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PostPosted: Tue Apr 26, 2016 9:06 am 
Bengal Kitten

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Unfortunately and with great reluctance due to family circumstances we need to seek rehoming for two beautiful, affectionate 8 year old F4 spayed Bengal females. Buda is spotted, Bali other marbled.

Both are very affectionate, they are not lap cats but will on occasion reward favoured individuals with curling up on them. Both are very active, behaving more like 2 years old than 8. For their first 7 years they were house cats. Whilst Buda would probably happily revert to being a house cat, as she is very much fair weather only when it comes to going outside, Bali would likely be happier being allowed out. We are therefore looking for someone who does not live close to a major road if possible.

They live with us in our family home, with a new baby and a 2 year old toddler. They are naturally cautious with the toddler but do interact with him without issue. They are incredibly gentle and have never once in their 8 years lashed out at anyone, despite provocation.

Both cats are up to date on vaccinations, healthy with no significant injuries or illnesses at any point. Both are chipped.

They have been fed mostly a raw diet, until a couple of years ago it was primarily whole chicken wings, but they now happily take minced whole chicken. We supplement this with Encore tinned cat food every couple of days, and Applause dried cat food on occasion.

We use a clumping clay litter with them.

Bali is affectionate, loves being brushed, and given a chance will eat most things meat based. She is the more outdoorsy of the two.

Buda is if anything more affectionate than Bali, but hates being brushed to the point she will flatten herself to the floor and crawl away. She is a more picky eater, preferring the chicken to the tinned or dried catfood. She is very much a fair weather cat, often turning around at the door to go back in.

Both cats seem to be fine with strangers, we've had comments from neighbours that they regularly appear at their doors and readily take attention from them.

They have not had any exposure to dogs other than those they run into outdoors, so I don't know how they would react to living with one.

Location: Peebles, Scottish Borders.

Contact: Steven,

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

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