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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    Both of my to babies, a male (Key) and Female (Tia), have loose stools I have had them going on 3 months. They are litter mates from Florida. I rescued them from a pet store where they lived for 6 to 7 months. Tia had ear mites, got an infected incision when she was spayed which had to be drained. Then broke out with ring worm. I am taking her to a holistic vet. Ring worn gone! They still have loose stools. I have started them on a raw meat diet. Any Ideas? suzieboooma@aol.com

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    I have two Bengals… A male and a female. Everything in the description is true. They are much happier chasing a plastic bag being blow across the room by a fan than playing with their toys. My male is about 20-25 pounds and almost all muscle. My female is around 10 pounds. They are extremely intelligent, highly vocal, incredibly affectionate cats. I bought them both from the same breeder, but they came from different litters. They act so much like siblings though that you’d have thought they shared parentage. In all, they are pretty low maintenance cats who love to play, climb, and attempt to be brave enough to climb into the bath tub when there’s actually water in it…

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    We have a female snow Bengal named "Sasha Snow." We have noticed that these cats are more like dogs. She fetches a ball and follows us around the house. She will fly through the house with our socks in her mouth. She loves to cuddle. This is a great breed! They have all the perks of a dog and you don’t have to let them outside to go potty! Plus, she thinks she is a tiger. She stands up to our boxers like she is bigger than they are. This is a fun breed!

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    I inherited a 6-month-old Bengal cat from my brother-in-law when he went off to college. I have always been more of a dog lover, but I am quite taken with our foster-kitty, Griever. He is very high-speed, vocal, outgoing and comical. Much more personable than any other cat I’ve met! He loves rowdy play, but really doesn’t make any effort to bite or scratch. He follows me everywhere, wants to be with his people constantly, brings me his toys when he wants to play, loves to fetch, can jump 6 feet vertically from a standstill, and has an avid interest in water (toilet, shower, sink). He is everything the profile said Bengal cats are. We just love him. He is the life of the party!

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  • Jan 1, 2008 at 12:00
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    The Bengal I have loves to play and sit in all water. I am a Bengal breeder, and I show my 4 legged children. I am also a household pet judge in United Feline Org. here in Florida.

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