Our concern for the health & wellbeing of the Bengal breed means that we are always willing to offer advice and support to any Club members and owners who are looking for information, so you can benefit from the bank of experience and knowledge of fellow owners and breeders.
Our Welfare Officer is able to help owners of GCCF Registered Pedigree Bengals who are unable, for any reason to continue to care for their cat(s).
We will assist in finding caring, suitable, home to home adoptions and try to make the process of rehoming as smooth as possible.
Rehoming a cat may involve considerable time to the club & the Welfare team because of this, a rehoming admin fee of £20 is applicable to each case.
At present we are only able to foster cats in emergency situations as we only have limited foster space.
Foster care will be provided by Jane Harrup & Gary Thompson from Mogsndogs
If this is a role you might be interested in, please do get in touch Contact Us
You Need to Give Up Your GCCF Registered Pedigree Bengal
With the exception of truly irresponsible owners, most people don’t adopt a Bengal with the intention to give them up. That said, times are tough; it doesn’t take much for someone to go from working and comfortable to destitute or struggling with serious health issues. These scenarios can force you to make hard choices about what’s best for you and your cat, and sometimes, that choice ends up being rehoming.
It doesn’t matter if you lose your job, have to move to a restricted location, develop an allergy, or suddenly fall ill; your breeder wants to know if you can no longer care for your animal. He or she will very likely take your cat back into the fold and care for them, including overseeing the next adoption, to ensure they’re cared for long-term, whether they’re six months old or 12 years old.
As a matter of fact, most breeders have adopters signing a contract promising to bring the Kitten / Cat back if an issue arises. Make sure this is a question you ask a breeder before you even agree to take a kitten. Those who are genuinely dedicated to the breed will tell you that you should always call them first, no matter what your reason for needing to give up your Bengal. They respect the difficulty of your decision and will not judge you, and rehoming back to the breeder is a much safer choice than dropping your Bengal off at the local shelter, that’s if they will even take them.
How to Stay in Touch
Breeders really do love being in touch with their adopters! We all know raising new kittens is a lot of work, though, so it is important to reach out in the right way at the right moments. What this means is that calling at 3 a.m. about a kitten who won’t stop crying or climbing your curtains probably isn’t the right moment – but you can certainly call the next morning!
Ultimately, you should keep in mind that a breeder’s main job is breeding. Start by asking your breeder when and how it’s best to contact them if you have problems or questions. Most will take phone calls gladly, but you shouldn’t always expect an immediate call back unless you are having an emergency with your cat.
Email is another great option because it’s quick and easy to respond to at awkward hours (without waking everyone up). You can send off an email at your leisure; likewise, the breeder can respond when they have time. Alternatively, if your breeder has a social media page, you can try to contact them there. Some even have social media pages and groups where all of their adopters can network together and share experiences. This is also a great place to share updates!
Adopting a purebred Bengal Cat from a breeder is a unique and rewarding experience. Consider the breeder as part of your extended family and stay in touch – even if it’s just once a month or once a year, when things settle down and you are comfortable with your cat’s care. Your breeder will prove a valuable asset as your kitten’s progresses into adulthood!
Bengal Cats Needing Homes
The cat's below are now rehomed
Area: Leicester Breed: Snow Spotted Bengal X
Age: 10 years Sex: Female
Rana is a 10 year old spayed and microchipped female, she was bought as a pedigree Bengal but has no paperwork and looks like she may be a Bengal cross - regardless of breeding she is beautiful. Rana is a shy girl and like things on her own terms. Since the arrival of a baby in the home Rana hasn't coped very well and distanced herself away from the family. Rana has no behaviour issues. She likes to drink from taps, she will come to you when she wants a fuss and is happiest when snuggled on the sofa.
Rana is an indoor cat, she has shown no interest in going outside even if the back door is open.
Area: Leicester Breed: Bengal X
Age: 9 years Sex: Female
Saffy is a 9 year old spayed and microchipped female Bengal cross. She was the runt of the litter, she is small in size but is a Tiger in her mind.
She is very loving and loves a cuddle and a snuggle. She likes to be up high, she is vocal and has no concept of personal spaceShe currently lives with another cat but she is very dominant. She has never seen a dog but with her outgoing and fearless personality she may be fine with a cat friendly dog.
Area: Kent.Breed: Snow Spotted BengalX Age: 8
Mika is a Snow Spotted 8 year old male Bengal. He is neutered, mircochipped and he is currently due his annual vaccinations.
Mika is super snuggly and loves nothing more that sleeping close to his humans. He loves to chat and give leg rubs.
He has no medical conditions. Mika can be aggressive but it’s generally in a playful way- so needs lots of stimulation. He has recently started to stalk and attacked the owners 1 year old child. Mika's owner is happy to discuss this further with any potential new owners.
Mika needs to be the only pet and needs to go to a home where he can safely go outside. Location: Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
Area: Kent Breed: Brown Spotted Bengal
An absolutely beautiful boy who sadly wasn't neutered and is F.I.V. positive. He is a lovely soft, loving boy who needs a home where he will have lots of attention and cosy places to sleep. He is very healthy and should live a normal, happy life. He is very adventurous and outdoorsy and would not suit an indoor home, so he is looking either for a home where someone has or is willing to make a cat proof garden with angled fencing or a large cat house with easy acccess. Or a home where there is plenty of land for him to wander safely without bumping into any cats. Like all Bengals he is very clever and noisy, he can open doors and windows, turn on the taps and is curious and wants to be part of family life. Bosely will need a home as the only pet, unless someone is looking for a companion for a friendly F.I.V. positive cat, and he can be homed with children 8yrs and over.
Area: Kent Breed: Brown Spotted Bengal Age: 7+
These two extremely bonded cats were used as a breeding pair for the first five years of their life. They were caged and had no love or socialisation.
They were sold to a family who were told they were fine with children, but sadly they were, understandably, absolutely terrified of the children and after making brilliant progress with their confidence over a period of two years, their owner decided very sadly that their fear of the children had reached an unmanageable point and the best thing for the cats would be a new home.
They were rehomed to a quiet couple but sadly Mowgli has recently started urinating in their home, possibly because of the appearance of another cat in his territory.
The cats are loving and affectionate in time, and are terribly sweet, nosy and very noisy, but they will probably always suffer from anxiety and stress because of their extremely poor start.
Area: Birmingham Breed: Brown Spotted F3 Bengal Age:8 years Sex: Male
Milo is an 8 year brown spotted F3 Bengal. He is neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. Milo has no medical conditions or behavioural issues. He is a timid shy cat who he gets quite scared easily so feel he would be best suited to a home with no young children. He is the sort if cat once he trust you he will come and ask for love himself. He is an indoor only cat but would enjoy access to an enclosed outside area. Location: Kings Heath, Birmingham.
Area:London Breed: Bengal
Age:12 years Sex: Female
Mango is an 12 year-old brown spotted female Bengal with pedigree paperwork. She is neutered, micro chipped and vaccinated. Mango has beautiful markings and a sweet nature and likes to chat and play. We adopted Mango about 6 months ago. Previous owners indicated that she found the introduction of a new hierarchy to be difficult for her to cope with that resulted in her peeing at times. We think she would now prefer a calm home with the calm and loving presence of the owners with outdoor space and no other cats or dogs to compete with for territory as she enters her later years We believe that in this environment she will continue to be a lovely pet for someone. She comes with all the extra kit including a large supply of her special food.
Area: Sunderland Breed: Bengal Age: 5 months Sex: Male Fee: TBC
Lightening & McQueen are 2x 5 month old brown spotted registered Bengal brothers. They are vaccinated and microchipped.
These gorgeous boys are having tummy issues and their owner is struggling to cope with this and look after her child with special needs. Very emotional situation ? What we don’t know - what is causing the tummy issues. What we do know - the kittens have been seen by a vet on numerous occasions, certain test have been done which have come back clear, they have had a course of antibiotics and a further stool sample has gone into the vets today. They have been on a specialist diet. Despite intermittently having the squits they are very clean and never go outside the box. As you can see from the video (and images in the comments) they look happy and appear to be developing well. The investigations into the tummy issues will need to be continued and treated if required. Due to not knowing what is causing the stomach issues at this stage we would recommend a home with no other cats or someone who has an isolation area and is super careful regarding cross contamination. The boys are currently in Sunderland - transport south can be arranged.
Area: Gloucester Breed: Bengal Age: 5 years Sex: Male
Their owner says... Both of my cats are 5 years old, neutered, microchipped, wormed, and vaccinated. They have sensitive stomachs so we have to feed them both a veterinary diet (Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Cat – Sensitivity Control Chicken) which can be ordered from places like pets at home or zooplus. If they are given things like felix or dreamies treats, they will get the runs. They can have Thrive freeze dried chicken as treats. Zeus is Brown Spotted and Thumper is Snow Spotted. They are both indoor cats and would need to stay this way as they haven’t ever been out and have been bred as indoor cats. It would be great if they went to a home with a big house where they are able to roam free inside it. They didn’t sleep in our bed at night but liked sleeping on top or under it in the day. Thumper can open doors (he’s never tried an external door) so we have had to turn our door handles upside down on our room because we have a new baby and they want to get into his cot. The nursery has also been closed off to them so their home has shrunk. They love boxes and they love to sit on your lap or next to you at night in the cooler months. They get on really well but have the odd scrap which is more play fighting then violent. They will sleep cuddled up in winter. They come when you call them. We have two really large cat Towers which would be happy for the new owners to also take if they want.
Getting them to the right home is the key here. We want them to be looked after and played with. My husband is away a lot with the military and it’s a lot more difficult to have time for them with the new baby.
Area: E Sussex Breed: Bengal Age:12 years Sex: Male
The reason behind him needing to be re-homed is that his owners have had numerous visits from neighbours over the past few years saying that Ted has been attacking other cats in the area. Ted lived with his brother Rocco, until about 2 years ago when Rocco was suddenly taken ill and sadly had to be put down 24 hours later. It was thought at the time that this could have been someone locally poisoning him. A few weeks back his owners had another visit from a very angry neighbour that was threatening to harm Ted if she saw him again so this has got his owners very worried and they feel they no other option but to rehome him.
Ted is such a well behaved boy at home and loves to snuggle of an evening on the sofa next to you. Ted is brilliant young children.
Teds owners feel the ideal home would be with someone that is home all day as Ted loves attention and can be quite vocal when lonely. Preferably a home with lots of space, either a large garden or fields close by and not many other cats in the area. A single pet household would be ideal.
Area: Hampshire Breed: Bengal Age:11 years Sex: Female
Permanent Forever Home or Temporary Foster Home sought due to move abroad
Maureen is an 11 year old Female Brown Marbled Bengal. She has been neutered, microchipped. Maureen was rescued two years ago so not all her medical background is known. When nervous she can have accidents in the house, but she knows the word no and is trainable. She would need a tolerant owner, and someone calm so her peeing is not an issue. She loves to climb, have cuddles and loves company so would love to be homed with someone who has time to enjoy her. She has a typical Bengal nature, fairly chatty when settled, inquisitive, she has off days but she would just stay away from you on these. She likes dogs, not overly fussed on other cats!
Area: Somerset Breed: Bengal Age:12 years Sex: Female
Bengal Cat Association Post
Chloe is a 12-year-old, neutered female Bengal. She is fully vaccinated and microchipped. She has been regularly wormed and flead. She is on no additional medication. She much prefers a quiet life as a single cat. She is active and vocal and shares her time between outside and inside, never going far from base. We think a home with mature folk would suit her best! She shared her early years with a dominant brother who would regularly steal her food so she tends to eat quickly. Although she has in recent times tended not to be so rushed, we have found it’s better for her to feed in small amounts rather than to give her the full quantity in one go. She is very happy drinking from a fountain (which will come with her). She loves company and her favourite place is on a knee. We are looking after Chloe on behalf of our son. He currently lives in Los Angeles and has a year to go of what was originally a 2-year contract. However it now seems his spell abroad could be substantially longer and he has agreed with us that it would be best to find Chloe a permanent home. We have 2 sons, both of whom live in North America so we too spend much time visiting, leaving Chloe in the cattery on too many occasions. We will be sad to see Chloe leave but we feel that it will be best for her in the longer term.
Area: Cheshire Breed: Br Sp Bengal Age: 5 years Sex: Male
Bengal Cat Association Face Book Page
Tigger is vaccinated and has no health issues apart from a runny eye which he’s had all his life, nor does he have any behavioural issues. However, Tigger has been known to play too rough with younger children so a quieter home with no young children is a must.
Tigger is a very loving cat and enjoys snuggling. If you are feeling unwell, he will never leave your side ?
Tigger needs a home where he will be allowed to go outside to roam safely or at least have access to garden. He currently lives with a cat friendly dog and has lived with another cat in the past.
Area: S Yorkshire Breed: Br Sp Bengal X Age: 2 years Sex: Male
Bengal Cat Association Face Book Page
Pablo is micro-chipped and up to date with his vaccinations and flea and worm treatment. He has no medical conditions. Pablo's behaviour can be described as temperamental. He can be loving and so affectionate but then at times can attack, especially on his owner as her pregnancy has progressed, which is why he is now in the care of a friend. He has been an indoor cat all his life. He loves to play and does not sleep for long periods of time. He does not like to be left alone for long periods of time - six to eight hours max. However, if he were allowed outside, this may change. Due to his recent attacks we feel that he is not suitable for children under 12years. He would be most suited to be rehomed with an experienced cat person who can cope with the demands of a Bengal cat. A quiet home or farm would be ideal for Pablo. We do not know how he is with dogs but went straight to attack his carer’s cats so we feel a single cat home would be best.
Area: Cornwall Breed: Snow Marble
Age:6 years Sex: Male
Area: Cornwall Breed: Silver Bengal
Age: 6 years Sex: Female
Zima is is neutered and has been healthy his whole life. He is a big boy and has gorgeous blue eyes. He loves to see what is happening and is very curious when new people come around. He is a very handsome boy and has a lovely soft shiny coat. Zara is is neutered. Zara is smaller and more delicate and love...s to cuddle up on your lap or at your feet when you sleep. Although they are not related, they are like brother and sister. Zara is very healthy as well. Both cats have all their pedigree paperwork, vaccination records and they have been microchipped. Both are indoor only cats and have never been outside, indoor only homes need apply.This is a very difficult time for their owner so genuine enquires only please.
About Gandalf & Aragorn
Gandalf and Aragorn are brown rosetted Bengal brothers born in 2010, they are neutered, microchipped and vaccinated. Both cats have calmed down a lot now and no longer knock things off shelves etc for the fun of it but they are still very inquisitive and are true Bengals. Quite vocal they love to be around me but on their terms not lap cats but like stroking and attention and understand many words. Gandalf when younger would let you stroke him and sometimes nip quite sharply but as he gets older this is rare and as I am used to him I watch for the turn of his head that tells me he could be thinking of it but in fairness now on the rare occasions I barely feel it and he does it and runs so its more like a game to him. They are good at opening fridges and cupboards and like toilets which is why I keep kitchen and bathroom doors closed or at least the toilet seat down as Gandalf will try to drink from it or a tap drink too much and be sick.
Area: Somerset Breed: Bengal cross Age:16/07/18 Sex: Female
Fully vaccinated against feline flu, enteritis and leukaemia, micro chipped, up to date with worming & flea treatment.Female (not neutered yet due to medical issues. However, she will be neutered prior to leaving for her new home).
Sassy does have digestive issues which means she needs to be on a specific sensitive diet for life and may have periods of upset stomach at times of stress. She doesn’t like other animals & is not used to children – causes stress/upset stomach, but is fine with adults.
Area: Edinburgh Breed: Bengal brown spotted Age:27/03/16 Sex: Male - Neutered
Fully up to date with all vaccinations
No medical conditions - never has been treated for any medical condition Behaviour - Zuma is a house cat but does occasionally have a wander around the garden but he is quite nervous and rarely goes beyond the back step but if he does, he only remains within the enclosed garden. He may enjoy a more outdoor lifestyle but this isn’t suitable at our house and we prefer to keep him in and supervise him outside at all times.
When leaving the breeder, he had very little socialisation with people and it took him a while to become comfortable with human contact. He is now far more sociable and enjoys sitting with you but always on his terms. Zuma currently lives with another Bengal who is one year older and Zuma is a relentless bully to him. Zuma's owners have tried a number of socialising techniques to prevent this but although it has improved, he is still doing this hence why they have had to take this difficult decision. We would suggest he would be best in a one cat household.
Zuma enjoys food and unlike many cats, will eat anything that is left out for him. He receives a measured amount of food on a daily basis to manage his weight and this has worked very well. He has never been destructive in any way.Zuma also lives with a 7 yr old child and Zuma is very comfortable with him. Family members also have dogs and Zuma, once familiar with the dogs is also comfortable in their company.
Breed: Brown Spotted Bengal Age: 7 years Sex: Male
Hector is a brown, rosetted male. He was 7 on 20.4.19. He is neutered, microchipped, and fully vaccinated. He is TICA registered. He saw a vet every 3 months as a kitten and every 6 months as an adult for check ups and annual vaccinations. His behaviour at home is great, he is a smashing cat. He is a bit of a creature of habit and likes to range outdoors for most of the morning, sleep in the afternoon, foray out again in evening, returning to sleep through the night around 10 pm. He is not a lap cat, but is very loyal and loves a good cuddle on his own terms ie: leading you to a favourite place so he has your undivided attention. He is very intelligent, he can work out how to overcome obstacles and can unlock his catflap using both paws in unison. He likes his owners attention and companionship. He's happy to follow his owner anywhere, he likes to help out and can obey basic commands. Hector can be aggressive to neighbourhood cats and that is the reason for re-homing him. This aggression can be just a scrap or the cause of more serious injury. It's occurred on and off during the last 3 years, and seemed to coincide with events at home such as his brother going missing. He currently lives with another cat he has know since she was a kitten, who he pounces on from time to time but mostly they greet each other and get along. We live in an area with lots of cats. Before I moved here, Hector didn't get into trouble.I think he would be happier in a less cat dense area, such as on a farm or in a very rural location. He would prefer to be an only cat, getting lots of attention, somewhere he could follow his new owner around. He is good with children, people in general and an angel at the vets. He is a really lovely character and I am heartbroken to give him up, but I think he would be happier in the long run
Breed: Bengal Rosetted Age: 3 years Sex: Female
Bambi is a 3 year old brown spotted female Bengal. She is spayed, microchipped and vaccinated up to date. She has no medical or behavioural issues.
Bambi is beautiful, has a very sweet temperament and loves being around people.
She does need a home without any other cats and no dogs. She would be perfectly happy in a family environment as she is very loving and playful.
She does go outdoors although never wanders too far. A home with a good size garden that's not on a busy road would be preferable.
Breed: Blue Spotted Bengal Age: 9 years Sex: Female
Personality traits: Energetic, playful, vocal, affectionate, good at pest control Rain’s just had her 6 month check up.
She is vaccinated, microchipped, spayed and is up-to-date with all flea and worming treatments Rain has asthma and needs 1/2 a steroid every other day. She has had a tooth knocked out by a trauma which the vet is addressing for her Thursday. She is used to being the only pet.
She’s had 4 litters of her own and was kept in a cattery (before we had her). She might take to a quiet dog and enjoy the company, I can’t say for sure though.
She has gotten on well with our 4 year old girl since she was a baby, but our daughter knows to be gentle with her.
She can get over playful if cooped up for too long (tummy strokes can lead to playful scratches unless done when she’s relaxed and sleepy).
Rain needs a home that is not by a busy road and preferably has a bit of land she can roam on.
****Experienced & understanding home needed ****
We have been contacted by a volunteer at South Manchester Rehome and Rescue with reference to a male Bengal in their care.
Marley is a 2 year old (approx) Bengal neutered boy who has been in foster for 3 months now. As far as the rescue know is he has already had 4 homes due to being aggressive, in his last home he allegedly attacked a young child. He has mellowed slightly over the past few months but... still nips and walks around growling. You can stroke him and there have been lovely moments where he head butts etc but then he can turn. He howls and try’s to get out all the time except when asleep, He is kept separate from all the other cats but it’s becoming a problem as he is spraying. He did get out and attacked another cat that then need veterinary treatment. He goes berserk when penned. The rescue have tried to find the right home for him but to no avail and time is running out for him.
Cairo and Kai’s owner says...... I am sadly in the situation where I have to rehome my beloved Bengal cats Cairo and Kai due to relocation abroad. They are Father and Son, and are 7 and 8 years old. They are both very good with Children and Dogs. They are very sweet. They are inside Cats. Cairo is full pedigree and from one of the best bloodlines in the world in Canada he is absolutely beautiful, and has striking Green eyes and big Rosettes They both are quite vocal and talk to you. Kai his son, also full pedigree is much bigger but still behaves like a kitten and enjoys playing and retrieving balls etc. They are both very gentle and loving cats, and I am very sad to see them go. They are fully pedigree and micro chipped / wormed and neutered. To good and loving homes only please that are experienced with Bengals and that have no other Cats. To ensure this, I am asking for a small donation, which will go to a rescue animal charity. Please get in touch if interested. Alternatively would be looking for someone to temporarily foster them for 6/7 months before they complete requirements to travel. I will pay someone to do this.
**** Mango is looking for a new home ****
Mango is an 11-year-old brown spotted Bengal with pedigree paperwork. She is neutered, micro chipped and vaccinated. Mango has beautiful markings and a sweet nature and likes to chat and play. Mango does go outside someday but she prefers to be snuggled up in a warm spot on a bed and so would be happy being an indoor cat if necessary.
Mango has lived happily with our family since she was a kitten along with our 2 othe...r cats. Unfortunately, our eldest cat recently died of old age and Mango has since started trying to win the position of top cat by fighting with the remaining cat and marking her territory. Having tried to unsuccessfully to resolve this, we are now reluctantly looking for a new home for her where she is not in competition with other pets.
Mango enjoys human companionship and has an affectionate relationship with my now grown up children. She is a little shy at first but once she gets to know you will happily spend as much time cuddled up to a human companion as they will allow. Although she has coped well with the hustle and bustle of our growing family over the years, I think she would now prefer a calm home with no other cats or dogs as she enters her later years and I believe that in this environment she will continue to be a lovely pet for someone.
Location: Colchester, Essex
£50 re-homing fee
*****Forever home needed*****
Muriel has found herself in a rescue centre on Sunday and isn't coping very well. She needs to be placed in a home environment ASAP. Assessment has been difficult due to Muriel being extremely stressed.
Muriel is a stunning Seal Lynx Snow Spotted Bengal. She is 6 years old and spayed. She is vaccinated and hopefully she will be chipped and be... given flea & worm treatment before leaving for her new home but this is proving difficult at the moment due to her stress levels.
Muriel has shown stress related aggression whilst at the rescue centre. Also, in her previous family home she was fine with the husband and children but hated the wife, she had attacked the wife on several occasions.
Muriel could be allowed to roam but she is terrified of other cats so prefers to be indoors. This fear of other cats is the main reason she is finding life at the rescue so difficult.
Ideally Muriel needs be placed with an experienced cat person who has had Bengals or similar breeds in the past. Definitely not suitable for a multi cat household or a family with young children.
Location - Waltham Abbey, Herts.
Adoption Fee £70.00
**** Forever home needed ****
LAKSHMI is searching for her new home. She is a 4 year old spayed female who has had a litter. She is chipped, immunised and has been given worm and flea treatment regularly. She will eat wet and dry cat food. She is an outdoor cat though a thoroughly incompetent hunter. She is very shy at first but extremely affectionate, she will greet you with chirr...ups and purrs as soon as you touch her. She likes to spend as much time as you can spare with her lying on your lap with her head on your shoulder. She needs to be the only cat in the household, and this is why her owner is very reluctantly looking for a new home for her. LAKSHMI is located in South Devon. There is an adoption fee of £50 which will be donated to a local animal rescue charity.
Jake's owners have come to the difficult decision to rehome him.He is a 5 year old neutered brown spotty Bengal. He is chipped, wormed and fully vaccinated. Jake had Bengal Neuropathy as a kitten but has made a full recover. Due to a change in circumstances Jake is not getting the lap time and affection he deserves. He's a really cuddly cat, loves to relax draped over your shoulder. He is also very vocal with a particularly loud shout. He eats regular food, wet and dry and loves Webbox meaty sticks. He has absolutely no interest in Dreamies. Jake would be best suited as the ONLY pet. He can be a bit needy and it would be good if he wasn't competing for attention. He's an outdoor cat, doesn't really cope well with being kept in for more than about a week. He will come with whatever food and treats we have, a bed (not that he uses it), blanket and toys, and the cat carrier if you need it. Jake needs someone who will adore him and let him sit on their knee for more than 5 minutes.
Adoption fee - £50.00. Location - Merseyside.
Willows owner says....
Willow is a 9 year old Bengal Cross. Her mother belonged to my uncle and was a pedigree snow Bengal who got out and about with the local lads. My uncle passed away nearly four years ago which makes this decision even harder. Willow has always been quirky, like most Bengals. Quite vocal, a bit nervous at times and she loves to play with toys especially danglers. She has been an outdoor cat most of the time but has also had times indoors which she doesn’t mind. Willow has a sensitive tummy but she can eat Hills dried Chicken food and she enjoys Webbox Liver Lick e Lix. Unfortunately over the last few years things have become challenging between Willow and I. My son left home and I then moved house. I’m the only person in the household and Willow has become fixated with me. She’ll sit and just stare at me for ages. She is very jealous of her little feline sister. Willow often blocks my way, for example at the top of the stairs or at a door, so I have to react to her. Such an attention seeker! She can get quite over stimulated if I pay her a lot of attention which has led to the odd nip from her. I find myself getting impatient with her and I hate that I feel that way. Things are not likely to get any easier as I plan to move house again soon. I want her and I to be happy and I think she may be happier with people who love all her Bengal weirdness. I have tried diffusers, Zylkene and behaviour modification techniques but I am ultimately looking to change who she inately is and that isn’t fair to her. I would suggest that she might be better in a busier household with more than one person so she doesn’t become obsessive again, unless that is something that is desired. Willow has lived with other cats but if she had her way she would be the only pet. Willow is neutered, chipped and vaccinated. I live near Aberdeen, Scotland.
We are sadly in the situation where I have to rehome my beloved Bengal cats due to separation and relocation. They are brother and sister, from the same litter, and are 9 years old. They are both very good with children and dogs, having grown up with both.Chui, the boy, is absolutely beautiful, and has the classic markings of a Bengal. He is quite vocal, but only when hungry! Nala, is smaller, with the prettiest eyes, and still behaves like a kitten as she enjoys chasing real and imaginary things! They are both very gentle and loving cats, and we are very sad to see them go. They are fully pedigree and micro chipped / wormed and neutered. Sadly their papers have been lost in the move, however, their breeder is available for a chat / email by request.To good and loving homes only please. To ensure this, we are asking for a small donation, which will go to a rescue animal charity.
TWO BENGALS IN NEED OF NEW HOME TOGETHER
Max & Monroe, 1 Male, 1 Female, brown spotted Bengals, born 14.02.14. Both neutered, microchipped and up to date with their vaccinations and healthcare. Completely indoor cats, from a very loving home, totally house trained, always use a litter tray, no indoor accidents. Love to be around people, love being petted, brushed and stroked, even though they are adults, they are still playful. Never been around other animals, and have never been separated, so need to be rehomed as a pair, to, preferably, a pet free home.
Have deliberated over the need to rehome, for a long while, but continued illness in the home has pushed us to have to make this decision. They are my Daughters pets, & she has cared for them, since they were 9 weeks old- so is pretty devastated at the choice we have had to come to. I am looking for a £300 rehoming fee (£150 per cat) & only want contact from serious interested parties. Previous Bengal owners would be preferable.
Forever home needed for Poppy
We are looking for a forever home our 11 year old Bengal cat Poppy.
Poppy is a Neutered, microchipped female Bengal who loves to explore outside. All original pedigree paperwork held. She is very vocal and loves to talk, particularly to birds and animals seen through the windows where she chirps and squawks! Poppy is a social cat who loves being stroked and to be around people for company, although she is not a lap cat and doesn’t particularly like being picked up. She loves to sit up high on her scratch post and watch to the world go by! She gets on well with our other cat; who is a house cat so could go to a home with another cat but she would have to be the dominant animal. Poppy has never been around dogs so would prefer no dogs but is fantastic with our toddler and is fine with children/babies.She has previously been vaccinated but these have now run out. She is currently insured with Petplan on their lifetime cover policy. Poppy does use a litter tray as well as outside for toilet.
Reason for re-home is that we are soon to be moving from our quiet cul-de-sac to a busy A-road with a 50mph limit. As Poppy likes to explore outside I have real concern’s that she will wander onto the road and be injured or killed. Keeping her as a house cat (which our other cat is) is not an option! It is a very reluctant decision but one I feel necessary given the location of our new house.
We are asking for a £50 re-homing fee to ensure she goes to a genuine and loving, forever home. We are situated in Farnborough, Hampshire.
Forever Homes Needed
In the care of the Bengal Cat Association we now have Luna and her 5 kittens (she’s unsure who the baby daddy is). Luna is a snow marbled Bengal, she was handed into vets, having been found wandering around Lenton Abbey Industrial Estate in the Nottingham area. She was already pregnant bless her. At the time she was checked for a chip and didn’t have one. She’s approximately 2 years old. A lady at the vets took her home so that she would have a nice safe place to deliver ...her adorable litter. Sara is now leaving the country to work so we were asked to step in to help.
Luna and her 5 babies are now with a Foster Mum Annette, who adores them. We’re happy to say that Luna will be staying with Annette forever.Kittens will be needing forever homes though when they are old enough to be homed at 13 - 14 weeks old. Luna’s a fantastic Mum and they’re all doing really well!
We are currently in contact with various vets so that we can work out an adoption fee.
We are not profiting from this as a Breed Club, from an ...ethical point of view the adoption fee will cover.
B: Fully Vacinated
D: Flea Treated
Thank you to everyone who has enquired so far
This is Casper, he’s 4 years old. He is very affectionate but can be either jumpy or a bit too playful.
Consequently he’s scratched my 5 year old and she’s now very frightened of him. He loves to explore outside but also likes to find cosy places to sleep indoors. We have a dog and they get along but mostly ignore each other.
I don’t think he gets on with cats. He likes to be involved with what your doing.
We would really like to find him a home where he will be able to stay happily forever, we’ll be sad to see him go.
GORGEOUS BENGAL NEEDING FOREVER HOME
There has sadly been a change in her owners family circumstances which mean that they are no longer able to keep Silky as their family pet.
"Silky has been such a wonderful addition to our household and is very much loved by all the family, but unfortunately due to our circumstances we just wont be able to keep her anymore. Silky is approximately 4 years old, and is a retired breeding cat. Her temperament is wonderful, she is great with young children (from age 1 through to age 8!) and has been very adaptable to a busy family life. She will often seek out the family to be involved in whatever is going on, whether it’s in the garden, the lounge or snuggling up on a bed. She also is very happy snoozing in front of the fire or a spare lap."
Forever Home Needed
We are located just outside Southampton and are looking to rehome our beautiful 4 year old female Bengal called Nubia. We have had her since a kitten but during the last year she has started being bullied by her sister and our neighbours new cats which is making her very anxious. We feel she would be much happier in a home without other cats. She is really intelligent and curious and will fetch and bring back toys like a dog She is affectionate and chatty and loves to be petted and cuddled and to curl up on your bed at night. She is approx 4kg, spayed, microchipped and all vaccs are up to date.
FOREVER HOME NEEDED
Amber is a gorgeous 5 year old spayed female Bengal who needs a new forever home.
She is microchipped, has no current health issues and her vaccinations will soon be up to date.
She will only drink running water and has a water fountain.
She eats Royal Canin and has never touched wet food.
She currently has access to outdoors but does not wander far so would preferably be able to do so in her new home.
Amber loves people, she is very vocal and loves to jump into your arms.
As a kitten she lived with an older cat but is currently quite fearful of other cats.
Ambers issue and the reason why she is regrettably being rehomed is because of her overt jealous reaction towards a toddler member of the family.
Amber would not be suitable for rehoming to a family with young children but would be fine with older children.
Amber is currently located in Devon but the owner is willing to travel with Amber to her new home.
TWO GCCF REGISTERED BENGAL BOYS IN NEED OF NEW HOME TOGETHER
Sam and Frodo are 11 year old neutered male Bengal cats who are brothers from the same litter and have always lived together. They were bred at Tobysden Bengals. Due to family bereavement, they are in need of a new home. They are a beautiful pair of cats; Sam is the more placid one and likes to be stroked often and is happy being handled whenever. When Frodo wants attention he likes lots of it and has a loud purr! They are both go outdoors although rarely venture further than a few gardens away. They sleep indoors and have been kept in at night all their lives without a problem. They have lived with a 3 year old boy since his birth and simply ignore him. They have never lived with other pets. Both have been neutered and and have had yearly vaccinations every February. They are both fit cats for their ages and neither have any long term health conditions and are on no medication. They eat a mixture of dry and wet food.
BEST WISHES TO MARGARET AND ELSA
BEAUTIFUL BENGAL NEEDING FOREVER HOME
Bengal girl needing a furever home due to her owner passing away ?
She is from Carshalton Surrey in the Uk
The family are wanting to find their mums much loved kitty a loving safe forever home. they can't keep her as they already have cats that won't accept her.
Her name is Elsa, she is a 9 year old pedigree Bengal
She is spayed and Micro chipped .
She has a very sweet nature and does not scratch or bite
She has lived with other cats before but would probably prefer not to
She is an outside cat but has recently been staying inside. We do not know if the is due to her owners death or other cats bulling her outside. Because of this she will need access to a litter tray at the moment
She plays fetch with rolled up paper or balls
If you are interested in offering this beautiful girl a loving permanent home please get in touch and we will be able to give you more details