A Guide To Bengal Cat Growth Chart
Two-Month-Old Bengal Kitten
A Bengal kitten will start exploring its surroundings around two months of age. These kittens can be adopted into new homes during their second month.
In this period, they should be weaned off completely, have fully opened eyes, and hear clearly.
Three-Month-Old Bengal Kitten
A Bengal kitten will resemble a tiny adult at three months old. From this point on, they also grow incredibly quickly, so they require more food, and more activities.
Six-Month-Old Bengal Kitten
This is an adolescent stage for Bengals, which means they might get moody. They’ll be amusing, but they might also become a little aggressive.
How Big Do Bengal Cats Get?
A healthy Bengal cat should weigh 8 to 15 pounds, and should be tall 13 to 15 inches.
How Long Does It Take For A Bengal Cat To Fully Grow?
These cats typically stop developing when they are 18 months to 2 years old. An adult Bengal cat will have around 15 pounds and probably be 15 inches tall after it reaches the 2 years of age.