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Listen To The Way This Momma Bengal Talks To Her Kittens

To me, there is nothing sweeter than listening to a Mother Cat talking to her babies. The gentle meows and chirps they make are gorgeous.

So when I saw and heard the way this Momma Bengal talks to her kittens in this video below I wanted to share it with everyone.

As far as cat breeds go Bengals are one of my favorites. Don’t get me wrong I strongly believe if anyone wants a cat, the local shelter or rescue is the first place to go.

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There is nothing better, or more rewarding than rescuing a cat or kitten, giving them a better life.

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I am just saying that as a cat lover, I love the markings and personalities the Bengal breed, similar to the Savannah, has.

“Osiris” by Lisa Zins is licensed under CC BY 2.0 

And there is nothing better to demonstrate this than the video of this Momma Bengal interacting with her kittens.

You can watch it right here below:

The interactions between kittens and their parents are incredibly fascinating. Of course, there are the beautiful ways that cats interact with their (adoptive) human parents. But there is something so pure and unique about watching mother cats interact with their kittens.

Without subtitles it is hard to say what the cats are discussing; is the mother encouraging the kitten to be brave, and climb out of the box, or telling it to stay inside where it is safe and warm.

Or maybe she is just giving some quality life advice. Either way; it’s the cutest thing you’ll see today!

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Feature image “Osiris” by Lisa Zins is licensed under CC BY 2.0 

After breaking out of the shelter he crossed roads and railway lines just to be with her.

Please SHARE this very sweet video with all your cat-loving friends and family.

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