Declawing a Bengal is an intense surgery called a onychectomy, performed using anesthesia, which removes the claw of each finger (from the first knuckle out) of the Bengal’s forepaws. There is a miniscule chance of a fatality during the surgery, and a declawed Bengal might have an increased risk of infection and perpetual pain in its paws. This surgery is not recommended for a mature Bengal and is referred to as an act of animal cruelty in some places (as below).
Are you contemplating purchasing a necklace for your Bengal? In this article you’ll read about some of the psychological benefits of Bengal necklaces in addition to the upgrade in style you will give your Bengal.
Alternative Veterinary Medicine is known as a field of study that considers and analyzes a multitude of studies that affect thewellness and health of Bengals.
Bengals, like other felines, eat meat. Never forget that when you’re trying to decide which food your Bengal should eat. If you don’t stick to this, your Bengal will seem like a picky eater. If you’re giving your her food that is not meat or formulated from meat products, you can have trouble getting your Bengal to eat.
Feeding the Bengal.
You must always remember Bengals are closely related to the largest of felines — cheetahs, tigers and lions — so keep that in mind when feeding the Bengal. You won’t ever see a full grown cheetah on Animal Planet chewing grass, drinking milk, or eating an apple in his natural habitat.