Bengal cats love water. If they don't like to get into it, they at least love to play in it. So make sure you have a lid on your fish tank and that it is secure, otherwise you may be finding dead fish or no fish at all. Bengal get along with other cats, but i would recommend a bengal kitten rather than a full grown bengal. UNLESS the adult bengal is already used to domestic cats. Bengals are a dominate breed, I have seen with my own eyes a bengal break another cats leg (the other cat wasn't a bengal). The bengal wasn't a violent cat either, she NEVER showed a violent side. She didn't like the domestic cat and felt threatened by her. A kitten won't know any better and will adjust a lot easier to a new environment. They are also very active cats, you'll need toys to keep them entertained. They are not like a regular cat that sleeps all day. You can train them to do tricks, they are a lot like a dog in a cats body. I have lease trained a bengal I used to have, you can teach them to play fetch and many other things. I love the breed, I have 3 bengals myself and I used to breed them. You will enjoy your bengal, but I would recommend a kitten!
Used to breed and owner of bengals.
· 8 years ago