My name is Winnie (Honey)!

Bengal Kitten for adoption in Pleasanton, California - Winnie (Honey)
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Forsaken Cats Rescue

Facts about Winnie (Honey)

  • Breed: Bengal
  • Color: Tan Or Fawn (Mostly)
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
This group of kittens (named by our foster family’s wonderful children who play with them every day) are newly rescued after their mother disappeared, most likely hit by a car as so many are each year. A Good Samaritan heard them crying and called us. There is a gorgeous Bengal male in the area that we have been trying to trap for a couple of months and he is the father. He’s quite the jungle cat and very smart and elusive. He makes lovely kittens but we really need him to stop and will be glad when we finally trap him.

Winnie is the only girl in the group, but she can hold her own with her brothers. She is truly lovely and is unique in her honey coloring, which is why her nick name is "Honey".

As these kittens are newly rescued they are too small to be spayed and neutered yet. But if you are interested in adopting please contact me to arrange a visit. It would be nice if we had a homes lined up for them when they do make weight and can get fixed. We have started their shots. At the time they are fixed they will also be microchipped and deworming will be complete by that time too. They are all kitty box trained.

Because these kittens are a Bengal mix they will not do well as single kittens in a home where they will be alone most of the day. They will need either another kitten or cat to play with. Bengal mix kittens are very athletic and energetic and need to play in ways humans can’t with them. They need to wrestle and chase.

About Forsaken Cats Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

FCR primarily does rescue and TNR (Trap, Neuter, Return and Manage) - We rescue cats and kittens from cat colonies, dumpsters, junkyards, railroad easements, parking lots, fields, streets, businesses, and other unsafe places where they struggle to survive. We reduce the number of homeless kittens born each year to feral and stray cat mothers through Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) and colony management.

FCR rescues cats and kittens from dangerous situations, such as poisoning which happens more than anyone realizes. Most of the kittens and cats that we rescue would be euthanized at shelters and we are their only chance at a better life.

Come Meet Our Pets...

If you are interested in meeting one of our kittens or cats up for adoption, please send us an email and we will be happy to set up a time to visit the cat or kitten in their foster home.

Our Adoption Process...

We schedule visits at our foster homes to see the kitten or cat because we do not do adoption fairs. We are a small organization and feel that it is important to see a cat or kitten's true personality which comes out best when they are visited in their foster home.