Adopted by Denell & Robert
Purebreds Plus Cat Rescue is helping facilitate the adoption of this cat. We take no responsibility for the health and medical records of this cat. It is the responsibility of the owner and adopter to discuss this. Rocky is not in a Purebreds Plus Cat Rescue foster home but residing with his current owner in Issaquah WA. Find out more about Courtesy Post Cats here.
Born 9/8/2013, M, Brown Spotted Tabby Purebred Bengal
Rocky is a small and spunky, gorgeous brown spotted Bengal overflowing with personality. His family met him as a kitten and he was absolutely the pick of the litter! Rocky has a cute little face, lovely silky rosetted coat, and is almost always purring. Unlike most cats, he is super outgoing and loves attention. He’s incredibly friendly, he loves meeting new people and animals, and is full of curiosity.
Rocky is great both indoors and outdoors. Outdoors, he is a little unsure how to walk on a leash, but let him free and he will run around like a small dog. Like his buddy Tigger, he loves to roam around the neighborhood but will never stray too far from home. He will also follow his people on long walks, meowing and bounding ahead with excitement. Indoors, Rocky likes to explore and play games, like hide and seek. He will play with almost anything, and loves to jump and chase toys. He also loves to lounge around or nap with his people or in one of his favorite sleeping spots.
Rocky is a sweet and gentle cat but very playful. He has an incredibly unique, happy, and lively personality. He will wrestle with your hand or foot, but only in play and will never bite or scratch out of aggression. He is quite talkative and will greet you excitedly with a bright, chirping meow. He absolutely loves attention and will purr endlessly when you pet him. He is definitely a lap cat and will seek out a place on you to cuddle up when you’re sitting on a chair or lying in bed. He even likes being picked up and held gently when he’s in a cuddly mood.
Rocky is bonded to their older Bengal, Tigger, and they have been together since he was a kitten. Although he is smaller, Rocky is definitely the more outgoing one of the pair. Their current family would really prefer that Rocky and Tigger are adopted as a pair. Rocky is also great with friendly dogs and children. He has been buddies with their small Terrier since he was a kitten and gets along great with their young toddler as well.
Rocky has great litterbox habits. He has even been quick to learn where his box is when we relocated it or have moved to a new home.
Please note that Rocky is not in a Purebreds Plus Cat Rescue foster home but residing with his current owner in Issaquah WA while being placed in his permanent home.