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We will never know how this purebred, gorgeous young Bengal boy ended up in the shelter. We assume he got out and the owner never tracked him down. That is always our biggest question. How do these purebreds end up in the shelter? But fortunately for him we took him into our care and will find him a safe indoor home where he is not at risk again.
Sundar means "elegant," and this boy is all that and more. He glides across the room, majestic and handsome. His coat is full of beautiful brown and black swirls and has glitter gold undertones--ideal markings for a Marbled Bengal. He is a growing yearling boy and has not filled out yet; he was very thin when he came into rescue, but he is slowly getting to a normal weight for his age. Eating is the best part of his day. He is on a select protein wet diet and he needs an adopter who will be consistent with his food.
As striking as Sundar is physically, his most appealing characteristic is his outgoing personality. He has the active, curious personality typical in Bengals. He is happy entertaining himself and eager to experiment with anything in his environment that possibly could be a play toy. He is also a super love bug who trills when he talks to you and loves to be petted but is not a lap cat. Surveying the world from the highest possible spot is one of his greatest pleasures, so a very high cat tree or perch is on his wish list.
Sundar would be happy as an only cat, but we will consider applicants who are committed to introducing one cat to another slowly and carefully. He is currently doing well with resident cats that are about his same age. If he does live with another cat, another young, active cat would be the best companion; an older cat or a cat of a sedentary breed would not want to deal with his active personality. He cannot go to a family with multiple dogs.
Sundar's foster mom wants to make sure he goes to a household where he will be appreciated. Like most Bengals, he is very high energy and needs humans who are experienced with cats of active, intelligent breeds. He will want to be the center of attention and needs adequate space to explore. He is not a candidate for a small apartment. He also would not be a good cat for a first time cat owner. Of course, his new family must be careful to keep him entirely indoors.
Sundar is fostered in Davis, CA.
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