Hi, I am confused as to what to do with a beautiful brown spotted tabby Bengal cat that I found outside, when my friend was leaving and I caught him.
I have a silver spotted tabby Bengal cat so as soon as I saw this male running loose, I assumed he ran out of someone’s house.
I put him in my bathroom and gave him fresh water and food. He was very friendly once he got in the bathroom. He was rubbing on me, licking me and purring. I think he was just glad to be inside, because I doubt anyone would just let him run wild.
I love the way when a Bengal gets happy their middle streak on their back goes up. I’ve never seen it in any cats, but my male Banjo does it, and so does this one.
He is comfortable now, quiet and sleeping. Breaks my heart to think how afraid he must have been outside alone.
I have 3 cats here, myself, and of course they were by the bathroom door upsetting him, until I put a towel down by the door.
I will not let him go to the Humane Society. I want to reunite him with his human caretakers but would like to know how do I address that I found him in the advert, without people just claiming they are the owners?
Should I put, “Cat Found With Spots” and see who answers the advert?
I’m not sure how to address the ad and what information to put in it? Please help me, because I want to reunite this beautiful male to his owners.
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