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Mama Bengal Has Her Paws Full With Her Kitten

Kittens are a ball of love and energy; just like children they can often push the limits of their parent’s patience. In this video, the adorable tiny kitten named Kai is only three and a half weeks old and already causing a whole bunch of trouble for her poor mama, but she’s not having any of it! While watching this I couldn’t help but think of a particular scene from the Lion king, when the lion cub Simba refuses to take a bath from his mother. Kai reminds me of this for her sole interest is to play and get into trouble.

The Lion King - Bath Scene

You’re probably wondering why you only see one kitten; that’s because Kai is an only child. So it makes a bit more sense as to why Kai won’t let go of her mother, she has no other siblings to play with, and you know the saying; an only child is a lonely child. Kai took all the nutrients that were supposed to be distributed among the other kittens so it only makes sense that Kai is so big and strong at such a young age. This can happen in very rare cases where cats can have a litter of one kitten and Bengals are no exception. While it is uncommon to happen, it’s usually a bad sign for the mama. Kai had to be born via c-section but despite that they both are healthy and happy Bengals.

Enjoy this video!

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4 comments

  1. Hi Laurent. I have a bengal too and he is really full of energy. He loves to play a lot and chews stuff. He makes us laugh so much haha. Thank you for sharing this video but i already have a baby bengal and he’s really cute!

  2. Thanks for sharing our video of little Kai!! He did indeed grow up to be strong & healthy…all thanks to mama’s love and support 🙂

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