My name is KoKo!

Bengal Cat for adoption in Glendale, Arizona - KoKo
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Facts about KoKo

  • Breed: Bengal
  • Color: Brown Or Chocolate
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
My name is KoKo. I’m a light creamy and chocolate brown Bengal mix. I'm probably a fourth or fifth generation Bengal mix which means I’m a lot calmer than the usual Bengal. I have a light brown background (kind of a rich caramel color) and heavy chocolate brown swirls. You don’t see many like me!! And you won’t find many kitties as sweet and loving as I am. All you have to do is talk to me and I start kneading, purring and rubbing my head on whatever is close. I’m still a young kitty, maybe just 11 months old. Can you believe, I was found with a colony of street cats? Boy, was I scared even though I am a Bengal! The lady who takes care of those street cats trapped me and had me spayed and she realized in time I was a very tame and sweet kitty and is now fostering me while I wait for a new family. I’m a bit shy at first (probably because of my street experience) but I figured out that my foster mom and dad are great and now I love all over them. So it may take me a a couple of days to get comfortable at your house too but I know I will. I’m not sure about dogs but I can get along with other cats if they are nice. What I think I really need is a nice home with adults and maybe older kids. I’m a tiny bit insecure after being dumped – who wouldn’t be- but I'm getting more brave every day. So, if you think I would be a sweet addition to your family, it would be my dream come true. You can call my people at 602-757-9791 and ask for Deb. I’ll be waiting to hear from you!

About ForeverFelines

About Our Rescue Group...

We are several women and men who have volunteered in rescue for almost 20 years each. We foster the cats in our homes with our own animals. This allows us to get to know the animal and what type of family would fit it.

We also are the care givers for several community/colony cats at the college we work at. We've been doing this for years also. We have stabilized the cat population at the college and the only new cats arriving are ones abandoned there. We haven't had a litter in years!!! We TNR all the cats but don't return the tame ones as we foster these and get them new homes.

We also educate friends and colleagues on finding new homes for their own cats if they can no longer keep them.

We do it because years ago the cat population on our campus was out of control with many litters every season. Kittens were falling off of roofs where the moms had left them, kittens and cats were starving and scrounging for food in garbage cans all over campus. We stepped in to help one by one growing the group a bit at a time. We got the feral cats altered and tipped and began fostering the tame cats and kittens.

We would love to welcome in other like minded people to foster, help trap, stock the feeders and water stations, and drive cats to the S/N clinics. We would also welcome any cat food donations for the feral cats.

We've been just emailing friends and coworkers to get the word out on the kitties. And we've been asking for help on postings from other rescues but that isn't always available or optimal.

Come Meet Our Pets...

By appointment only but we are very flexible and accommodating to meet people's schedules.

Our Adoption Process...

Completing a screening adopter questionnaire usually by phone. We ask about previous ownership of cats, declawing, dog doors, children, backup ownership in case of illness - the usual.
A rehoming fee of $25 for cats and $35 for kittens younger than 6 months old.
The potential adopter would come to the foster home to meet the animal.
We return calls/texts/emails almost always within 24 hours even if the cat has already been adopted. We want to encourage adoption whether its from us or some other rescue.