Click on the links below for more details of Bengals needing forever homes. Always check with your local rescue centres too if they have Bengal cats that need adopting. If you are a rescue centre and would like to have a listing on this page (no charges apply), please contact us.
Bengal Rescue Australia is a non-profit organization working with registered breeders as well as the pubIic to re-home Bengal cats and reduce the burden on shelters Australia-wide.
A non-profit Bengal Cat Rescue within the Great Lakes region serving the following states: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio and Wisconsin. In need of foster homes, volunteers, and of course, loving homes for our cats.
United States and Canada
An all volunteer organization: members are active Bengal enthusiasts, who truly care about the health, welfare and happiness of the Bengal breed. The “Network” is a place for rescuers, foster caregivers, and adopters to exchange ideas, discuss needs, and assist in re-homing Bengal cats.
Battersea Dogs & Cats Home rescues and rehomes lost, abandoned and unwanted dogs and cats. The charity aims to take in any animal which needs its help and look after them until new homes can be found.
They mainly re-home domestic short/long hairs, but get Bengals in from time to time too, so definitely worth checking out if you’re in the south of England, near one of their 3 sites at Battersea, Brands Hatch or Old Windsor.