Status / Details

2022, Adopted

Additional Info

About Doja

Born 12/24/2019, F, Bengal (brown and tan)

Doja a female Bengal is ready for adoption. Doja is confident, curious, spirited and always ready for engagement with her human. Her interests range from showering and cooking to eating and lap time. She especially loves slipping under a blanket and curling up on your legs during TV time and morning zoomies . As most living beings, she requires a bit of time to develop trust; with trust comes bonding. She’ll thrive best with someone that can devote time to her and not leave her alone for long periods (typical Bengal). She likes other cats as long as they respect her space and boundaries. She’ll take a pass on dogs but greets human strangers with her big eyes and a sniff. She’s a fantastic little girl. Hard to fathom that the breeder (previous owner) wanted her euthanized at 18 months rather than pay for the life saving surgery for Pyometra. Purebreds Plus Cat Rescue stepped in to save her life and now she needs her forever home.

​-2 yr old
​-healthy, current vet records, UTD on vaccines, tested, dewormed and microchipped
​-NO litter box issues
​-raw diet
​-cat experience required (Bengal experience a bonus)
​-no small children (10 years and older with pet experience and compassion)
All applications go through
Attn. Doja the Bengal/Susan Leroy

Doja is spayed, vaccinated, FELV tested, dewormed, microchipped, eats wet food, and is litterbox perfect.

She currently lives with her foster family in San Francisco.

Purebreds Plus Cat Rescue is dedicated to matching exceptional cats with qualified adopters who will cherish their pet and create an ideal forever home.

If you believe you are the perfect adopter for Doja please tell us why in the comments section of our Adoption Application, and contact Susan LeRoy at or (805) 637-0632. If you are unable to reach Susan LeRoy please email us at

NOTE: We prefer families with children bring them to the adoption appointment. Why? This allows interaction between the children and the cat. This helps ensure they will be a good fit for each other. A mismatch between a child and a cat is not in anyone’s best interests!