In most aspects, you will treat your Bengal kitten the same as any other breed. However, hybrid kittens tend to be a little more mischievous at times, the way puppies chew and get into things. You should go through your home as if you were preparing for a crawling or toddling baby.
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Your new fur baby will likely be scared and confused due to being removed from its mother and siblings. Then, adding the travel to your home, can be an overwhelming day. Since your kitten will be stressed during this transition period, their immune system is generally weakened and they are more apt to catch a simple "bug". It is common for an adult animal with a strong immune system to carry viral strains that do not affect them, but a kitten with a weakened immune system exposed to the same virus, could easily contract the virus. So, keeping your kitten separate from ALL other pets for a minimum of five days is extremely important!
When it comes to bringing your new kitty home, bigger is not better. You should start them off in a very small room where there is no place to hide. With food, water and a litter box are all easy for them to find (such as a bathroom). This also aides you in the bonding process with your new baby, since you will be able to find them easily. I recommend sitting on the floor with them, as you would to interact with a small child. If you need to lure the kitten from the carrier when he/she first arrives, feather teaser toys work wonders! Be sure you connect with him/her before introducing them to your other pets (and after the quarantine period). Once you have established your kitten's trust and affection, you are ready to extend their territory into a larger room. Then, gradually extending to the rest of the house if you wish.