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|Rescue Me ID: 15-07-09-00555Carnelia (female)|
Carnelia (or 'Nelia' as we call her) is a 6mo old F2 Bengal kitten. She is purebred and registered with TICA, she was born and raised here in my home. At 8wkd old Carnelia was diagnosed with a heart murmur, we have held onto her to see how this was going to impact her health. As it currently stands the murmur has not impacted her physical well-being but it is not likely she will outgrow it and the potential is there for it to go either way - she may never have any issues because of it, or she may have issues due to it later in life. If we didn't KNOW she had a murmur by having her frequently examined by our vet we would never guess it by looking at her, she is a bouncy wild and crazy F2 Bengal kitten and doesn't miss a beat. She was seen this past Tuesday 7/7/15 for a check up and a re-check of her heart and our vet said she's doing wonderfully aside from the fact her murmur has not changed and she's not likely to grow out of it by this age. Because of her murmur we do not feel comfortable selling Carnelia and instead are looking for an adoptive home for her. Carnelia would be best suited to a very quiet home with adults only, preferably an adult woman as her main caretaker. Being an F2 Bengal and 25% Asian leopard cat she is not like having a regular domestic cat, she is extremely high energy and is also picky about who she likes and what kind of handling can be done with her. She will take a little while to adjust to a new home and a new person, it is not going to happen over night and will take dedication on behalf of her new owner. Once she bonds to a person she doesn't much care for other people she doesn't know handling her. She does not like to be physically restrained or held for any amount of time - she is very sweet but it is on her terms and if she's approached to be picked up or held against her will she will wiggle away from people potentially scratching them in the process, she is also easily offended by unknown people trying to forcefully approach her and/or touch her and will retreat to a safe distance out of their reach. These are all common things for an early generation Bengal, they like who they like and once they form a bond with their human companion they don't typically want much to do with anyone else, that bond needs to be formed on the cat's terms and not forced. Food goes a long way with her! She is very food driven and warms up quickly if you have treats. Nelia loves to play in water, she enjoys anything that involves play time (feather teasers, a good game of fetch, stealing pens/pencils off the table or out of drawers and carrying them around in her mouth, playing in her water dish) - she is on the go allll the time with her crazy kitten antics. Even though she is beautiful she is not for the novice cat owner. I prefer an experienced exotic cat home for her. She does have absolutely perfect litter box habits. I am asking a $200 adoption fee to cover her spay surgery, she has had her booster shots but should not have anymore vaccines aside from Rabies. She had a horrible vaccine reaction at 12wks old and she almost died - she was in intensive care for about a week getting daily sub-q fluids and force feeding her after a long bout of vomiting/fever/diarrhea following her second FVRCP vaccination. Early generation bengals have a tendency to be vaccine sensitive. She is an indoor ONLY cat and needs to remain an indoor only cat. You will be required to sign a contract upon adoption agreeing to my terms of release to a new home. (Less)
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Bengal Cats can make good pets in Washington if they match your IifestyIe. The Bengal is a domesticated cat that resembles a small leopard. Bengal Cats are partially descended from wild cats, but have gentle temperaments like other domesticated cats. Bengal Cats are safe as pets if they are at least three generations removed from wild cats. Bengal Cats are prized for their interesting appearance.
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