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Very Clever Bengal Kitty Outsmarts Automatic Feeding Machine

 Bengal cats are an extraordinary breed of feline; they are above and beyond in many spectrums that exceed the common traits of the general household feline. They have astonishing features that never fail to empress and that also includes their mental capabilities and intelligence. Here we see a standard automatically timed feeder; you open the feeding compartment, fill the section with kibble, close it and turn the dial to set the time.

The case that is presented to us by the owner of a very special Bengal cat by the name of Ash is that he has used his impressive Bengal brain to override the automatic feeding system and turned it into an open buffet. Ash and his accomplice hear the routine of the feeder and approach the machine as they know it will dispense their much desired dry food. The partner in crime waits in the background, keeping out of the frame until he can reap the benefits of Ash’s intellect.

Ash gets to work gnawing on the part that controls the timed lock; he uses his jaw and fang teeth to manipulate the timer and advance it to his liking which is as soon as possible. Much to our surprise it works! The lid opens and the two Bengals begin to feast. Ash’s owner then resets the timer and shows us a close up shot of how Ash manages to pull off his kibble heist! This time, Ash is solo to claim his bounty. It was by accident that his owner figured out his talented cat was mentally capable of figuring out the process to beat the timed feeder. It was by chance that Ash’s owner had to pop back into the house to pick something up after going out and realized what his Bengal had done! How amazing is that?

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