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Surrendering Your Bengal:


Bengal Cat Rescue is not taking any more cats in at the present time. We recommend that you:

Contact your breeder and ask for assistance.
A reputable breeder will take back their own cats, and would rather do that than see them in rescue.

Speak to the breed club your breeder is a member of and see if another member can help if they won't (and report this to the club).

Contact the Bengal Cat Club and the Ocicat and Bengal Cat Club to see if they can help you.

There are several Bengal forums online where people are often looking to adopt.  Please check out a home very carefully as it is not unheard of for cats to be obtained free or very cheap and then be sold on for profit.

Neuter your cat before rehoming,

Do not pass on pedigree paperwork, microchip certificates or other documentation until your cat has been in its new home at least 3 months and you have been to check it is safe.

We will offer you advice on other organisations who maybe able to help. These will often having waiting lists so you will need to be patient.

PLEASE NOTE THAT MOST BENGALS ARE SURRENDERED DUE TO BEHAVIOUR PROBLEMS WHICH CAN USUALLY BE SOLVED. GET HELP BEFORE GIVING UP YOUR CAT.


See the website of Debbie Connolly, our behaviour consultant.  Basic behaviour advice pack: Aggression with cats, aggression with humans, toiletting, games for your cat and how to deal with a roaming cat being encouraged by neighbours.        3.99 to buy or free to behaviour clients, see the SafePets Website, click on the logo to go to the site.

Did you know that Bengal Cat Rescue offers behavioural help that, if followed, will often mean you can keep your Bengal!

Behaviour therapy is NOT free but you can call for an opinion as to what options may be available and if your cat could be helped to stay with you. Please contact Debbie for more info

See the Behaviour advice page