Features of development and care
Domestic Bengals are treated like any cat. The same vaccinations, the same food. The basis of nutrition - meat, raw and boiled. You can give cottage cheese, egg yolks (1 - 2 times a week). If necessary, and vitamins, especially for kittens. Those who use dry food should give preference to professional products. You can also give and canned food. In general, everything as usual.
The same goes for litter toilets. Bengals like to dig in the "sand", so there are no problems with potty training.
Bengal kittens tend to be viable, mobile. Therefore, from the nest begin to come out a little earlier than their peers. Newborn babies look like yellow speckled chicks. At about 4 to 6 weeks, the coloration tinkers and begins to "smudge". The coat becomes longer. This age corresponds to the time when in nature kittens begin to explore the surroundings and must camouflage themselves from other predators, blending in with the surrounding landscape. But as they get older, they get prettier and get their real appearance by one year of age.