And if you thought that your Bengal is mischievous and can’t stop goofing around, just imagine how playful a litter of Bengal kittens is. Even though it’s indisputable that tiny, adorable Bengals would melt your heart instantly, they are not that easy to entertain and keep away from trouble. Unless, of course, you have a slide for kittens.
Perrine Kennedy and her husband, Jonathan, are the founders of Wild Waters Bengals, a Bengal cattery from Dublin, Ireland. Not only that they have one of the cutest little Bengals I’ve seen, they make sure their cats are happy and well-socialized, too. Apart from being brought up in their home, the kitties have access to their enclosed garden (which looks like any feline’s dream come true). The best part? Their garden has a cat-friendly kitten playground, complete with a swing set and a slide.
In this Youtube video, you’ll see a fierce bunch of miniature Bengals, going up and down the slide, while being monitored by the proud momma the whole time. It’s hilarious and adorable at the same time! The kitties just can’t get enough of running around, hunting bugs and wrestling among themselves. Even their mom couldn’t resist joining the fun, gently tackling her babies and sneaking up on them from the bush. It’s amazing how cats teach their young life skills through playtime!
Perrine made this video just to show the kitten’s adorable playtime to their future owners, but it quickly became viral (once you see it, you’ll understand why). Apart from being impossibly cute, this video of Bengal kittens playing is a perfect example of how good breeders socialize their babies. You can easily see how loved and happy these kittens are, which is one of the most important things to pay attention to when buying a Bengal kitten for yourself. Kittens that have been properly cared for and socialized in the early stages of their kittenhood, grow up to be well-balanced, affectionate cats.
Whether you have a Bengal at home or not, this video will make your day. I mean, what can possibly be cuter than a bunch of leopard-like babies playing on a kitten slide?
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