Full of energy, a healthy Bengal is lively, active, well-muscled and has a streamlined appearance. She needs a diet which sustains her activity levels.
A defining feature is the Bengal distinctive coat with striking patterns. Spotted like a leopard, marbled and sometimes even carry a glittery sheen, the Bengal’s coat is luxurious, close-lying and soft.
Bengal breeders often report digestive sensitivity in their cats, so a highly digestible diet is required. They also advice feeding Bengal cats with high protein diets.
This specially designed Y-shaped kibble, adapted to the Bengal cat’s jaw, encourages chewing to help support oral hygiene.
Highly digestible protein (L.I.P.*) to support healthy digestion, an adapted fibre content and prebiotics to help support a balance in the intestinal flora.
*Protein selected for its very high digestibility
An adapted ratio of a high level of protein (40%) and adapted fat content (18%) to contribute to maintaining muscle mass.
|Healthy glossy coat|
Specific amino acids, vitamins, Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids to help maintain a healthy skin and shiny coat.
|Formulated with a balance of minerals to help maintain the health of an adult cat’s urinary system.|
In 1963, a cross between the domestic cat and the Asian Leopard Cat resulted in the beginnings of the Bengal breed. Step-by-step, selective breeding resulted in a cat which is now recognised in show circles worldwide and adored by owners who welcome this ‘little leopard’.
This is a cat who likes to be where the action is, and will make sure she is centre stage! Your Bengal likes to be around people, and will investigate anything and everything she can find. When a Bengal is in full play mode, it’s rather like trying to hold on to running water!