Raven and Peanut know Bengals:
Raven recommends Sisal Scratching Posts:
If you get them interested in Sisal early on, they will be uninterested in scratching up anything else (unless they are looking to piss you off...but cat psychology is a different thread). Woven Sisal meets their instinctive needs better then *any* other type of scratching post.
Organic or any name brand cat food that has real Meat as the first item in the ingredience.
If you want to go with an awesome natural litter, Swheat Scoop is good stuff, though expensive. Smells really nice as well:
If you are serious about training your cat, and you have a second bathroom, you can toilet train your cat pretty easily:
If you get a Bengal, you can train your Bengal to enjoy water as well. Especially if you get yourself an F3 or F2 (more wild then housecat). Ours our like F5 or F6 or something, and we didn't train them early enough, so they enjoy water, but don't play in it:
Drinkwell Pet Fountains are healthy and interest Bengals because it's running water. You can also get larger ones if you are gone for a few days and need to leave your cats unattended.
If you want the best of the BEST cat Tree, check these out!
There is a guy who builds these here in Illinois, but I don't recall the company name. I'll ask Peanut when I see her tonight. Other shops sell them for $500+, but we got our 5 level cat tree for about $250-$300. If you have a truck or van, we can possibly pick one up for you if you really want one. I'm pretty sure Peanut can get a discount on them through her work.