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Do Bengals get along well with other cats?

Maria CMaria C Member Posts: 23
edited 28 August, 2009 in Bengal
Hi there, we're thinking of getting two cats next year and the Bengal is very high on our list. We love their energy and how they like water! However we're also considering adopting from our local Humane Society. I was just wondering what experienced owners think of getting one Bengal kitten and another (say a domestic shorthair) kitten from the Humane Society? Do you think they'll have problems getting along? Thanks so much in advance!

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  • Linda JuddLinda Judd MinonkMember Posts: 14
    edited 28 August, 2009
    They should have no problem getting along. They are just like other cats in that respect.
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