor the change in the state of the animal – as soon as the pet “suddenly” began to behave differently, eats badly or drinks too much, the condition of the coat worsens – you need to see a veterinarian.
Professionals are unanimous that if a Bengal cat or cat is not involved in breeding, they need early sterilization. For health, it is most effective when the procedure is completed before puberty of the male or female. Statements and actions of a person from the series “give birth”, or “almost doesn’t mark”, or “give tablets – do not shout” are irresponsible.
By nature, good health, good immunity of representatives of the Bengal cat breed breeders and owners have always pleased. Representatives of the species for humans are not too allergenic, but they themselves are not particularly allergic. Feeling unwell, and sometimes even stopping the heart, can be caused by certain medications – for example, during anesthesia during surgery.
The natural endurance of the breed, the attentive attitude of the owners are the prerequisites and conditions guaranteeing a carefree healthy life for Bengalis throughout all 14-16 years of their feline age.