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We have for adoption our amazing Bengal Cross Female. An adorable pet with the most friendly character you could ever hope to meet, full of inquisitiveness and an intelligence level that we have not seen in most humans!
Of course she is absolutely gorgeous, with an exquisite and real beauty. She has the most bright Classic Tabby Marble/Mackerel pattern (please, see the pictures!). We feel sure that you will agree that she is truly stunning.
A very friendly and affectionate young lady, who loves nothing more than to communicate how she feels and what she wants to say to you, greeting you in the morning for breakfast and throughout the day after returning from her expeditions and looking into your eyes to read your soul and see how you are feeling and adapting accordingly.
She enjoys very much being rubbed and stroked, a very tactile young lady. She always pays you back with a loud purring upon feeling you stroke or touch her. She has an absolutely superb personality, almost dog like and loyal to the end. She greets us at the door and follows us around the house. We always look forward to come home as she is so affectionate!!!
Extremely smart and super confident around visitors, loves to be the centre of attention. She seems to really LOVE EVERYONE! Our amazing big softie. She never will stop to amaze and amuse you with her antics and we feel because of this she would suit any family, a couple or even someone who is on their own and needs a companion. She is a real friend and a pleasure to be with her. Children are no problem as long as they are old enough to recognise that she needs her own space too and is not a toy, rather a life long good friend for them to listen to, share their problems in life in the quiet times and play with in happier and sunnier times.
She is a very healthy young lady with no ongoing health issues, has been regularly treated for fleas, ticks and wormed by us using Stronghold and worming treatments recommended by vets.
Her eating habits are as follows: she enjoys both dry and wet food, adoring raw meats and fish as well as treats such as ham, chicken roll and cooked chicken or fish. Her bowels are in good order with no stomach or bowel problems. She is still as of yet unneutered, and has graced us with 2 litters of amazing kittens, again showing herself as a superbly skilled and caring mother with immediate attention paid to all their needs. She is a marvelous mum to the point of adopting kittens not even from her own litter!.. All her kittens have sold quickly and without any complaints and we are very proud of them, receiving communications from their new owners on a regular basis. There is normally a waiting list for the litters when they are released and some kittens even have around 5-8 people on the hopeful list, which is a symbol of pride to us as most of them go via word of mouth, from owner to owner.
Also she is an amazing huntress! The feline incarnation of Diana! She puts other hunters to shame with her turn of speed and an agility that is truly amazing, climbing trees like walking down the garden path, penetrating bushes as if clouds and her amazing markings making her all but invisible, you will see nothing but a blur and then… She is a great mouser with it not being unknown for her to retrieve up to a dozen in a day, subject to availability of course and how many she needs to teach the kittens the art of dealing with them! We cannot stop being amazed as to the frequency and quantity and in what seems no time at all! Your garden and farm storage and grain barns will certainly appreciate having her on their side. Just remember - she can eat them too, so please be very careful with any poisons!!! When you are really special to her, she will even bring you some home as a token of love for you! Caring is sharing. ;) And she is great with other cats as well. (You can see that on our pictures.)
So why are we even thinking of needing to let her go? ...Unfortunately our family circumstances have changed unexpectedly and dramatically. My husband being disabled needs extra caring for him and we will explain further our situation should you wish to know when you visit us. So sadly we are not able to provide the care and attention that our adorable lady deserves and used to any more. :(
We would like to find her the best home possible, with an access to a garden, so that she doesn't feel trapped (that she HATES!) and gives her chance to explore and hunt and where she could have all the love and attention that she deserves and in need of.
Once you have built a trust with her, she will reward you royally in her own inimitable way. The care you put in in the first days, weeks and months will more than reap rewards for the years to come for all of you!
We will not just let her go to anyone. You will need to know about bengals, their characters, habits and to promise that you would keep us updated in future. If for any reason you decide to bring her back, we will be happy to find her another home, we would rather that, than not knowing where she has gone and how is she doing. We still love her dearly like part of our family and will miss her immensely.
Please, contact us if interested with any questions either through email or by phone, we will be happy to have a chat and arrange a viewing for you at a mutually agreeable time and day.
GENUINE PEOPLE ONLY and NO TIMEWASTERS, PLEASE!
We are in South London/Surrey. Please phone or email us at any time with any questions. Sometimes we have really bad mobile reception, so, please leave a message and we will be back to you as soon as possible as we are ONLINE most of time. All genuine emails will be answered in a prompt and courteous manner.
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Carry out the research so you have the necessary knowledge of the pet you are getting. Since owning a cat is a big commitment, you should research about the breed fully to make sure it fits your current lifestyle and budget.
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The breeder should only release the kittens when they are 8 weeks old or older. They should be responsible enough to know that separating the kitten from the mother earlier results in medical and behavioural issues.
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