My story (so far...)
Hi – how are you doing? My name is Ted, and as you might be able to tell from my photos, I’m a Bengal Cross. That’s as opposed to being a Cross Bengal. HAHAHAhaaaa. That’s a little joke for all you Bengal devotees out there. Anyway…
I was in the rescue centre for a few weeks but I really wasn’t a fan - you can probably work that out from the photos. Luckily for me I’m now in foster care, which is great for the short term, but obviously I’m looking for a forever home as soon as possible please.
I’m a very affectionate boy once you get to know me, but like most Bengals I’m very self-sufficient and like things on my own terms. I’ll let you know when I’m up for a cuddle and some pets…but I’ll also let you know when it’s time to give all that a rest. Hey – look, we’re basically small tigers after all. Remember how the one that “Came to Tea” took what he wanted, then disappeared when he’d had enough? Pretty much that, although without all that “Drinking all Daddy’s beer” malarkey, which doesn’t sound remotely sensible for a kitty.
I’m fine around all fully and mostly grown up humans once we’ve been formally introduced, but not young ones please. Tiny humans do tend to get a bit “handsy”, and picking me up when I don’t want it is off the menu, unless you want it delivered with a side order of “nope”. I might be ok around confident cats or other Bengals, and I can hold my own around dogs, provided they all know not to get all up in my grill.
If you are looking for a gorgeous, loving, but very independent boy to share your life, without a need for a lot of that “cuddling up on my lap” stuff, we could be a perfect match.
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Can live with children?
Can live with other cats?
Can live with dogs?
Could you be my forever human?
Thank you so much for reading my profile.
If you think you might be able to offer me my forever home, please fill out the adoption form and one of the Friends of Felines team will get back to you as soon as possible.
Lots of love and happy chirps,