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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 5:54 pm 
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It's with sad regret that I am posting this but here it goes:

Honey is a 7 yr old, ex breeding queen. She is a sorrel rosetted bengal, spayed, jabs to date and chipped. She is an outdoors/indoors cat and house trained.

Unfortunately, over the last 3 months, she has shown a lack of toleration to my 2 children and her daughter, who is now a year old.

That said, Honey is a very affectionate and loving cat. She loves to curl up by your feet on the sofa and snooze away, she will always greet you when you return home or in the morning when you wake. She is loyal and loves going out for walks. With me, she will walk off the lead, she comes to her name and even whistle and she will meow to let you know she has heard you.

She is intelligent, so be aware that she will get into a kitchen cupboard or open a door or 2 :lol: She will walk on a lead but as a new owner to her, you will have to build up your relationship.

She would be better off in a home that has no other cats but honey could possibly go into a home with a less dominant cat, or a cat that isn't too 'hyper. I would say no dogs though. Older children or kids over 7, she will growl and spit as a warning to a child, I have witnessed this with my 2 kids, as she hates their rough handling.

I love my little girl with my whole heart but I know what she needs and my home is no longer that place.

I am in the Reading area of Berkshire, please PM me for details.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 3:26 am 
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My neighbour is seriously considering a bengal, he's so attached to Ella and Oscar (he nearly bought one two years ago but decided against it because of personal circumstances at the time). Unfortunately he wouldn't be suitable as he has a son, who doesn't live with him but is a very frequent visitor :(

I'm sure you won't have a problem finding a good home for Honey and wish you the best of luck.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 1:03 pm 
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she's fine with kids, aslong as she isn't pulled about. TBH she'll ask to go outside. my eldest is autistic and is a little too much for her and my 19 month old pulls.

he's more than welcome to come see her

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 9:50 pm 
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I know lots of people who want Bengals here in California but cannot afford them..although most of them have children..it is too bad I can't help :(.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2013 10:35 pm 
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thank you for understanding x

She is listed as a private rehoming 'rescue' with a local cat rescue and now the RSPCA. Both of which will conduct home visits etc TBH I am more hopeful of a good home coming from the local cat rescue, they seem to have better success. They also ask for £85 as an adoption fee, once a home is found. I had a call this evening and they are getting a lot of response for honey but many aren't suitable, except 2, which will be looked into this week.

She stays in my room or goes outside, today she has actually been alot better with my 2 others, as the kids have been out all day, she eve had a small game of chase but got mardy after a few minutes :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 9:37 pm 
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Greeneyes wrote:
thank you for understanding x

She is listed as a private rehoming 'rescue' with a local cat rescue and now the RSPCA. Both of which will conduct home visits etc TBH I am more hopeful of a good home coming from the local cat rescue, they seem to have better success. They also ask for £85 as an adoption fee, once a home is found. I had a call this evening and they are getting a lot of response for honey but many aren't suitable, except 2, which will be looked into this week.

She stays in my room or goes outside, today she has actually been alot better with my 2 others, as the kids have been out all day, she eve had a small game of chase but got mardy after a few minutes :lol:



That is good news!

Benji came from Cats Protection and they were very thorough with the homecheck, despite my last boy having come from them!. They made 100% sure that I knew what I was letting myself in for and also had specified no other cats or children because of his history. They also charged a £50 adoption fee which I was happy to pay.

Good luck with finding her the right home,

Heather

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 15, 2013 4:22 pm 
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Thank you x

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