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How to Care for & Have More Fun with Your Bengal Kitten & Cat

Narrated by: Hollie Jackson
Length: 1 hr and 18 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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Learn how to train and understand your Bengal kitten and cat with these pretty fun tips and suggestions!

  • The characteristics of a Bengal cat.
  • How to potty train your cat.
  • Items you should never let your cat eat.
  • How to trim your cats nails properly
  • Some fun ways to entertain your cat.
  • How to clean your cats ears correctly.
  • What you should know about cat teeth
  • How to make sure your cat is eating a healthy amount of food.
  • the different kinds of worms cats can get.
  • How to deworm your cat.
  • What to expect when your cat is pregnant.
  • Tricks you can teach your cat.
  • Why cats like to climb up stuff
  • How to make home-made cat food.
  • Homemade cat toys you can make yourself.
  • When should you spay or neuter your cat?
  • What you should know about fleas & ticks .
  • What the benefits of micro chipping your dog are to you.
  • How invisible fencing typically works to train and protect your cat.
  • Why do cats love catnip so much?
  • The cat grass story.
  • what to do about cat urine.
  • The difference between cat spraying and urinating.
©2014 Vince Stead (P)2014 Vince Stead

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Horribly written, and not specific to Bengal cats

I bought this title assuming there would be an hour's worth of information particular to Bengal Cats. The first few minutes referenced Bengal cats, however the majority of the 'book' focused broadly on domestic cats and cat care. This is misleading because there are major personality differences between bengals and domestic cats. But the bigger issue was the ridiculously juvenile writing. Even the narrator had trouble reading through the grammatical and syntactical errors. Entire sentences were repeated within the same paragraph. This read like a personal blog entry, not a published book.