Bengal Cats: Everything about Purchase, Care, Nutrition, Breeding, Health Care, and Behavior

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Barron's, 1995 - Pets - 94 pages
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The most extensive line of basic pet information and training guides on the market, Complete Pet Owner's Manuals are written by experts, and profusely illustrated with full-color photos and instructive, high-quality line art. These books are written in clear, direct language that will appeal to ordinary cat owners, but they also contain information that even experienced breeders and trainers will find enlightening. Each manual has been individually written by an experienced breeder, veterinarian, or qualified expert. Individual titles focus on many of the most popular cat breeds, as well as that favorite, the common house cat.

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bengals so gorgeous

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i purchased a beautiful bengal cat i knew nothing about i only knew it was one gorgeous cat looks like a leopard and comes from the asian leopard this book taught me so very much i love it and now enjoying my pet even more with all i learned from the book Read full review


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About the author (1995)

DAN RICE, DVM, spent several decades at the Denver Small Animal Hospital, specializing in small animal medicine and surgery. He has also been the house veterinarian for an Iditarod team and a kennel of hunting dogs. Rice has written books about companion animals for adults and children.

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