Book Review: Bengal Cats and Kittens: Complete Owner’s Guide to Bengal Cat and Kitten Care by Taylor David

I love all cats, but I do think the Bengal cat is one of the most beautiful. And the more I read about this exotic breed, the more I am intrigued by it, so it’s been an absolute pleasure to be given the chance to review Bengal Cats and Kittens: Complete Owner’s Guide to Bengal Cat and Kitten Care by Taylor David.


Bengal Cats and Kittens by Taylor David

 

The author, who is a long time owner of Bengal cats for over a decade, writes this book from personal experience and it shows. This amazing book deals with all things Bengal and even more besides. You will learn all there is to know about this fascinating breed. From personality and temperament, and health and diet, to how to train your Bengal cat and the legal considerations of owning one. In fact, everything you will ever need in one place!

And if you are thinking of becoming a Bengal breeder yourself, there is a chapter devoted entirely to this very subject.

There is a wealth of information on cat care too which will be of great help to many cat owners.  As a cat lover, I’ve read many books about cats and cat breeds, but I have to say that this is one of the most in depth and informative books of this type that I’ve come across.

On the whole, this book has everything you will need if you are interested in the Bengal cat breed and so much more. It’s a must read for anyone thinking about bringing a Bengal cat into their life, but also a great read for any cat lover!

About Marie

Proud cat mum Marie Symeou is a writer, cat blogger/photographer & animal rights advocate. Her rescue cat Athena is her muse and soulmate.

One Thought on “Book Review: Bengal Cats and Kittens: Complete Owner’s Guide to Bengal Cat and Kitten Care by Taylor David

  1. Anonymous on 13th September 2013 at 3:25 pm said:

    Very informative. I loved the section on vaccines and have presented some questions not only to my breeder but my vet. My breeder was not aware of the Bengal’s sensitivity to anesthesia. I am thrilled with my little girl. The first full day I had her she learned the command “come” when called.

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