found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
What this girl loves is to move, to run, to twist, to jump, to stretch, to cartwheel, to back flip, to gallop. She is so entertaining to watch. She is a good-natured, nice girl and likes humans of all sorts, petting is fine, but right now her favorite thing is to run around and play. I would like to get a photo of her wonderful spotted tummy for you but she is all wiggles when you hold her up. She is a kitten and only happy to be a lap cat when she is tired of playing and wants to cuddle and sleep in your arms. Other cats she considers to be great play companions and she likes them all. She is probably the alpha cat around most cats. There is a warrior spirit in her.
Tazzie needs to go to a home with one or more playful young cats or maybe a playful dog. I would not put her with another dominant alpha cat. She would also not be best all alone in a home with family at work. I would not put in a home that also has birds in cages. Or fish in aquariums. She is mischievous and bound to get into trouble. Like all Bengals she is potentially an escape artist and she needs to go to a family who can conscientiously keep her inside. Just today I heard of another Bengal that got out and was never seen again. This is my fifth story of lost Bengals this year alone. It really takes extra awareness to keep them safe inside.
She is the picture of health, spayed, microchipped, vaccinated and ready to go home. Her soft short fur is wonderfully marbled and look at the length of her tail, her necklaces, her banded legs and beautiful paws. Her adopter will have to agree to send me photos of her when she is an adult.
What a glorious beauty she will grow into. Someone will be so lucky.
She eats wet and dry food and is litterbox perfect.
Her foster mom is Harriet in Santa Cruz.