Status / Details
Adopted by Bruce & Marla
Born August 1, 2017, M, Marble Bengal
Harley is just a kid. He is very much a growing boy, a teen ager. He is learning a mile a minute about life. This includes learning – as we all know teenagers need to learn – about manners. Harley is busy learning his manners. He is a super nice boy and friendly to humans even though they sometimes get in the way of what he wants (which is absolutely everything). Of course he has an amazing buns-of-steel athlete’s body.
He has so much energy coursing thru his young body. He wants to play and run and jump, explore, climb, investigate. He throws himself way up into the air to catch a feather. He is a macho kitty and needs a strong human to pal around with. He might be great with a large dog. I don’t know. He is not friendly to other kitties, or not entirely. He is getting better with them but he is not ready yet to be safe around them. He is a kid. Some might say a big strong male Bengal would help teach him how the world works. Maybe, but for now I am looking for cat free home for him.
It would also be good to select a home without young children. He needs to grow up some. He has a good heart and loving nature which shows especially when he is tired of playing. His characteristics are entirely appropriate for a young growing teenage Bengal boy. It is all good. It is also true that he is a lot of cat and his new family needs to want and be ready for his young energy.
Harley is a Marble Bengal. Most folks think of Bengals as being spotted, as having rosettes. There are also many Marble Bengals and they are as welcome in the show ring as the spotted ones. Marble Bengals have dramatic irregular patterns on both flanks and a stripped tail with a solid black tip. Harley is a gorgeous kitty. He comes to you neutered, vaccinated, and combo tested.
He eats wet and dry food and is litterbox perfect.
His foster mom is Harriet in Santa Cruz.
Contact Harriet at (831) 336-2983 or email: email@example.com if you have questions, or send an Adoption Application. If you are unable to reach Harriet by phone or email, email us at Info@purebredsplus.org.