We recommend homing Bengal kittens in pairs for companionship. These two pairs are good examples of how homing with a bonded sibling helps them to settle.
Oberyn & Myrcella have settled in fantastically to their new home with Liz and family.
The kittens (or terrorists as they are now known) are doing really well, certainly come out of their shells! Showing lots of interest in water which doesn’t make for relaxing bath times but they are absolutely hilarious!
Whilst Drago settled straight away with Michala and family, Khaleesi took a little longer, but her brother was a great help in the process.
Drago got out of the travel box purring and hasn’t stopped its like he’s been here a week. Khaleesi was more nervous but is happily snuggled up with her brother sleeping now. They are just adorable we love them.
I hope you are well. We wanted to update you on Nova, how he has settled in and his neutering.
He’s been absolutely adorable from the moment we left with him, purring even whilst in the carrier in the car! He’s just always so happy and affectionate. He’s also amazingly intelligent, we’ve trained him to respond to clicks and thigh slaps. He’s been the alpha here over the two girls from the moment he arrived, it took a while but now they often lay together and groom eachother though one he quite likes to have a 3am stampede with!
He loves water, lap cuddles, his paws stroked, very often he lets me carry him around the house like a baby! It is quite unusual but I think a reflection of the amount of time we give him. He is our alarm clock , 7:30 cuddles, and greets us at the door with meows and head bumps. He’s added so much to our lives.
Karli is doing really well, she’s crazy and confident and gorgeous and snuggly. Love her!
I registered her at the vets yesterday. And she seems to be getting on ok with Cici too.
Just to let you know that Misty is settling in really well. She is doing great, getting on really well with our other Bengal ( kitty).
Lumi took a few days to settle (as is normal for kittens) but is doing really well now.
She was very nervous the first night if I’m honest, spent the first 24 hours under the bed, not shaking or anything like that…if we put our hand under she would be all over us, rolling around and wanting a fuss, it’s just she seemed to want the security of a roof over her head.
The other cats don’t bother her, she’s getting used to the children and took to the harness straight away, we weren’t going to start that so soon but she seemed very keen to get outside once she discovered the windows. She went for her first brief trip outside in the back garden this afternoon on the harness and lead, and she was absolutely fine! Rolling around, playing and smelling everything, bless her.
We are very in love with her 🙂
Here are a couple of emails and some photos from the new owners of our last litter of hooligans!
Just to let you know the kittens are settling in really well! They are getting used to all of us, and getting much more confident with the children who all adore them and play really nicely with them. The cat tree is brilliant as they can escape up it when it all gets a bit much! We’re gradually opening up different parts of the house for them to explore which they are enjoying.
We’ve called them Luna (blue spotted) and Jupiter (marble).
I’m sure they’ve grown already and Jupiter has definitely filled out a bit. They both eating really well though and using their litter tray brilliantly.
Hope you’re not missing them all too much!
I hope you are well. I just wanted to send you a couple of pictures of little (not so little) Noah Baloo.
He has settled in really well, and my girls adore him, and vice versa. He is a playful little character and so far – touch wood – hasn’t been too mischievous. We decided to call him Noah Baloo, with a little reference to his father.
He has now been microchipped, and all is well. We will keep you posted over the coming months on his wellbeing.
Take care, and all the best,
I have been a bit lax of late adding feedback from our kitten’s new owners, so here are a few emails showing how well our babies settle in.
Just thought I would keep you updated with unicorn 🙂
She has settled in great and non stops purrs. Her personality is starting to come out now as I think she feels more confident and settled with her new home. The kids love her to pieces and she is fantastic with them – she’s my little baby and we get our time with cuddles when the kids are in bed – she just purrs away bless her 🙂
Hope all is well 🙂 and I’ll keep in touch xx
Just touching base to let you know that Pixie (now Kike) has settled in really well. She didn’t seem at all phased by the journey and new home and was purring,playing & eating straight away. Our other cat, Duma, is behaving like a stroppy teenager – she went straight up to him purring but he’s still a bit unsure. He sits and watches her a lot & I don’t think it will be long before they are tearing around!
Went to vets today & all fine. They won’t spay her until 6 months so will be in touch once this has been done.
Thank you for letting us take her – she has already made herself part of the family. Only problem is she’s a terrible time waster! She’s sitting on my lap purring away as I write this – one very contented kitten!
Thank you again and will keep you posted.
just to let you know our little girl has settled well and is now playing with all her new little friends, we cannot decide whether to call her Ocean or Blue Velvet. She is very confident & affectionate and loves Paul! Thank you so much, she is a lovely addition to our house and already it seems like she has always been here.
Best Wishes Frances xx
The following email is from a couple who adopted one of our retired queens, I am so pleased that she has settled so well 🙂
Just thought since it’s been a while we’d let you know how Jazzy is getting on, and the answer is, fantastically! She’s just getting used to a collar at the moment, with a bell on, since she kept bringing in live birds to us! We think she’s trying to teach Katy how to hunt, since the bird’s are alive when she brings them in. It’s so cute watching her take them inside (but annoying to get them off of her!).
She and Chuck play fight a lot, sometimes it goes a bit too far with Jazzy usually being the one that hisses and tells him to leave her alone (women’s prerogative Katy says!) but they get on well, they even sleep on the same bed now, which is a huuuuuge step forward for them. They nose-kiss happily, almost every day. Next step, them curled up together grooming each other – hopefully! 🙂
And just to let you know, we haven’t changed her microchip details yet, because Petlog took a long time to get back to us with the form to change the details (even though they’ve now put it on their website – we couldn’t find it prior to our emails though) – we definitely will be doing this at the end of the month (as that’s when we get money this month), and were wondering, can we keep you as the emergency contact? Since you’ve owned her previously and know her and are an experienced Bengal cat owner?
Thanks once again for letting us have Jazzy, she has slotted in quite nicely to our family home and is an excellent addition. We both love her to pieces, she is adorable.
Our cats and kittens enjoy eating whole prey such as Day Old Chicks or Mice as part of their diet. We understand that it isn’t for everybody, but it is a cheap, nutritious and natural way to feed them. For more information please visit our diet and nutrition page http://www.asuracats.co.uk/bengal-cats/diet/
Here is a video of a few of our kittens enjoying Day Old Chicks.
We are pleased to announce negative results for Tritrichomonas foetus infection (also known as TF or Tri-Trich) in our cattery. Tritrichomonas foetus infection is a parasite that causes diarrhoea in cats and is particularly dangerous in young kittens. Even though our cats have had no symptoms, it can be symptom free and so we have tested as part of our health screening. Read more about it here http://www.langfordvets.co.uk/lab_pcr_tritri.htm