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 Post subject: Benji the Bengal
PostPosted: Fri Dec 21, 2018 6:17 pm 
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[font=Garamond Bold]Hi there from me, Dee and Benji (so original) my Bengal. Being a catlady I received a call about 3 weeks ago asking if I could rescue a Bengal. I already have 5 cats and really didn't want another and knew nothing about Bengals but this poor cat had been deliberately left in a flat when the owners moved out. It was only when the new occupants entered the flat they found him and swiftly kicked him out. He was then wondering around the apartment block for days. Anyway I had to do something and sent my adult son to the rescue. When I got home, it was love at first sight for both of us - within 20 minutes we had cuddles and he is adorable and so affectionate. It is always difficult introducing a new cat but we did the usual things and gradually he is now at home. I had to learn about his diet and quickly ordered some high meat content food. He will not touch Almo Nature so the other cats had a 24 can treat but thank goodness he likes Animonda Carny but I am trying others. I took him to the Mayhew to get checked out and to see if he's chipped. The chip company have tried to contact the "owners" because I wanted to make absolutely sure he belonged to them but so far, no contact, so lucky me and when I have more time I will read some suggestions about everything Bengal :biggrin:


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 Post subject: Re: Benji the Bengal
PostPosted: Sat Dec 22, 2018 11:28 pm 
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Bless you for rescuing this dear Bengal. I can't believe folks can just abandon a cat like that.

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 Post subject: Re: Benji the Bengal
PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2018 5:23 pm 
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Welcome to our forum and bless you for rescuing this baby. Unfortunately, this happens more than we realize -- people move out and leave the pet inside the vacant house. Locally, one dog was eating wood to survive until he was rescued. So sad.

But, now Benji has a loving family and it seems he has adjusted extremely well, especially when you have other kitties.

This forum has a lot of great information on life with a bengal kitty.


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