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. Continue reading
The Bengal cat breed is becoming increasingly popular. This means that sellers of kittens are becoming more and more, and you can already get a pet on the Internet without much hassle. And if you want to save money – even with your hands. However, those who know the information or have experience buying animals understand that it is better to go to the kennel for a thoroughbred cat than to dubious sellers who blindly pursue fashion.
WHAT KENNELS ARE
Nurseries are breeders who have proven and selected manufacturers: males and females. Such institutions are necessarily registered in felinological systems and clubs. Only a kennel with such registration can guarantee that breed standards are strictly adhered to, and kitten buyers receive 100% Bengalis.
An important advantage of nurseries is that they make sure that the kittens are genetically healthy. Like all breeding breeds, the Bengal cat breed is susceptible to a number of genetic diseases. Therefore, it is important that manufacturers are tested for hereditary diseases. Continue reading
is a disease that is common in many mammals. Some of its forms are considered congenital and appear immediately, while others develop with age. Gradually progressive blindness affects the outer surface of the retina. Specifically, this form of the disease is characteristic of Bengal cats. Doctors call this disease progressive retinal atrophy.
The disease affects photoreceptors. They register the incoming light flux on the retina. Photoreceptor cells begin to break down at the age of 8 weeks, and by about a year the animal completely loses sight. You can notice the signs of the disease in the period from 8 to 20 weeks.
SIGNS OF THE DISEASE
It is possible to detect hereditary blindness in a Bengal cat by external phenomena. Continue reading