Bengal Kitten Home Coming!
It is best to get everything prepared for your new arrival before coming to pick him/her up.
Things you will need!
It is best to stick to the diet we have been feeding your Bengal kitten, Royal Canin Feline Nutrition Babycat 34 is a specifically formulated first step feeding solution for very young kittens from weaning to 4 months. Otherwise you may find they
have an upset stomach. If you would like to feed something different please introduce it gradually. I would advise waiting until your Bengal kitten has settled in at home with you first.
Bengals love a big bowl of water to splash around in! Its best to get a heavier water dish and/or one with rubber feet to stick to the floor to ensure there is no chance of it getting knocked over.
There are various kinds of litter trays available. Your Bengal kitten has been using an open litter tray with a deep rim around the outside to stop all the litter being thrown all over the floor. As your kitten gets older I would recommend one with a hood as this will also help keep the floor clean and hide any smells. We currently use both types.
There are various kinds of litter on the market today. Your kitten has been using wood based pellets as these are safest to use with kittens (some may eat the litter). Please note that a sudden change of cat litter may cause the kitten to go outside
the litter box i.e. in the corner of your room so this is best avoided if possible.
Bengal kittens love to scratch. You can find all different kind of scratch posts on the market. I would recommend one of the play stand types as this gives the kitten something to sit on and usually they provide a bed as well as being a scratch post.
Bengal kittens love to play and can spend hours chasing a little mouse or ball around.
You will need to purchase one of these to fetch your new arrival home and also for those visits to the vets.