Here are some of our amazing “graduates” from Bengal Rescue! Each cat comes to us with their own needs and wishes. We do our very best to match them with a loving family who will give them all the love and special care that they could ever ask for.
LeoLas Vegas, NV
Leo’s original Bio:
Leo is a handsome 7 year old Bengal. He can be shy with strangers, but once you show him that you’re trustworthy – he warms up and is very affectionate.
Leo is very active and very playful. He loves to chase feather toys and he’s best friends with his catnip kicker! He loves to run through his cat tunnels and is darling to watch.
His owner has shared with us that he has been on a Raw food diet his entire life. He can only go to a home who will continue feeding him Raw food.
Leo has been around other dogs and cats, and he had no issues with either.
He has been around babies and kids – in those situations, he smelled them and then went on his way. He didn’t seem to mind them.
Leo’s owner hates to let him go, but she is not home enough to give him the kind of attention that he so yearns. She realizes a more active home would be much better for Leo.
Atlas - November 10, 2020Syracuse, Utah
We never got the chance to post Atlas – he was adopted while in Foster! Check back here for more on his story, soon!
BB and Bella - October 25, 2020Santa Cruz, CA
Just adopted! Will update their beautiful success story soon!
BB and Bella are bonded 8 year old Bengals who are lost everything that they knew. Their beloved cat Dad just passed away and they are now losing their home.
BB and Bella are neutered and spayed. They had all their vaccinations up to the age of 1 year old. We’re not sure if they are microchipped but we will find out.
Both cats love to be around people they know, but they can be shy to warm up with strangers. They love to be petted, and really love to have their heads and chins scratched.
BB has recently decided he wants to be a lap cat, but only with those who give him lots of attention.
Bella has a sweet personality and just loves to hang out with her humans.
Both are typically vocal – BB especially when he needs you to give him his food or some treats. Bella on the other hand, likes to yell at her owner if she can see him outside, and they are separated.
BB’s job in the pair is as “head groomer,” for Bella. He dotes on her and makes sure she’s always clean and well-looked after.
BB and Bella have never been around dogs, so we don’t think a house with dogs would be the right match for them. They have only been around young children a few times, and they weren’t happy about it (they pretty much hid behind a chair). They lived in a Senior Living complex so they mostly were around adults and Seniors.
BB and Bella have a hard deadline for finding a home. They need to leave their home by October 25, as it is being sold.
Loverboy Leo and Gigi - October 25, 2020Denver, CO
Just adopted! Will update their beautiful success story soon!
Loverboy Leo and Gigi are a bonded pair. They are eight years old and they came from two different breeders in Colorado, 7 months apart from each other. The photo here is of Gigi – we can’t post both of their photos here unfortunately.
Loverboy Leo is 7 months younger than Gigi. He is the sweetest, kindest, most sensitive boy. He is surprisingly quiet for a Bengal. He loves to play and jump. He loves to lick his human’s toes when he wants to show affection. While he is definitely slow to warm up to strangers – once he does – the human is lucky, indeed.
Gigi is a very outgoing kitty who loves her human’s laps! She is an attention seeker, without doubt. She will choose your lap if you’re working on your computer, or if you’re settled in to watch TV. She loves to vocalize to get your attention, and she’s never met a stranger. Everyone loves Gigi!
Their family is heartbroken about the idea of re-homing them. But it is obvious that they are not happy with their expanding family. They are not happy to be living with children under the age of 5. Because Leo and Gigi are so deeply bonded, they cannot be separated.
We want to find them a loving home with no children under the age of 10. They have not been around dogs so we will not place them with dogs. They have not been around other cats. We think the ideal home would be a family that does not have other pets.
Luna - October 25, 2020San Tan Valley, AZ
Just adopted! Will update her beautiful success story soon!
Luna went home on October 25. We can’t wait to share her story here – her new Daddy loves her dearly!
Angus - October 18, 2020Herriman, UT
Angus is a handsome, lively and delightful 5 year old Bengal, who was picked up as a stray by Southern Utah Valley Animal Services. As his stray hold was ending, we were asked if we could rescue him because the owner had not been located. Of course we said yes!
Our fantastic Fosters who previously fostered Elowyn immediately stepped up to care for him, while we got to know him and see what kind of home would be best to match him with.
Immediately they noticed that he is a VERY confident cat. He loves comfy places to nap, being loved on, relaxing throughout the day, bird watching, roaming the house and being doted on. This boy is SOCIAL.
Here’s what he doesn’t like: belly rugs, being interrupted from a lively dream while napping, and being held after he’s already told you to stop.
His Fosters soon learned that Angus does NOT like other cats. He tolerates chill dogs, babies and small children (but we don’t think he’s thrilled about any of that).
After several meet and greets with potential adopters, Angus let everyone know that he does not want to go to a busy household. And then a miracle happened!
A lovely retired couple in Salt Lake City contacted us, interested in Angus. They haven’t had a cat for years and years, and the husband was allergy sensitive. They were told that Bengals can be easier on allergies, than most other cats, and they wanted to meet Angus and see if that was true. They came to visit that day, and the husband did not have an allergic reaction to Angus. They decided at that very moment, that Angus was the cat for them.
The moment they brought Angus home, he was the star of the show! He loves his new family and especially loves that they provide an environment that is well suited for his frequent naps. They think his personality is hilarious, and he thinks they’re pretty awesome.
We’re grateful for the support of our local Shelters, who do support breed-specific rescues. That gave us the opportunity, through his amazing Fosters, to really learn about Angus, so that we could find the perfect home. Angus – we’re so happy for you!
Jade - October 17, 2020Coos Bay, OR
Jade’s going home story is coming soon! (We’re waiting for her to meet her new doggie companion.)
Jade’s original Bio:
Jade is a beautiful, friendly, and playful 3 year old Bengal. She is front-paw declawed, spayed and up-to-date on her vaccinations. She has no known medical or behavioral issues.
Jade is outgoing and social! She gets along with other cats, and absolutely adores her two pit bull mix companions. She loves to play with them, and she sleeps in the same bed with them – or near them.
She’s not super fond of children – we’re guessing older children (10 and up) would be ok if they use proper handling techniques.
Jade is harness trained. She loves the outdoors, treats and even cuddling. She really enjoys playing with her toys, and especially when someone is playing with her. She could easily be clicker-trained, that’s how smart and outgoing she is.
Aelia - October 17, 2020El Cajon, CA
Aelia is a 10 year old Bengal who was taken to the El Cajon, CA shelter in early October. Her microchip was registered to a Breeder, who reached out to us to see if we might have a potential adopter for her (her program was full or she would have taken her in).
Immediately we identified a great Foster! This young lady is in the military; she has two other cats and was hoping to Foster to Adopt.
After several weeks of fostering Aelia, her foster family could see that Aelia was uncomfortable living around other cats. They reached out to their friends who had just moved into a brand new Apartment, where they would have no other pets. They heard about Aelia and came right over to meet her.
Aelia was warm and welcoming! She loved these new people and it was obvious that if this young couple was able to adopt her – it would be a terrific match. They went home, and approached their Landlord for permission to bring Aelia home – and the answer was yes. Several days later, they adopted Aelia and brought her home – she immediately settled in. From the very first night, she loved to sleep with her family, and enjoyed being the only cat in the home. She purred, cuddled and loved on her new humans!
We are so grateful for all of the people involved in Aelia’s story. Bengals do not do well in shelters and we’re so happy we were able to get her into a fantastic foster, and finally into her forever home. Congratulations Aelia!
Atty - October 14, 2020Orem, UT
Atty is a 12 year old female Bengal who was adopted by her family when she was six years old. Unfortunately, Atty did not enjoy living with the other cats in the home. Her owner knew that Atty wasn’t happy, and she really wanted to give her a chance to live a loving and happy life away from the stress that she was currently living in.
Because of her age, her owner knew it might take a little while to find her the right home – and she was willing to be patient. We had a lot of very young cats at the time, in our program. We worried that potential adopters would be more attracted to the 3 year olds and 5 year olds, but we pledged to do our very best for sweet Atty!
One day we received an inquiry from a very loving young woman. She was interested in adopting our bonded pair Aulani and Nermal. She worked for a Vet clinic and we could absolutely see what a wonderful adopter she would be. We reached out to her and let her know we would love to find a match for her; Aulani and Nermal would not be the right fit though – they were used to living in a very large home versus a small apartment.
We thought about this for a minute, and we asked her if she might consider Atty? Given that Atty doesn’t like other pets, and had to be crated a lot at her current home to keep her safe from the others, we thought an Apartment would feel like a mansion for her!
This special young woman saw Atty’s photo and immediately asked to meet her! We arranged a meet and greet and Abby was drawn to her like no one had ever seen. Her owner even remarked that these two seemed to be a match made in heaven! Plans were made, and Atty would be going home the next week.
From the moment that Atty arrived home, she was transformed. She loves being the only Queen in the home, and her new Mom is giving her everything she needs. What was once a shy cat, was now a happy, loving and confident cat. We’re over the moon for Atty and we’re so grateful that she found the absolute perfect home! This is without question, a huge success story that we will never stop celebrating!
Aulani and Nermal - October 5, 2020Park City, UT
Age: 3 and 8
In early July, we were contacted by the loving owner of a bonded pair, Aulani And Nermal. Aulani is a 3 year old purebred Bengal cat and her boyfriend Nermal is an 8 year old cat who we all think is a Norwegian Forest Cat.
Their owner sadly needed to re-home them because he was traveling too much for work and knew that they were home alone too much and needed more attention.
We worked hard posting Aulani and Nermal all over Facebook, Instagram and other online forums. Months went by and while we searched and searched for the right family – we were unsuccessful.
One morning an inquiry came in from a lovely retired couple who had no other pets, and they were very interested in adopting this pair. They went to meet Aulani And Nermal, and they absolutely could not resist bringing this wonderful pair home.
The moment Aulani And Nermal arrived at their new home, they were happy and immediately settled in. Their owners delighted at what a great match these two were, and how they turned their house into a home.
Koda - October 3, 2020Vernal, UT
Koda is a handsome, active 5 year old Bengal. His Mom had to travel a lot, and she felt terrible that he wasn’t getting the attention that he needed. He suffered from separation anxiety, to the point where he was pulling out his fur creating bald spots. The Vet checked him out and confirmed that it was anxiety.
Koda’s Mom reached out to us to see if we might be able to find a great match for Koda. She knew he would do a lot better if he had more consistent attention.
We searched and searched and searched for the right match for Koda. One day, a really terrific guy sent us an Application for Koda. Although he lived quite far away (12 hours by car), he told us he was a golf pro and we liked that he had the energy level to match Koda, and the fact that he was home a lot.
After three weeks of planning, Koda’s expectant new Dad drove from Tucson AZ to meet Koda’s owner in St. George Utah. Koda’s owner drove all the way from Vernal to St. George with Koda, stayed overnight in a hotel with him, and then met Koda’s new adopter the next morning, making the rest of the drive a lot shorter for everyone.
Koda’s new Dad was over the moon to meet him! They had fun on the drive home – Koda watched the landscape and didn’t even holler (lots of Bengals like to yell in the car…). When they got home, Koda immediately settled in, and his first move was to take a long nap in the new heated bed by the window, that his new Dad provided. These two are such a great match – we’re so happy for this new family and we’re grateful to Koda’s original owner for all that she did to give Koda such a beautiful future.
Mr. Tugg - September 30, 2020Alpine, CA
In early September we were contacted by a Bengal owner in San Diego who was desperate for our help. She had adopted a cat named Mr. Tugg from his original owner. After 4 months of sleepless nights, due to Mr. Tugg’s late night / early morning caterwauling, she could no longer keep him. She hoped we could find a home that could handle his middle of the night “operas.”
We began the search for Mr. Tugg’s new owner. We knew that an experienced Bengal home would be the best match for Mr. Tugg. Only a few days after we had posted him online, a wonderful couple submitted an application. They mentioned that they had adopted a Bengal from Jean Mill (legendary Bengal Breeder) many years ago. They even mentioned one of the things they loved about the Bengal breed is their excessive vocalization! We wondered if they were too good to be true?
After many discussions, we were convinced we’d found the perfect home for Tugg. We arranged for his new family to come and get him, and they were absolutely charmed by this special boy. As always, we checked in with his new owners to see how things were going. We asked if the vocalization was a problem? Tugg’s new owner said “We were expecting a loud Bengal… and he’s not loud at all!!” (It was almost as though they were a little disappointed!).
Tugg has settled in beautifully in his new home. He has two feline companions that he’s getting to know. He’s joining in at dinner time and is gently trying to engage with his new family members. Overall, they are getting along quite well. We are so glad that we were able to find a home for Tugg that had experience with Bengals, as well as with multiple cat introductions. They did everything right, and Tugg is home!
Keiko - September 5, 2020West Jordan, UT
Keiko is a 9 year old Bengal who was surrendered this July to Bengal Rescue in West Jordan, UT. We were contacted by Keiko’s owner who was desperate to find a wonderful home for her. He lost his home, his job, and was having to go in for knee surgery and move to his son’s home (where there were already cats and they couldn’t have another).
We got Keiko to one of our amazing Fosters and we looked forward to hearing more about her. Our Foster alerted us the very first night, that she had terrible sores on her mouth – they were obviously very painful. We immediately set up a Vet appointment to get her evaluated and treated. Not only did she suffer from those awful sores, she had ear mites too; she was not in good shape. The Vet believed that she was allergic to chicken. She was given steroids and antibiotics to clear up the painful sores and she was treated for her ear mites. We changed her diet and gave her time to decompress. Her Foster was delighted to see that right away, she was starting to feel better, starting to heal, and becoming very playful and affectionate.
Keiko is a gorgeous girl – but her age got in the way of us finding her a new home. So many people pass on older cats, even when they have so much love and so many more years to give (Bengals can live to be 18 or 20!). We searched and we searched and we searched, and no one (close) appeared.
Then we heard from Carol in New Mexico. Carol had experience with Bengals, and she really wanted Keiko! We looked into Air Transport with our partners SWATT and DART but it would require 2 flights to get her home. Carol didn’t want to put her through that. A week later, we made arrangements with Carol and she drove – by herself – 9 hours each way to come and get her! Boy is that commitment!
The first week or so Keiko would hide under the bed, when Carole would enter the room. Keiko had been through so much, and she didn’t know where she was or why. We gave Carol plenty of great tips and ideas to help them build a bond, and to encourage Keiko to trust. It’s been a month now, and Keiko is really starting to relax, trust, and settle in. She’s happy, she’s playful, and she wants to explore. Keiko knows that she’s home! Thank you Carol for having all the patience in the world for Keiko. We love the photos and video updates. It’s amazing to follow your beautiful journey!
Elowyn - September 3, 2020Herriman, UT
Elowyn is a 3 year old Bengal who was purchased from a breeder on KSL in Herriman, UT. When the family brought her home, they realized that she was far too unsocialized and shy, to fit in with their busy household (lots of adults, kids, dogs and cats). The family had helped rescue Bengals before, and they had recently started following Bengal Rescue’s launch on Facebook. They reached out to us to explain the situation, and asked if we might be able to help re-home Elowyn.
We met Elowyn and her family, and we loved them at first sight! The family agreed to become Fosters for Bengal Rescue, while we searched to find the right loving home for Elowyn.
We made sure to get her to the Vet to ensure she was healthy – and she was. Our Fosters brought her home and spent the next many weeks, working to socialize her and help her feel safe. At first she was simply terrified. Her “primary” Foster in the home though, was able to work with her one-on-one, to help her become more trusting of humans. When we met her we could see she really wanted to “connect” – her eye contact was soulful, for such a scared young Bengal. She soon allowed her “primary” to carry her. She was truly coming around.
Although we hoped to find an adopter nearby in Utah, we just didn’t identify any families who had experience with shy, withdrawn, unsocialized cats. So we waited. One day Jonnie in Kingman Arizona reached out to us. She had experience turning around cats like Elowyn! As much as we didn’t want to put her through a 9 hour car ride, we couldn’t deny that she was the right match for Elowyn. We made arrangements and on September 3, 2020, Jonnie drove all the way from Arizona to come and get her baby girl.
We gave her strict instructions – “put Elowyn in a room to decompress for the first few days.” But her adopter confessed when she got home, her friend thought it would be much better to go a different way… They opened the carrier in the main part of the house and Elowyn immediately bolted out and disappeared into the 16-piece sectional sofa!! They tried to get her out for hours, worried that she would be trapped or injured. She eventually came out, safe and unharmed; everyone was relieved. They would like our followers to know – please don’t do what they did ????????
Just a month later, Elowyn is already part of the family! She’s come so far! She doesn’t hide the way she used to. She has confidence. She loves exploring her forever home. She loves her new cat brother, and she lets her Mom give her loving strokes on her face and head. We are so proud of this beautiful new family! Elowyn has worked as hard as her Mom and brother have – she’s truly transformed!
Thank you to her fantastic Foster family, and to her Cat Mom Jonnie who wanted her so dearly. Success!
Peco - August 12, 2020West Jordan, UT
Peco (Pecosha) is a 2 1/2 year old Purebred Bengal cat, who was purchased from a Breeder by a woman who was 78 years old. She had many Bengals previously and didn’t think that little Peco would be too much to handle. Sadly, because she was easily susceptible to infection from cat scratches, she made the unfortunate decision to declaw little Peco.
Peco soon began urinating outside of the litter box. She was diagnosed with Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disorder. Peco’s Veterinarian wanted her owner to treat her daily with Transdermal Amitriptyline. The owner agreed to try – but was unable to medicate Peco.
At this point the family collectively decided to support the idea of helping Peco find a new home. We hoped her new family would be able to provide the right environment, keep up with her, and handle medicating as needed. Together, we started looking for Peco’s love match in March of 2020. Months went by. We posted, and posted and posted some more while Bengal Rescue was being established, and while we awaited our non-profit IRS approval.
None of the applicants who stepped forward, could provide the right environment for Peco. Peco needed to be in a home with no other pets, where she could be the center of attention, while doing things exactly the way she wanted to – with no pressure. We wanted a home where Peco could be Peco, and she would be loved just by being herself!
A few weeks later – a wonderful couple stepped forward. They had owned a Bengal before, and they were retired and had a huge home to offer her, with no other pets or children. They were super excited to meet her and hoped dearly that we would match them with Peco. After doing lots of diligence and checking references – we knew that this was the family for Peco! She went home last night, and first thing this AM we received this amazing photo of Peco, already settling in. We’re absolutely thrilled!
Sometimes it takes a lot of patience, and a ton of effort to find the right family for that specific cat. 5 months is a long time to search for the right family for such a young cat! We hope all of our applicants who apply and are not picked, understand that it’s only because it wasn’t the right match for Peco. We do our very best to match the right cats to the right humans and homes.
Pluto - August 12, 2020San Diego, CA
On June 1st, we were contacted by a family who had a gorgeous Bengal boy named Pluto. They loved him dearly, but his owner was constantly traveling and they knew that he was lonely, and in need of a family who could give him more love and time.
Pluto is only four-years-old. We were sure it would be easy to find a great home for him! He was living in Napa CA with his owner at the time. We were made aware that he did have a slight heart condition, and we talked with his Vet and consulted with a few other Vets to try to determine how severe his condition was. All of the Vets we spoke with told us it was not a severe case, and that he should be able to live a long and healthy life.
We began to start posting Pluto on all the big Bengal Rescue groups – and even on all the General Bengal Groups on Facebook. Weeks went by. We received very few applications for this gorgeous boy. We were rather stumped! Pluto’s owner was soon planning to come back to Los Angeles where they normally lived (they had been sheltering in place in Napa for quite a few months). We were hopeful that with the location change, Pluto would be more “accessible” to a greater pool of Bengal lovers.
A few weeks after Pluto arrived in Los Angeles, the most PERFECT family appeared! They lived in San Diego and they fell in love with him at first sight. The potential adopters are a married couple, they own a lovely home, and the male applicant is even a Psychologist! They have no children, no other pets, and they were prepared for whatever may come. They drove to meet Pluto and it was a resounding love match! They planned to go return home, get all of the right living comforts for Pluto, and then they would come back the following week to get him. They signed their adoption agreement – Pluto was going home.
The next week they brought Pluto home – and it was one of the best days of their lives! Pluto was dearly wanted, and his original family loved his new adopters. Since that day we’ve received so many great photos and updates on Pluto. We love that! We’re so grateful to Pluto’s original owners for reaching out to us, and letting us help find them the PERFECT home for Pluto. Sometimes it just takes a little time for the right family to find them. Congratulations Pluto!
Mulder and Scully - July 18, 2020Eldersburg, MD
Mulder is a 9-year old Bengal and his sister, Scully is a beautiful blue-eyed Snow Bengal. Mulder and Scully were born in Benoni, South Africa (same place as Charlize Theron, no relation) and moved to the U.S with their adopted parents in 2012. Unfortunately, their parents were relocated again, this time to Asia and were unable to bring them to their new post, so they called us to see if we could help them find a home.
The very next day after we posted them (and they needed to be re-homed immediately!) a wonderful woman who had Bengals previously, reached out to us to let us know that she would love to adopt them!
Mulder and Scully blended right in – and even got their very own young lady to love them! We were so grateful that we could help their owner out of this terrible bind, and find them the most perfect family to love them forever.
Enzo and Niko - July 7, 2020Diamond Bar, CA
Enzo is a Bengal and Niko his buddy is an Egyptian Mau. We were contacted by their owners this summer who needed to re-home them being too busy to care for them as well as their outside dogs (they had already been re-homed once by the original owner).
We searched for the right family who would have the time to dedicate to these young cats. Although bonded pairs are usually less work than a single cat (they do a good job keeping each other company), we hoped to find a loving family who would cherish them – together.
After receiving over 30 applications, we found the perfect family and Enzo and Niko went home!
Here’s what their new owner has to say:
“I was looking for a Bengal cat for a while, and have always gotten my pets from rescue (including our current dog). I really only wanted one cat but when I saw Niko and Enzo I couldn’t help but fall in love!
I brought them home and they were scared and hid under my bed for nearly a month. Enzo even managed to get himself stuck in one of our bathroom drawers! After they finally began to settle in and get used to the routine of the house, they became more confident and trusting. They now have absolute free roam of the house.
Enzo and Niko go to sleep with my kids, but when it’s time for me to go to bed – there’s Niko, ready to cuddle with me. Niko loves to hiss at the dog (for no reason – he’s a mellow dog!), and Enzo likes to play with the dog.
Overall, the boys are now very very happy, they are healthy, and I’m so very glad I made the decision to adopt a bonded pair like Enzo and Neko. Two are definitely not harder than one! They keep each other company, groom each other, and have each other to lean on. We love these boys dearly!”
Nala - July 11, 2020Salt Lake City, UT
Meet Nala, our very first Rescue Bengal!
Nala is a nine-year old Bengal cat that was surrendered by her owners to the Humane Society of Utah (HSU) for litter box avoidance.
Prior to surrendering her, her family took her to their Veterinarian often, for issues related to Urinary Tract Infections. They were dumbfounded about what to do. Meanwhile, Nala – who is the sweetest girl ever – well she suffered. The Veterinarian didn’t record what they were feeding her, but we suspect that she was living entirely on a dry food diet – something that is so against the nature of any cat (cats are obligate carnivores – learn more at https://live-bengal.pantheonsite.io/resources/feeding-your-cat/)
Nala went straight to Foster, with a woman who has tremendous success in resolving litter box issues.
Because Nala was front-paw declawed, her Foster made sure she had a very soft litter that would not hurt her feet. She was clearly suffering from allergies (her fur was matted, she had patches of fur coming out, she had crusty ears – poor dear!). Her Foster Mom put her on a Raw food diet, and attended to her every need. It took a few days, but Nala finally decided that Raw food was going to heal her so she finally ate. She also decided that her water fountain was AMAZING! Soon she began playing with all of her toys, like a kitten. She got so excited, she absolutely decimated her YEOWWW! Cigar catnip toy, flinging catnip in the air. She was definitely healing.
It took ONLY a few days for Nala to transform. Her Foster Mom reported that on and after the third day, she would chirp loudly every time that she was visited (and that was many many times a day, despite the fact that she was visited for hours at a time). After many brushings and finally a bath, which was needed to help her get back to her glitter coat, she became shiny, happy and proud.
Bengal Rescue spent nearly $1,000 in medical for Nala, to make sure we had current test results. We wanted to make sure her adopter knew EVERYTHING about her. But most of all, we wanted to make sure she was safe and healthy.
During one final Veterinary visit, our Veterinarian noticed something interesting about her eyes, but wasn’t sure exactly what was wrong. We are fortunate to have a local Eyecare for Animals clinic – so we made sure to make an appointment with her to be seen by a Specialist.
Nala had already been spoken for – she was ready to go home – but her new adopter did not have access to a clinic like this, in her entire State. So we took her to the specialist – and then received very upsetting news. Nala had Glaucoma.
At this point, we were sure that the adoption would be off, and that Nala might have a very uncertain future. But here’s the surprise – the Adopter we picked was SO special – she did not change her mind one bit! She told us that she was still coming. And a few days later – she drove 7 hours one way to get her, stayed in a hotel, picked her up and drove her home the next day.
What Nala experienced in Foster was absolutely typical of every single cat we’ve ever rescued. With changes in food, litter, and proper medical oversight – these cases are always solvable.
Thank you Nala for being such a huge success story – and helping us launch our rescue! We love you dearly!