|The little newsletter/article "Why We Feed Raw at RubyClaw has been well received - an updated article has been published in Bengal Illustrated, Volume 7, Issue #1! We're VERY pleased with this and the accolades from our friends! Thanks Guys!|
|Cat Buyer Guide article|
We feed a well balanced diet of raw food at RubyClaw Bengals. We recently wrote a little article for our "news letter'. It's been well received world wide! our friends SilverBark Bengals in Western Australia have posted it on their blog; and HappyHouseCats has shared it with their group in the United Kingdom. Most happily it was accepted as a 'contributors article' to www.Cat Buyer Guide.com
|TICA Trend Article vol 32 #3|
We've been really lucky with the good samaritans who have helped us out, and had a chance to write about it; article included in - The strong ties that develop in the Cat Fancy are evidenced with the plethora of mentors available to lend advise. Our cats are all the better for it!
|our TICA Trend Article vol 31, #5|
Screening for HCM (Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy) is very important for the health of the breed. We've made a commitment to screen ALL of our breeding felines; and further the education of our children and the Junior Exhibitors of our cat club.
|Cats are wonderful pets and companions. Their independent spirit and ease of care make them an ideal part of your family. Bengal cats evoke the true nature of a wild warrior. One unusual behavior of Bengal cats is their desire to hide their uneaten food (much like their wild counterparts), it is not unusual to see your Bengal reaching their paw over the food bowl and dropping a blanket over the food. The kits wriggle their bodies before pouncing on a toy (or the family dog!) much to the delight of the hound. All Bengals love water; when the Bengal can't be located, look in the bathtub, you'll find them in there just waiting play time. Their love of heights make the especially delightful and their boundless energy mixed with awesome agility and pure athletic nature make Bengals a treasure for ever.|
|Cats, like all mammals begin life with no or teeny-tiny teeth. As the kitten grows, the baby teeth are replaced by permanent adult teeth. You can keep watch on the growth, but remember, the new teeth coming in are sensitive. If you're real lucky, you'll see something like Shark Teeth for a while, until the baby teeth fall out.|
|If you're luckier still (and really observant), you may find the baby teeth in and around the play area.|
|RubyClaw cats and kittens are raised on a raw food diet. (see link to article). Also, feel free to email us for a copy of the recipe we use! Additionally, we've helped our kitten families migrate their resident cats to a wonder raw diet by using Powdered Chicken Liver from Feline Instinct.com |