Caring for your Bengal

The care that your Bengal receives is one of the most important factors in both of your lives. Quality care including good food, plenty of water, exercise, affection and the care of a good veterinarian professional who provides regular medical care. I have also included some other articles (with permission) on this page written by Tracy Painter of DFR Bengals because they are such good references when you are dealing with new situations. Please note, the information here is provided as is and should not be construed to replace the care of a good vetrinarian.

Feeding your Bengal by Alan Brown, RainbowSafari Bengals

Water for your Bengal by Alan Brown, RainbowSafari Bengals

Exercising your Bengal by Alan Brown, RainobwSafari Bengals

Affection and your Bengal by Alan Brown, RainbowSafari Bengals

Medical Care for your Friend by Alan Brown, RainbowSafari Bengals

Cat Grooming, A Kitty Makeover by Alan Brown, RainbowSafari Bengals

Alan's five minute glop recipe

Breeding with Cat Blood Type B - Bengals-L email discussion compiled by Gerry in Oz

One of the most delightful cat behaviorists you could hope to talk about your cats with is Marilyn Krieger. Marilyn works with Bengal rescue and has agreed to feature some of her articles on this web site.

Bengal Behavior - "Tips on Transitioning a Cat to Inside Living" by Marilyn Krieger

Bengal Behavior - "Ask the Cat Coach, Nevada Sue" by Marilyn Krieger

Bengal Behavior - "Home Alone" by Marilyn Krieger

Bengal Behavior - "Solving the Litter Box Challenge" by Marilyn Krieger

"Toxic Plants" by Marilyn Krieger

"Toxic Substances" by Marilyn Krieger

Plants are a beautiful addition to your home. Please make sure you only have plants that are safe for you cat. Something as simple as an Easter Lily or Poinsetta can do a great deal of damage to your friend.

Plants that are poisonous to your cat

Plants that are safe for your cat

Many of these articles by Tracy Painter have been previously published in the Bengal Bulletin. Tracy is active with the Mid-Pacific Bengal Rescue Network. The time she and Marilyn Kreiger spend making sure every Bengal gets a good forever home is very important to the breed.

Bottle Feeding Kittens by Tracy Painter, Mid-Pacific Bengal Rescue

Early Weaning by Tracy Painter, Mid-Pacific Bengal Rescue

Glop Recipe by Tracy Painter, Mid-Pacific Bengal Rescue

First Aide by Tracy Painter, Mid-Pacific Bengal Rescue

Controling Bleeding by Tracy Painter, Mid-Pacific Bengal Rescue

Breaks & Sprains by Tracy Painter, Mid-Pacific Bengal Rescue

Preparing for a C-Section by Tracy Painter, Mid-Pacific Bengal Rescue

Feline Acne by Tracy Painter, Mid-Pacific Bengal Rescue

Chemical PoisoningTracy Painter, Mid-Pacific Bengal Rescue

Diseases and problems in Neonates by Tracy Painter, Mid-Pacific Bengal Rescue

Poisonous Bites and Stings by Tracy Painter, Mid-Pacific Bengal Rescue

Stud Tail by Tracy Painter, Mid-Pacific Bengal Rescue

Ticks by Tracy Painter, Mid-Pacific Bengal Rescue

Skin Wounds by Tracey Painter, Mid-Pacific Bengal Rescue

 

 

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