I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
Chianna 2 yo Female Brown Spotted Bengal
When you meet Chianna it is obvious she was once a cherished pet and family member. She is well socialized, loving, talkative, and friendly to anyone willing to discuss daily events with her. Chianna was taken to a shelter because she didn’t get along with the resident cat when her owner married. Her foster mom says that Chianna must be an ONLY CAT and have her owners attention to herself.
Chianna is a typical Bengal and quite the explorer. She will have a wonderful time in a new home as long as her people know Bengals and know they want to get into, and on top of, everything. If you're going to die of embarrassment if your Bengal sits on top of the fridge, be horrified if she jumps on the counters, or makes herself at home at the tip of the flat screen TV, well, a Bengal is not the breed for you.
Chianna is a lover. When she's not busy exploring every inch of the house she's going to want to sit with you or rub against you purring, and will need to follow you from room to room supervising your activities. After all, she does know best how things should be done. You can pick her up or sit and she will rub against you, but she may have other things to attend to and need to get moving right away when something catches her eye.
Chianna will come to you FELV/FIV negative, current on vaccinations, spayed and microchipped. She is litter box perfect and eats both dry and canned food. Chianna is fostered in Pleasanton.
Contact Karen at (925) 462-1608 or email@example.com if you have questions, or send an Adoption Application.