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Old 22-03-2010, 01:24 PM
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Has anyone in Hull got a Bengal male they want to use as a stud? My female is driving me absolutely nuts with her constant calling. Anyone out there that can help?

She ia gorgeous and I dont normally like using hormone injections to take her out of heat.

Anyone out there interested?
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Old 22-03-2010, 02:07 PM
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So get her neutered!

Why have kittens just to shut her up! that's no good reason at all!

Or did you get her to breed her deliberately?

If you are going to breed her you need to do a bit more than advertise on a forum for a stud - like any stud will do! You research pedigrees and do it properly.
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Old 22-03-2010, 02:21 PM
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You got the kitten last week My 2 Cats and now you are going to breed from her even though she is too young. Why do pedigree cats end up being used for breeding regardless of whether they have papers or not, why cant people neuter them and just have them as pets
Im sorry, but it had to be said
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She was in heat when I bought her. As I'm sure your aware spaying a cat in heat can potentially cause complications due to the increased blood flow, engorged tissues etc.

Sorry the post offends you.

Oh and my other cat was nuetered immediately upon me getting her. I have put thought into this and already arranged potential homes for a litter.

After doing a bit more reading I AM going to go for the hormone injections for now. I did more reading into the potential age for breeding and feel she is too young at the moment to breed ( sorry I've been up most of the night and posted here before I started doing reading.) No I havent bred cats before(althought I have done with some other species) so YES i should have read before posting.

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there are bengal tigers in hull >???
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I thought bengal breeders spayed before selling as pets as a rule.
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I thought bengal breeders spayed before selling as pets as a rule.

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My Bengal wasn't neutered by the breeder but we didnt intend on having babies and he was done last week. Had a bit of a situation myself this weekend as this thread shows........

http://www.reptileforums.co.uk/forum...83630-omg.html

People are only concerned for animals not trying to be judgemental I don't think. Or at least I hope not. I've appreciated the input and think maybe Bengals are just little tramps!!!!!!
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People are only concerned for animals not trying to be judgemental I don't think. Or at least I hope not. I've appreciated the input and think maybe Bengals are just little tramps!!!!!!
Thanks hephev... appreciate that and yeah my wee girl is definately a tramp. lol
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She was in heat when I bought her. .
So then you knew she would be making a lot of noise, so if you weren't prepared to put up with that, then you shouldn't have taken her!

It's been well documentated on here just how vocal a cat the Bengal is, without the added factor of being in season and with cats it isn't called "calling" for fun!

You knew that was the reason why you were offered her in the first place anyway, cos I'm not stupid and I recognise that cat - this is her 4th home and she's still a kitten and you wanted to breed her a week after you took her on, just because her calling was driving you nuts!
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People are only concerned for animals not trying to be judgemental I don't think. Or at least I hope not. I've appreciated the input and think maybe Bengals are just little tramps!!!!!!
All cats are little tramps, it's the way they reproduce, because they don't ovulate until they are mated, which means if they aren't mated when they come into season, they just keep coming into season until they are and with each season they become more and more frustrated and more and more desperate and that's the reason why they should be neutered before they begin to have seasons.

And actually, I am being judgmental and I will hold my hand up to that, because of the situation with this poor cat!!

I am thinking of the cat, which seems to be more than other people have done!
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