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Bengal cats typically live 12-16 years when given proper care, including providing enrichment activities and enough exercise, along with regular veterinary appointments. Also, by keeping your cat indoors will ensure it is safer from hazards and dangers from the big outdoor world. It is also thought that not many people know this breed very well and do not undertsand them fully when compared to a domestic tabby.

In addition to this some also do not understand the differences between F1’s to F5’s.

One more thing, feeding your Bengal Cat food that provides them with sufficient nourishment to meet their growing needs is also key to prolonging its lifespan, including diets consisting of named meat proteins and nutritional vegetables.

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