Meet Tas. Or Cuddles.
We can keep talking about whatever it is we are currently talking about, but I got some pics of the Cuddly Tas and thought I would share them. I'll have to meet him to know his name, but Tas seems good. As in Tasmanian Devil (Love those guys, no idea why) or Cuddles, which I also like.
His current name is, sadly, Leo. And he is currently hiding somewhere is his temporary foster home, having escaped, somehow, from his cage. Poor scared Kitty....
I saw the release forms on him. His first owner was apparently, abusive, and not at all a good home. His second (or third, it's not clear) is convinced he is an ALC, not an F1. I don't think he is, you need serious permits and such to own one of those, including two years of zoo experience. They aren't running around, and he is definitely Bengal. And definitely early generation.
And definately not happy. Poor guy.
I am waiting to hear from the women who is adopting my Girls. Now her girls, she loved the post, by the way, made her SO happy! I am hoping we can move the pickup date ahead so I can get this guy.
Early generation Male Bengals are sterile. So they need homes, and they are lovely, but having experienced F4 Bengals, I can say the general cat lover is not up to handling an F1. You must adapt your home and life to them, they aren't going to change for you. You can't change them and have to be so in tune with them and what they are feeling, and needing.
Venus is still freaky, Hans was over today and Doing Things in the Romance Room and Foster Room. She hid while he was here, but is now prowling and pacing all aroud the Romance Room, as there are a couple new things in it, and sounds of the fosters walking on the plastic. She Does Not Like It. And the fosters are leaping from throw rug to throw rug in an attempt to avoid the plastic and are hanging on the top of the cat tree. These cats like things as they are, and do not like change.
This will be an adventure, like no other. I am certain of it.
Love and Wildcats,