When should a Bengal kitten be neutered?
Healthy Bengal kittens can be spayed or neutered when they are as young as six weeks, but most vets recommend doing it sometime between four and six months. Having the surgery performed before your cat reaches six months of age will put a stop to sexual related behaviors before they even develop.
Do you need to take care of a Bengal kitten?
The Bengal kittens need no special care as they need the same amount of care and attention that any domestic kitten requires. Though these are wild by nature, raw meat can cause food poisoning. Bengal cats love chicken so unseasoned cooked chicken meat is all that they want with their dry or soft food. Are Bengal Cats Aggressive?
What kind of problems does a Bengal cat have?
Making sure that the cat stays in a good weight without getting fat would prevent the Bengal cat from getting joint problems. A kidney condition Chronic Renal Failure (CRF), is a common problem in older cats. The most noticeable symptom is an increase in water consumption and urination. There are several conditions that can cause this disease.
Is there such a thing as a blue Bengal cat?
Dark silver striped tail with black feet is always seen on this type of Bengal. These Bengal cats have a light greyish blue or light blue colored skin with visible metal grey patterns on the fur. Blue Bengal breed cat is very rare to find and have a lot of demand among Bengal cats and kitten breeders.
How old does a male Bengal cat have to be to breed?
Male Cats are mostly infertile; however, some occasional male cats have the ability to reproduce. The female cats are all fertile. They start breeding from when they are one year old and retire from breeding when they are 4-8 years old depending upon the individual condition.
What kind of cat is a Bengal cat?
The Bengal cat is highly active. They love to play, are constantly moving around and love to be busy. Learn more about this breed Bengal Frequently As… Quality Bengal Kitte…
What should I do with my Bengal cat?
Cats like dark corners, and Bengals in particular love high places. You can provide safe dark corners by having ‘igloo’ type beds, or even cardboard boxes (which we love). See if you can provide a few high places for kitty to sit and survey his/her kingdom.
Can a neutered cat still kill a kitten?
You are describing mating behavior something even neutered cats will do to show dominance, and yes, if you keep them together you may come home and find a dead kitten in your home. He has been neutered two weeks. Thanks I will separate now, how long should I separate? Can I ask why would hiss suddenly start after 48 hours of normal play fighting?
Why is my older cat trying to kill my kitten?
By your description the stronger alpha one is showing dominance. Dominance is shown in three ways in the cat world- for males, mounting behavior (such as you describe) sleeping in high spots and eating first. Because your older cat sounds like a strong alpha he is showing the newcomer that he’s in charge.