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We recently welcomed beautiful Bengal Aries as our new ACANA cat ambassador. Bengal cats are known for their unusual spotted or marbled coats, as well as their playful, confident and outgoing personalities. So far, Aries has been busy testing out some of the recipes in our new ACANA cat range, made with 65% small prey animal ingredients.
Aries – the Princess Diaries
‘Hi, my name is Aries and I am nearly three years old. Star sign – yes, you’ve guessed it, Aries! I am a bit of a Princess, with soft green eyes and the short, thick brown spotted hair typical of Bengal cats. When I was a kitten, I travelled miles to join my new family in Belfast, Northern Ireland. As soon as I arrived, I snuggled up to my Irish mum and slept on her lap. Dad made sure I had my own lovely pink bedroom, complete with kitty bed, climbing frame, toys and a water fountain – I was home!’
A few of my favourite things
‘I love to nap, play football, explore every box in the house for treats, and occasionally I try my paw at writing my Princess Diaries with mum’s pens. I love to run up the walls and doorframes and my latest trick is to open doors – it really freaks out the oldies. Sometimes I play a trick on mum by inviting her to rub my tummy – then I sink my teeth into her. Hilarious!’
My handsome prince
‘I have a handsome boyfriend called Arthur Pickles, who I have play dates with in my holiday home (the boarding cattery) when mum and dad are on their break. I don’t like loud noises, being ignored and mum being out of sight, which makes me cry.
I have enjoyed ACANA since I was a kitten and my favourite flavour is the new Homestead Harvest recipe with free-run chicken, turkey and duck (but I enjoy all the cat range!)’
Aries keeps her fans up to date with what she is up to on her Instagram page @ariesalannah.