What should you feed your Bengal Cat?
Why is a Bengal Cat’s diet so important?
Bengal cats are known for their unusual spotted or marbled coats, as well as their playful, confident and outgoing personalities. What makes a good Bengal cat food recipe? The domesticated Bengal cat is not only capable of eating the foods of their ancestors, but actually require biologically appropriate cat food for peak health. With meat inclusions of up to 75%, ACANA nourishes your cat according to their evolutionary needs. Each cat food recipe is formulated to boost immune systems and encourage healthy hearts, eyes, skin and coats providing the best food for Bengal cats.
What is the best cat food for Bengal cats?
The Near Eastern wildcat is the ancestor of all domestic cats. Whilst years of breeding has produced hundreds of ‘different-looking’ wildcats, the internal workings of cats remain unchanged. The eating anatomy of Bengal cats is the same as their wild cousins, so it’s no surprise that their food requirements remain consistent.
Each recipe from ACANA contains small prey premium animal ingredients, plus at least 1/3 of the meat in all recipes is either fresh or raw. Freeze-dried coated liver provides a burst of flavour for extra palatability, a taste your cat will crave!
The best dry food for Bengal cat
ACANA Grain-free Cat Food
Available in three delicious recipes, ACANA Grain-free cat food will tempt even the fussiest of felines. Packed with 75% small prey animal ingredients such as free-run chicken, turkey, and duck, cage-free eggs, and wild-caught fish, they provide the best dry food for Bengal cats.
ACANA Cat Food
New ACANA Cat offers a number of life stage benefits, including kitten, adult, and a recipe specifically formulated for indoor cats. Each recipe is rich in animal protein, containing 65-70% small prey premium animal ingredients, plus 1/3 of the meat in all the recipes is either fresh or raw. When looking for a Bengal cat food, you should always look to replicate their ancestor’s natural diet they would find in the wild.
If your Bengal is a house cat, try ACANA Indoor Entrée with carefully balanced calories from protein and fat, plus naturally occurring L-carnitine, which helps to maintain a healthy body weight. Balanced Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids support healthy skin and a healthy coat.
The best food for Bengal kittens
Choosing the best food for Bengal kittens is an important decision. Feed your little wildcat a diet packed with quality animal ingredients. Crafted to provide everything your kitten needs for peak growth and development, ACANA First Feast recipe is brimming with 70% quality animal ingredients like free-run chicken and whole herring, delivered fresh or raw in their most nourishing form. Artificial colours, flavors or preservatives are never added in our kitchen.
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My Bengal is a fussy eater, what should I do?
Cats can get bored when eating the same thing day in and day out. Rotational feeding is great to add variety to your cat’s diet. There really is no right or wrong way to feed a rotational diet. Most people choose to do this by the bag, so when your cat has finished a bag, you can purchase a different ACANA recipe the next time. The first time you do this we recommend mixing the food 50/50 just to make sure the food is appropriate for your cat. After that you should be able to change as you think necessary.
Cats prefer different foods based on many various factors including size, texture, taste, digestibility and smell. Finding the best food for a Bengal cat can be achieved by catering to your cat’s preferences as well as introducing a variety of flavours and textures. This will help provide alternatives for when your cat is being fussy.
As an ACANA Ambassador, beautiful Bengal Aries has tried and tested all the recipes. ‘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!)’