if you have acquired a Bengal for your home chances are you weren't
exactly looking for a lap cat. Bengals need lots of exercise not only
for their physical health but for their mental health as well. It's
important for their cardiovascular health, circulation and digestion
as a preventative to constipation.
time to play with your Bengal. Teach him/her to play fetch with a small
ball or toy. Play with a feather teaser toy, they will get a rush and
you will get a laugh.
here to watch a video of a young kitten playing feather
occasional cricket from the pet store released in the bathtub can provide
stimulation and nutrition for your pet and is easily cleaned up after.
Teach your Bengal to walk on a leash and go for evening walks, it will
be good for both of you.
Cat trees/towers are and endless source of amusement for your Bengal.
They provide a place to lurk, sleep, play, climb and generally party
for your cat
wheels have become increasingly popular and can be purchased from various
sources. When selecting a wheel design keep safety in mind. Kittens
can get their heads and feet caught easily if the design doesn't prevent
it. Make sure the running area is wide enought for adults as well as
not being too heavy for smaller kittens. Some form of enticement may
be needed to teach the cat/kitten to use the wheel. A feather toy mounted
on a stand and placed just out of easy reach on the wheel can be one
way to induce playtime. You can also use the feather by hand making
it a mutually amusing game.
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