The Bengal is a domesticated breed that has the amazing markings of a wild cat but with a loving, social personality! These cubs do very well with other cats, dogs, children but are also fantastic as a Pet Companion and are highly intelligent--in our experience they get to know your day to day life and meld with almost any household.
We personally breed toward the large two tone rosetted cubs but this is just our preference :)
Just a note, we don't mingle multiple litters together. All of our cubs are held in a kitten room with mommy until the day they come to your new home.
The purebred Bengal breed is also a good choice for families/people that have possible allergy issues as they have less dander then other breeds and tend towards a short tight pelt with little shedding.
Coloring varies from highly two tone donut rosetted with light gold backgrounds to various colors of snow to marble.
It is best to have a litter box on the main level that a cub will be introduced to easily and to use a non-enclosed litter box.
Cat litter should be unscented and dust free whenever possible. Scented litters can cause eye/ear and throat issues.
Show the cub the litter box immediately after coming home--literally out of the carrier and into the box.
When the cub has had time to sniff around start showing food, toys, treats, scratching posts, cat trees etc.
The kitten is going to be scared--this is normal--they are leaving mommy and litter mates and going to a brand new home with different smells and possibly other animals/children. Time is needed to adjust :)
Bringing a new kitten home...
Some simple tips!
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