We have two adult female Bengal cats that are available now to go to a new family. They are both brown spotted with lovely rosettes, soft coats, super sweet personalities and are very playful. The first photo is of Maia. She is so gentle she will eat right out of your hand.
The other Bengal cat is Sophi. Sophi appears to be very laid back in the photo but when someone wants to play she becomes the leader of the group! This is Sophi’s sweet face.
If you have always wanted a Bengal cat but was not sure it would be family friendly, these girls fit the bill. Contact us now by filling out our Priority Request form and submit it to inquire about one or both of these girls.
One of our Bengal families needs to re-home their two beautiful brown spotted rosetted female Bengal cats. They are spayed, current with vaccines, de-wormed, FeLV and FIV negative, healthy and do not have litter box issues. They are litter mate sisters and have always been together. We would like them re-homed as a pair. More photos and information is available on our website at: https://adorecatsbengals.com/
Their names are Adore Cats Sophi and Adore Cats Maia. In the photo below, Sophi is on the left and Maia is on the right.
Sometimes when good things happen you need just the right moment to spring it on your family, friends, etc. This is one of those moments. We have had a few things under wraps for a while, but now –
one of the cats (or more accurately, kittens) is out of the bag :-). Introducing Adore Cats Atria! She is our newest seal lynx point spotted kitten that we are keeping as a future queen. She has huge, lovely rosettes and bright blue eyes. She is confident, brave and fiesty!
Did you know that there are veterinary cardiac specialists who can test your cat for heart disease? Ask your general practitioner veterinarian if there is cause for concern for your cat. Does your vet. hear a heart murmur or something else that is unusual? Ask if he/she recommends that you see a cardiac specialist for further evaluation. If it is necessary, your vet. should be able to refer you to a Board Certified veterinary heart specialist in your area. Not all heart conditions are curable but many are treatable. It is better to be safe than sorry.