Originally Posted by KittyLova
I am sorry!! I thought this part is were you can talk about it. SORRY.
This is just where people talk about their pregnant cat or kittens, and if you have questions about breeding, there is a section just for breeders to discuss aspects of breeding, and breeders will be more available in that section to answer your questions. I breed cats, just not the breeds you are asking about, I do believe some breeds are more complex, for example, persians have the shorter face and can or may have more difficulties in birthing kittens, and cats like manx (tailless) and folded/curled eared cats (scottish folds, american curls) have problems occur if you are breeding a folded to another folded, some or all of the kittens can die, so some breeds are more difficult to breed then others, I don't think siamese have lots of problems,(I am not sure though, I don't breed those either) but I am unsure of Bengals, it is a relitively new breed, and some earlier generation males are sterile, but other than that, I don't know if there are a lot of difficulties in breeding them, other then expenses, which is true of all breeds
As some one has already stated, if they intend to breed them, they need to be sure they have breeding rights, first of all, getting a mentor is very helpfull too. There is a lot involved in breeding any breed, it's not as simple as placing two cats together to breed, the pair should be good to breed together, so they produce the best quality, they should have testing done appropriate for the breed, and lots and lots of vet bills, for de-worming, shots for kittens, altering each kitten before placing it, as well as just being prepared for any problems the queen may have during pregnancy and delivery, if any problems occur, you will want to have an emergancy vet on hand, the queen may need help, whether it is oxcytocin to help move labor on to a c-section. So It could be very costly to breed if any thing comes up like that. I hope this gives you some idea of breeding, in general, and hopefully, some one with expirience with those breeds can give you some breed specifics.