Bengal Cat Food
Bengal cats are one of the most popular breeds in the UK. Although being a descendant from wild Asian leopards, this cat breed is anything but wild. But to keep up with their playful side, Bengals need a well balanced, nutritious diet to keep them strong and healthy. To fuel them properly whilst they play and explore, fresh, high protein cat food is the only choice.
How much should a Bengal cat eat?
Bengal cats should eat between 270 - 360 calories a day to thrive and mealtimes can be twice a day. This is obviously dependent on gender, age, weight, whether they are spayed or neutered as well as other factors. It is important to ensure that your bengal is eating the correct nutrients in order to help keep them strong, but also to help keep a beautiful appearance. This breed in particular is recognisable by their distinct coat, so looking after it is important.
KatKin takes all this into consideration to make mealtimes easier. We’ll tailor your cat food subscription to ensure that your Bengal is getting the exact amount of energy and nutrition they need in a day. Just tell us your cat's details and we will do the rest.
Benefits of Fresh Cat Food For Bengal Cats
Fresh cat food has the best nutritional benefits for your Bengal cats. Just like every other cat breed, Bengals are obligate carnivores. This means they need to have a high content of meat in their diet. Made only with real meat, KatKin has been specifically formulated to replicate your cat's natural diet in the wild.
Ideally Bengal cats should have a high protein diet which is low in carbohydrates, with 20-30% comprised of good fats such as omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.
KatKin provides this and more. Our high protein, fresh cat food uses 100% premium ingredients which have been approved by our in-house vet.