1. Find a vet – the best way to find a vet is to call a vet office close to you. Ask them how many Bengal or Savannah clients do they have? If none, move on to the next one.
2. Kitten proof – kitten proof – kitten proof – your house. Before you bring home your new bundle of fur you need to kitten proof. Put all the breakables away until after kitty has grown out of every old is new again and interesting. Clean off the dressers, put away important nick knacks for a later time. Believe me you will thank me!
3. Get your kitties safe room ready. Usually a Master Bedroom Bath for the first night or two, then master bed room or spare bedroom Set up a cat condo, cat toys, a bed, a place to eat, water bowl, and a litter box.
Plan on spending as much time in this space as you can to bond with your new kitty!
This is the most important 2+/- weeks for you and your kitty to bond.