Bengal Cat Association
Rehoming Cats & Kittens: UK Wide
Wades was adopted from Cat Chat in January 2021  this is what his current care givers have told us about him.
Wade was in a car collision April 2020 at his previous owners. He had his spine realigned and has lost the feeling in the tip of his tail. He made a full recovery and our vet looked him over as soon as he joined us. Not on any medication.

Wade has behavioural issues which is unfortunately why we have made the decision for him to be re homed.
Recently he loves drinking out of the tap so we have A water fountain. 
Chasing us up the stairs( in a friendly way) into  the bathroom and sits on the side of the sink waiting for us to turn on the tap.
 He likes the bath water too but not so keen on getting his paws wet. 
Likes walking over my husbands desk while he’s working. Wade now has a blanket behind his keyboard to sleep on. 
Likes being on top of the kitchen units and on top of our wardrobe which has open box of clothes and is now another sleeping spot. 
Loves catnip toys and feather fish wand especially in garden with lots of space. 
He’s not one for laying in our arms and will occasionally  sit on our laps but only under his terms. Does also jump up on arm of chair , walk on my lap and bite my arm quite viciously and as far as I see , for no particular reason. Has drawn blood on occasions and my husband has had to distract and remove him off me a few times as he’s been  vicious and aggressive. 
Other times he’ll knead and lay down Just very unpredictable. 
He will attack us and go for our ankles when we walk /work in the garden but also enjoys knowing what we’re up to out there and sits nearby us there.  Also enjoys sitting with my husband in the shed. 
Will only eat dry Canin food not tinned. 
Being told off. 
Scratching furniture- if you say no , sometimes he’ll launch himself and bite. 
I unintentionally shut him out of a room while I was on a call once and he went downstairs and bit my husband with frustration. 
Doesn’t seem worried by noises. He’ll be on the bed while I use my hairdryer. 
He’s not very vocal for a Bengal just a gentle meow. 
It’s been such a difficult decision
but also feel we are doing the right thing. Please contact me with any further questions 

Full behaviour support from the BCA will be provided with any potential adopting care giver

Location- Woking in Surrey
£100 rehoming  donation fee applies going to the BCA welfare fund

please contact his owners directly on [email protected]
  • Status:Needs Home
  • Gender: Male
  • Fur colour:Brown
  • Fur length:Shorthaired
  • Breed: Bengal
  • Age(When Added):4 Year(s) Old
  • Neutered/Spayed:Neutered
  • Indoor/OutdoorAccess to Outdoors
  • Can live with children: No
  • Can live with dogs: Not Sure
  • Can live with other cats: Not Sure
When contacting us, please mention that you found us through our Cat Chat Homing Page - thank you!