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We Have 11 Cats waiting for you to take them home

We have Rehomed over 200 Cats Since 2012 you can see some of them here

If you are interested in re-homing a bengal please reply directly to the contact listed with each advert.

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WELFARE CATS FOR REHOMING

The cats listed below are currently looking for new homes

If you are interested in re-homing a bengal please reply directly to the contact listed with each advert.

If you have a cat to rehome, please read our Welfare News page for more
      information and contact details.

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Scipio (Skippy) from Liverpool

The Bengal Cat Club 2015 Website: Home of the Bengals in the UK and Worldwide:http://www.bengalcatclub.co.uk/There are two adults and four cats in our home; Scipio (Skippy) is our youngest cat and our only Bengal (the others are moggies). With a heavy heart, we would like to find Skippy a new home.

Skippy is still very young (born 11.06.16 to an established Bengal breeder - so 20 weeks at the time of posting). He has a beautiful personality - good natured, friendly, intelligent and fun. We have had a number of visitors to the house since he came to us (when he was 12 weeks old) and he has been bold and delightful with them all.

The problem is that, with our other cats, he is incredibly dominant. Also, week-by-week, this problem is getting worse. He totally dominates the space he occupies, every cat mealtime, all cat sleeping areas, and our attention, pushing the other cats away by barging them or wrestling with them till he gets everything to himself.

The Bengal Cat Club 2015 Website: Home of the Bengals in the UK and Worldwide:http://www.bengalcatclub.co.uk/Our established cats - who are 18, 16 and 2 - are increasingly wary of Skippy and are more and more staying away from the house and him. This is of concern to us not least because the 18-year old has health problems and winter is setting in. We are increasingly of the opinion that Skippy needs to be the only cat in the house he lives in. Also, as we work full-time, we think that he needs more attention than we have been able to give him, that boredom might be a factor too.

We would like to re-home him sooner rather than later, while he is young and more able to adapt to a new family - and before our beloved established cats leave us for good.

He has had his vaccinations, and he has been neutered and microchipped. He goes out. He has a very good appetite - he was raised on raw meat but now has a diet of more regular cat food and Royal Canin kibble. And he has lots of energy for play. He is very good with adults - we have no experience of him with children or dogs. He is litter trained but is increasingly using the garden.

He has pee-ed in the house but in locations that our other cats use (their beds), which we have taken as signs of him being territorial. Skippy has been seen by our vet - once to introduce them to one another, and once more when he was neutered and chipped - and the vet described him as one of the best natured Bengals she has ever worked with. It is very important to us who Skippy is rehomed with.

We want him to be happy and secure in his new home. So, if you are interested, expect to be asked lots of questions.

Contact:
Caroline
Tel:
07825775940
E-mail:
Area:
Liverpool
Advert Posted:
Nov 16th
The bengal cat club website

LILY from sw london

The Bengal Cat Club 2015 Website: Home of the Bengals in the UK and Worldwide:http://www.bengalcatclub.co.uk/Lily, born June 2011. (5 years old.) Brown, spotted Bengal. Lily is spayed, microchipped and vaccinations are up to date.

Lily is a gentle and intelligent Bengal, who can be a little timid when meeting new people, but she is beautiful, clever, VERY loving, purry and incredibly loyal. She needs a loving new human who will take the time to bond with her, who is at home quite a lot of the time to spend her days with. Like all Bengals Lily is quite vocal/loves meowing.

* If you are Lily's human, she will love you unconditionally and give you tons of love and affection.

* She also absolutely loves playing with her toys, she particularly loves her fishing rods and foil balls. If you throw a foil ball for her she will retrieve it and bring it back to you! Lily carries soft toys in her mouth and keeps them by her food bowl for safe keeping.

The Bengal Cat Club 2015 Website: Home of the Bengals in the UK and Worldwide:http://www.bengalcatclub.co.uk/* Lily is an outdoor cat, she uses a cat flap and she loves playing in the garden and exploring. She is fully house trained and uses a tiddle box when indoors - no problems at all with weeing in the wrong spot as some Bengals have, Lily is very good in this rs

* She loves curling up on the sofa in the evenings, and at night time she sleeps on the bed with me, or on her blanket in the bedroom.

* One of her other favourite activities is drinking running water from the tap, she much prefers this to her water bowl.

* Lily would like a home with no other cats or dogs, but she doesn't mind children as long as they are gentle with her.

* She has no existing health problems, and she will have lots of toys, a litter tray and cat bowls that will come with her to her new home.

* BasedClapham, London. Happy to delivery Lily, or for her to be collected.

Contact:
Alexandra Sherry
Tel:
07825775940
E-mail:
Area:
Clapham-South-West London
Advert Posted:
Nov 14th
The bengal cat club website

saffie from Gloucestershire

Saffie is a 12 year old female brown spotted (76.30) Bengal. Unfortunately we are moving house and are unable to take her with us so we are looking for a loving home to care for her in her later years.

Saffie is a lovely, healthy, beautifully marked cat with golden spots and is very affectionate. She is quite small and doesn't seem old - she is very independent and lively and plays like a kitten. She is a little madam with a huge personality and an excellent hunter.

She has lived with us for 9 years and has always had the freedom to go outside when she wishes using a cat flap and she loves it. She has quite sharp claws which come out when she plays so we have to be aware of possible scratches and she would therefore not be suitable for a family with young children. She can be quite nervous and is not a cuddly cat but has never been aggressive or bitten us (apart from softly in play).

However, she will sit on your lap and stay there until you want to move and then she'll follow you around the house. She loves hiding under the duvet and will stay there for hours until you find her! When she first came to us we also had another Bengal, Ozzie, who was a big softie but, unfortunately he died a few years ago. They got on really well and she obviously misses him. We also lost our small dog through illness a couple of years ago and she was friendly with him but he found her idea of play a bit hard to handle sometimes!

We live in a semi-rural location with fields and woods to the side of us so feel that Saffie would not like to be in a very built up area or near a main road. We would love to be able to keep her but sadly we can't. We are hoping we can rehome her with a new owner who has time to spend with her so that she can enjoy her 'retirement' - we are sure she has many more years to go yet. Saffie is neutered but is not micro-chipped and does not have any current vaccinations.

We would be willing to deliver Saffie to her new home if necessary but would like to know details of/visit the location before she goes to make sure it will be suitable for her.

Contact:
Carolyn Williams
Tel:
07986 604305
E-mail:
Area:
Gloucester
Advert Posted:
Nov 14th
The bengal cat club website

sadie from bromley

The Bengal Cat Club 2015 Website: Home of the Bengals in the UK and Worldwide:http://www.bengalcatclub.co.uk/Due to a marriage break-up and the ensuing instability of my living situation I have taken the heartbreaking decision to attempt to re-home my female bengal cat, Sadie. It is imperative to me that Sadie finds the right, forever home. I rescued her in 2012 and I intended to be her forever family, but the situation has been taken out of my control and I want to avoid a situation where she will be re-homed a third time. I will therefore be asking a lot of questions and will insist on visiting her potential new home - so please be prepared if you are interested in taking her. I would rather keep her and deal with the inconvenience than re-home her incorrectly, but I don't believe I can offer her the best home situation anymore.

Sadie is 8 years old. She is a snow bengal with blue eyes. She is spayed, up to date with her vaccinations and receives regular flea and worm treatments - though these must be spot-on's as she is impossible to pill. She is generally in good health, however if she gets stressed she sometimes causes sores from over-grooming so must be monitored for this. She is micro-chipped, however the chip is still registered to the rescue centre I got her from (who have now gone out of business) and attempts to get it changed thus far have failed, so she may need a new chip to be implanted.

The Bengal Cat Club 2015 Website: Home of the Bengals in the UK and Worldwide:http://www.bengalcatclub.co.uk/Sadie is a very loving cat and becomes very attached to her person. She does not like to be picked up, but someone she trusts can hold her for short periods when necessary and she will tolerate it. She will sit on your lap at her convenience, but if not she always likes to be nearby. She really loves to sleep either in bed with her person, or in her own bed next to you, therefore she must go to a home who will allow her into the bedroom with them. She is very active, she likes to carry soft toys around the house and likes interactive games with her human - she will even do tricks on command if she is in the mood! She gets bored easily so tends to misbehave if left alone for long periods or ignored. She is very vocal and attention seeking and will make a lot of noise if she doesn't get it - this can be annoying but if you can maintain a calm disposition towards it, it can be quite entertaining!

She has lived as an indoor cat all her life, however she is lead trained and I take her for walks in my garden 1-2x per day. However, I believe this restriction is upsetting to her, so if a new home had access to a cat-proof garden that she could access on demand but could not escape from this would be ideal for her. Sadie is very aggressive to other cats, so must be the only cat in the household. She is scared of young children also, so a child free home is preferred. She apparently lived with a dog in the home before I had her, and I have not seen any indication from her that she is very concerned about dogs, so I think a home with a cat-tolerant dog would be OK, and may even provide some companionship to her which could take the pressure off her human.

Sadie can be quite an anxious cat and her anxiety can cause behavioural issues. I have had a lot of problems with her weeing or spraying in the house - the act seems to be connected with times of stress - for example tension amongst family members, being left alone for too many hours, inadequate exercise/games/outdoor time - however once she has pee'd somewhere the scent will cause her to repeat the behavior. She can be destructive, but this is generally only when she feels she is being ignored. In a home with adequate attention, a calm environment and opportunity to go outside regularly I hope these issues will be of minimal concern, but a potential new owner must be prepared for this and willing to deal with it. I believe she would be happiest with someone who works from home/part-time/retired and is thus able to be with her most of the time.

I am not expecting any payment for Sadie, however in terms of financial investment to ensure any potential new homes are genuine, I would ask that they reimburse any costs I incur in visiting their home (this is not negotiable) and bringing Sadie (and all her belongings) to them if required.

Contact:
Jayme Rodgers
Tel:
07925334620
E-mail:
Area:
Bromley, South East London
Advert Posted:
Nov 14th
The bengal cat club website

smudge from york

1 male cat for rehoming, Smudge is Aged 7 and a Golden Rosette Bengal

Smudge is an incredibly beautiful , friendly , dominant boy who needs to be in a home with no other cats and preferably no other cats in the area. He is vocal , so neighbours are better if far away.

He is friendly with dogs but also challenges them and I have seen him stalk my neighbours dog, so a dog free home might be best. He is child friendly and loves children's games and the they fun they create but would be better with older children (over 7) because he can challenge on very rare occasions , though it is notable that he has only done this with adults and not children.

He is an excellent hunter and loves playing hunting games and hide and seek. He has personality and incredible good looks and lots of men adore him!

He follows me wherever I go and is happiest helping and getting involved. He escorts me home when he sees me arrive back in our street and loves to sleep in on the sofa and be stroked and petted at every opportunity!

We have to find a new home as he bullies his brother and challenges the other cats in the area and calls loudly. It is very hard to let him go because he has real presence and is lots of fun and an excellent mouser, but it is best for his brother and Smudge to be in a more suited home.

His brother is the better fit to stay as though no where near as fun and handsome, he is not as dominant and can live with neighbouring cats.

Contact:
Rachael Moon
Tel:
07725854343
E-mail:
Area:
York
Advert Posted:
Oct 24th
The bengal cat club website

Dottie needs a forever home

The Bengal Cat Club 2015 Website: Home of the Bengals in the UK and Worldwide:http://www.bengalcatclub.co.uk/Dottie is a 2 1/2 yrs old female.

She is spayed and micro chipped however she is out of vaccinations and will need to start a new course. Her only vice is that she doesn't like other cats. Her original owner brought her at 13 weeks then went on to buy 5 more cats in a two bedroom flat which I believe is the reason why she hates other cats.

The Bengal Cat Club 2015 Website: Home of the Bengals in the UK and Worldwide:http://www.bengalcatclub.co.uk/I don't think she would get on with a dog either as she has never been around any. Dottie is great with people and will make a really lap cat. If you think you can give her a forever indoor home

Contact:
Chris
Tel:
07743707106
E-mail:
Area:
Advert Posted:
Nov 3rd
The bengal cat club website

simba from hampshire

I have a pedigree 8 yr old Bengal, sadly he isn't getting enough attention and needs a loving home.

He has a dominant personality and is very playful and vocal. His new home ideally needs to be away from main roads as he has always lived around fields and free to roam. He responds to "walkies" and loves it if you go with him! He is affectionate and will give plenty of cuddles, he does like to play a little rough using his teeth and claws sometimes but he is only playing.

Fully vaccinated, microchipped and neutered.

He would best suit a house with no other cats or dogs. Good with children of all ages as he is a family cat at the moment.

I live in Hampshire so anyone fairly near the area would be ideal but would consider travelling. I'm happy to take him to his new home to make sure it is suited to him.

Contact:
Tel:
na
E-mail:
Area:
Hampshire
Advert Posted:
Sept 30th
The bengal cat club website

simba and tigra from glasgow

The Bengal Cat Club 2015 Website: Home of the Bengals in the UK and Worldwide:http://www.bengalcatclub.co.uk/We are based in Glasgow and are looking to rehome our beloved Bengal cats as we feel they are not getting the attention they need and deserve now that we have started a family and have a toddler running around.

The cats will come with new toys, litter trays, a scratching pole and a months supply of food and litter (Purina one dried food and Thomas clay litter). The cats are microchipped, neutered, TICA registered and have never had any injuries or illnesses. They use their litter trays at all times and are not used to treats or other types of food or milk. They have never really used a cat bed and tend to sleep wherever they fancy. We are looking for a home with no young children and no other cats or dogs. And someone who does not live on a major road.

Simba

I am 9 years old. I am a snow boy with a silver coat and black spots. I am a big sook and I LOVE cuddles. I like to talk and will follow you around when I need attention. As you can see I am a very big cat (but not over weight). I'm looking for a home where I can be the centre of attention. When I was just a kitten I wriggled getting my vaccination and the needle damaged a muscle in my shoulder. Although I made a full recovery, I am not as agile as other cats and cannot climb very well or jump up high. Because of this I am an indoor cat but I enjoy the freedom of a secure garden during the day when the weather is nice. I have no sense of danger , especially with cars so I really cannot go out. I would be your very best friend if you were to take care of me as I have a lot of love to give.

Tigra

I am 7 years old. I am a seal Lynx with a cream coat and brown spots. I am a small and independent cat who sometimes likes my own space. But I will let you know when I'm looking for some cuddles and I will sit on your knee once I trust you and get to know you. I'm not keen on babies and small children and I like a quiet house. I am used to getting let out during the day and in nice weather but I don't go far and I don't stay out for long. I don't use a cat flap. I am a neat and tidy little cat who is easy to look after and I have a gorgeous little face with big blue eyes that you will fall in love with.

Together we make a great pair We have been together and the best of friends all our lives. Some call us 'little and large'. We get on very well - we play together, eat together, sleep together and clean each other. You will rarely see us apart. I know that many will find it hard to cater for our different needs (one able to go out and one not) but if you feel that you might be able to ten we would love you to give us a chance. We are two beautiful cats, in appearance and in nature and we would be an asset to a home that has the space and time to spend with us. We have never bitten, hissed or scratched to this day and we will even let you clip our little claws from time to time!

Please note that as a condition of rehoming we would require to see the house where the cats would be rehomed, we will not consider rehoming to someone who just comes and collects them. Also, the cats come as a pair!

Contact:
Angela Robertson
Tel:
07861 721 623
E-mail:
Area:
Glasgow
Advert Posted:
Sept 16th
The bengal cat club website

Max

The Bengal Cat Club 2015 Website: Home of the Bengals in the UK and Worldwide:http://www.bengalcatclub.co.uk/I am looking for a new home for my Bengal Max. He is 8 years old, neutered, microchipped and up to date on vaccinations. He is a snow marbled Bengal with stunning blue eyes.

He needs to go to a home with no other cats as he is getting very upset sharing his house with multiple cats. He is a big boy and can be quite aggressive to the other cats. He has no experience of dogs at all. He would be okay with children so long as they were not over enthusiastic with him. A lively household might be a bit too stressful for him.

He is a bit of a nervy cat and can get spooked easily by loud noises and changes. He has always been like this since we had him due to not being bred in the home. He is affectionate on his terms. He is quite a loud cat when he is talking so you will know he is there. He is extremely difficult to give medication to and it’s been impossible to clip his claws. Whilst he has attacked our other cats he has never once bitten a human, even in play or a nip. Never has he been aggressive with us.

There is one more issue we have been dealing with. Max has always been prone to spraying and weeing in the home. We have mostly managed this by keeping doors shut so he can’t access certain areas. We also have Feliway plug ins and have had him on Zylkene. He has tried other medication from the vets but he is so difficult to pill that it was never consistent. I feel he would be so much better if he wasn’t in a multicat house. But I’m not sure he will ever entirely stop.

He would like to go outside as he enjoys being in the garden with us and going for walks with us. We are in Leicestershire but may be able to deliver depending on distance.

The Bengal Cat Club 2015 Website: Home of the Bengals in the UK and Worldwide:http://www.bengalcatclub.co.uk/

Contact:
Lorraine and Andy
Tel:
01530 263867
E-mail:
Area:
Leicester
Advert Posted:
Aug 1st
The bengal cat club website
 
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