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Bengals for Adoption

Xylona Is Available!

Breed - TICA Registered SBT Bengal Cat
 

Sex - Female

Age - 4 Years​

Coat: Spotted / Rosetted

House Trained: Yes

Health: Vet Checked, Spayed, Vaccinated

 

Gets Along with Friendly Dogs: Maybe?

 

Gets Along with Friendly Cats: Maybe?

 

Diet:
Rawz canned turkey and liver; Stella & Chewy's Freeze Dried
Absolutely NO dry food.

Typically, Xylona is very friendly and likes to play, loves getting petted, and can be picked up without issue.

She really just wants to be around people and part of things.
 

HOWEVER

Please read this important update from her owner:


For the past 2 years we have really been struggling.

We had to sell our house when Covid hit and ended up moving in with my parents.

Around that same time we got a new dog that as she grew started to show insanely high pray drive!

Because of the move (my parents do not like cats) and because of the dog, the Bengals have been living in a bedroom.

We put the dog through two entire rounds of obedience training, but it has not helped.

Xylona especially seems very unhappy and lonely because she meows almost constantly and only stops when we go in to pet her. Juno has become unsociable towards all of us due to the isolation I believe.

We feel terrible about the situation and we know this is not a good life for them.

Is there anything you can do to help me find them a better home?

The two of them together preferably because they are very bonded.

I feel sick even asking this because I love them very much, but I know they deserve better then living in a bedroom.

Before she was isolated in a bedroom with Juno, she would climb in our laps, rub on our legs and really just act like any other cat. 

Once she has a home where she is free to actually live in the entire home, it should not take long for her to re-socialize and be as friendly as she was before. 

Xylona is currently living in Lago Vista with her owner.

Her Adoption Fee is $500

Email for Information

Juno Is Available!

Breed - TICA Registered F2 Bengal Cat
 

Sex - Female

Age - 4 Years​

Coat: Silver Spotted / Rosetted

House Trained: Yes - but litter box must be kept clean.

Health: Vet Checked, Spayed, Vaccinated

 

Gets Along with Friendly Dogs: Maybe?

 

Gets Along with Friendly Cats: Maybe?

 

Diet:
Rawz canned turkey and liver; Stella & Chewy's Freeze Dried
Absolutely NO dry food.

Juno is a little more complicated.
 

From her owner:

Juno can be super sweet and very lovey but she’s also very smart and seems to hold grudges if that doesn’t sound crazy.

She does not like to be picked up, so when we have to it takes about a month for her to be willing to let us pet her.

It’s like she loses trust for a little bit after she’s made to do something.

For example, when we moved in with my parents we had to pick her up and put her in her carrying crate.

It took just about a month for her to let me pet her after that.

Same thing after we spayed her. 
 

Please read this important update from her owner:


For the past 2 years we have really been struggling.

We had to sell our house when Covid hit and ended up moving in with my parents.

Around that same time we got a new dog that as she grew started to show insanely high pray drive!

Because of the move (my parents do not like cats) and because of the dog, the Bengals have been living in a bedroom.

We put the dog through two entire rounds of obedience training, but it has not helped.

Xylona especially seems very unhappy and lonely because she meows almost constantly and only stops when we go in to pet her. Juno has become unsociable towards all of us due to the isolation I believe.

We feel terrible about the situation and we know this is not a good life for them.

Is there anything you can do to help me find them a better home?

The two of them together preferably because they are very bonded.

I feel sick even asking this because I love them very much, but I know they deserve better then living in a bedroom.

Before she was isolated in a bedroom with Juno, she would climb in our laps, rub on our legs and really just act like any other cat. 

Once she has a home where she is free to actually live in the entire home, it should not take long for her to re-socialize and be as friendly as she was before. 

Juno is currently living in Lago Vista with her owner.

Her Adoption Fee is $500

Email for Information

After 25 years of love and passion for the Bengal breed, we have officially retired.

We will continue to mentor breeders
and work with Bengal Rescue.

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