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Bengal Cats For Adoption Near You – Rehome Adopt a Bengal Cat or Kitten


 Rehome or Adopt a Bengal Cat or Kitten


Have you been searching for Bengal Cats for adoption near you?  Pet Adoptions Network helps owners find good homes for pre-loved Bengal cats and kittens throughout the USA and Canada. Bengals are considered to be hypoallergenic cats due to not grooming themselves as often as other breeds of cat. This results in less of the allergen found in a cat’s saliva being deposited on the coat, and subsequently leaving this substance on furniture, carpets and other home surfaces.

Our private Bengal cat rehoming process offered by friendly, helpful and very empathetic adoption counsellors, helps replace heartache with hope, and worry with peace of mind for cat owners faced with this gut-wrenching need to rehome their cat.


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Bengal Cats For Adoption Near You


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Pet Adoption Waiting List Request Form

If you would like to be placed on our waiting list for notification when suitable pets are placed for rehoming with our service, please fill out the form below.

Please provide as much information as possible. This form is not intended to be intrusive, but ensures the safety and peace of mind of the families who have placed their trust in us to safely rehome their pets.

These families will be inviting potential adopters into their homes, so we must take careful measures to ensure their security by carefully screening potential adopters. Thank you for your understanding.

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Your Contact Information:

Date of Birth:


Are you able to receive text messages on this number?

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Are you willing to consider pets that are not in your immediate location? If yes, how far are you willing to travel to adopt the right pet?

Do you:

If you are renting, does your landlord allow pets?

Do you have a securely fenced yard?

Are all members of your family in agreement about your decision to adopt a pet?

Does anyone in the home have pet allergies?

Have you ever surrendered a pet to a shelter or rescue, or given away a pet?

Your pet's current family may want to keep in touch. Are you OK with this?

Our pet rehoming staff will contact you periodically for a year following adoption to ensure this pet's well-being. Are you OK with this?

Please provide 2 references that we can call. These should be people who know you well and can verify that you are responsible, knowledgeable and able to provide a loving, forever home for this pet. The first reference should be a veterinarian or other pet care professional.

Please provide the name and contact information for your current or previous veterinarian.

Please provide the name and contact information for someone who knows you well and can assure us of your ability to provide a good home for a pet.

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Pair of adorable bengal kittens


We are here for you. Please reach out to our staff for a no-obligation consultation by phone, text or email.  We will be happy to offer advice and support, answer any questions, and give you a shoulder to lean on.

Shelters and Rescues are not the answer for your precious cat or kitten. Placing your cat on your own includes many risks to you and your cat’s safety and well-being.

Learn all about our proven Bengal cat rehoming process here.





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About the Bengal Cat Breed

The Bengal cat is a domesticated cat breed created from hybrids of domestic cats, especially the spotted Egyptian Mau, with the Asian leopard cat. The breed name comes from the leopard cat’s taxonomic name. Wikipedia

TICA: standard
Foundation bloodstock: Egyptian Mau, Abyssinian, and others (domestic); Asian leopard cat (wild)

Is a Bengal cat or kitten the right breed of cat for you and your family? If you are looking for a cat that is more fun than a barrel full of monkeys, this is the one. Bengal cats are outgoing, inquisitive, goofy, athletic, very playful and highly entertaining. This breed is also considered to be  hypoallergenic and a good choice for cat lovers with allergies.

Pair of cute bengal kittensBengal Cat History:

The origins of the Bengal Cat stem from the first pairing of a wild Asian Leopard Cat, a small, forest-dwelling cat found in Asia and India, and a domesticated cat, which occurred more that 35 years ago. The Bengal cat has since purred it’s way into the hearts and homes of cat fanciers world wide, and is currently one of the most popular cat breeds. The exotic beauty, affectionate nature and intelligence of the Bengal cat has since inspired many other hybrid cat breeds, including the Savannah cat.

Bengal Cat Appearance:

The Bengal cat has a gorgeous, shiny camouflage coat, perky, attentive ears, amazing physical prowess and an extremely high level of intelligence.

Bengal Cat Personality:

Bengal cats are playful, laid-back, affectionate, curious and almost dog-like. They can be trained to walk on a leash and many of them actually like water! If you’re an apartment dweller, and have your heart set on a dog, but not enough room, a Bengal is the next best choice. Bengals make fun, affectionate, wonderful pets and are great with children, dogs and other animals. Bengal cats are addictive! Like potato chips, it’s hard to stop at just one.

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