Bengal cats can eat rice.
If you are feeding your bengals rice, you should make sure that the rice you are giving them is cooked.
While bengal cats can safely consume rice, you need to be careful with the amount you are giving them.
Your bengal should not be given rice every day and should only eat grains in very small quantities.
Bengal cats can not survive on fruits, vegetables, and grains so these foods should be given to your bengal sparingly.
Bengal cats are naturally carnivorous and are healthiest when given a raw meat only diet.
The best food for bengal cats is raw turkey and chicken.
You do not need to cook the meat you’re feeding your bengal, so it should not be difficult to keep them well fed and taken care of.
You could add a small amount of rice to the meat you’re giving your bengal without any problems but it is not necessary since bengals get all the nutrients they need from meat anyways.
How Much Rice Can Bengal Cats Eat?
Bengal cats should not eat more than 30-60 grams of rice in one day.
The serving size of rice for humans is around 100 grams, or half a cup.
Bengals can not process food as quickly as people can and are not able to consume carbohydrates as well as people either so they should not be eating in the same quantities and serving sizes as humans do.
While it’s a good idea to measure how much rice your bengal is consuming, this is not necessary in the majority of cases because bengals will know when to stop eating food on their own.
Many cats will not even go near rice, or any other grains, so monitoring the amount your bengal eats shouldn’t be a large concern.
If you are feeding your bengal rice, the best amount to feed them at one time is about 15 grams of rice.
What Should I Do If My Bengal Cat Eats Rice?
If you’re afraid that your bengal cat has eaten too much rice, you should keep your bengal monitored and make sure that it’s not displaying any symptoms of swelling or being poisoned.
If your bengal consumed too much uncooked rice, it is possible that it’s stomach will swell up and the bengal could experience discomfort.
Your bengal could also experience indigestion, discomfort, diarrhea, and bloating from having too much rice.
If your bengal is not displaying any serious symptoms, it will most likely be okay.
Of the possible foods that your bengal cat eat, rice is not as serious of a threat to the bengals health.
Other grains like potatoes, pasta, and chips are all much more severe and can cause worse problems to your bengal.
To be on the safe side, you should keep fruits, vegetables, and grains away from your bengal and ensure that none of those foods are mixed in with what you normally feed your bengal cat.
Bengal cats will usually not seek out those foods on their own so there isn’t too much need for worry as long as human foods and the cat’s food are separated.