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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2012 12:12 pm 
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Hello, we have 2 gorgeous brown spotted bengal cats (brother and sister from same litter) that would love to move together to a new loving home. They are both full pedigree (all appropriate paperwork) and are upto date with their vaccinations. Both myself and my husband adore our gorgeous bundles of joy but we have recently had a new addition to the family (little boy called Finlay) and it seems he may be allergic to cats. I will be heartbroken to see our lovely cats leave us but feel that they deserve more attention and someone to give them even more love than I can currently give them and of course I have to look after my son's needs first. I would like to keep brother and sister together, as they make great playmates for each other. They were originally indoor cats with access to outside in a cat proofed garden and have also taken walks on leads (although they prefer to have access to outside space without leads). Recently I have let both cats out (they managed to escape the garden) and they have had access to more freedom. They always come back home and still love fuss and cuddles. The boy cat is very affectionate and has a lovely strong purr. The girl cat loves affection on her terms, both are very people friendly (when they have smelt you and sussed you out)...... They have not posed any threat to my little boy(currently 20 weeks old) and have not bothered him in any way.

Both cats have been neuteured.

I am based in the east midlands (near Burton on Trent/Swadlincote).

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PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2012 8:11 am 
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DONNAS070677 wrote:
Hello, we have 2 gorgeous brown spotted bengal cats (brother and sister from same litter) that would love to move together to a new loving home. They are both full pedigree (all appropriate paperwork) and are upto date with their vaccinations. Both myself and my husband adore our gorgeous bundles of joy but we have recently had a new addition to the family (little boy called Finlay) and it seems he may be allergic to cats. I will be heartbroken to see our lovely cats leave us but feel that they deserve more attention and someone to give them even more love than I can currently give them and of course I have to look after my son's needs first. I would like to keep brother and sister together, as they make great playmates for each other. They were originally indoor cats with access to outside in a cat proofed garden and have also taken walks on leads (although they prefer to have access to outside space without leads). Recently I have let both cats out (they managed to escape the garden) and they have had access to more freedom. They always come back home and still love fuss and cuddles. The boy cat is very affectionate and has a lovely strong purr. The girl cat loves affection on her terms, both are very people friendly (when they have smelt you and sussed you out)...... They have not posed any threat to my little boy(currently 20 weeks old) and have not bothered him in any way.

Both cats have been neuteured.

I am based in the east midlands (near Burton on Trent/Swadlincote).

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PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2012 9:33 am 
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Have you contacted their breeder for assistance? A lot of breeders will offer assistance and will even take back cats that they bred until a new home can be found.

I wish you luck.

Real shame for them :(

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