So Spot On . . . No Pun Intended

by Kathleen Fallucca

Zoey in Ohio

Zoey in Ohio

OMG I received a kitten from a friend who found her on her back deck, probably dumped and abandoned. She is about maybe 3 months old now. It finally occurred to me to look up cat breeds to see if she was a specific one and she is a Bengel. I had now idea such a breed existed. Well the OMG part is that this description is spot on to her personality. She is crazy, wild, funny, lovable, vocal and soooooooooooo soft. At first I thought she was a pain in the neck with all of her activity but we (and the 6 year old fat cat I have) are getting used to her and getting along wonderfully. She eats a ton and poops a lot so one of her nick names is Princess Poops-A-Lot and the other is P.I.T.A. for Pain In the A_ _. I often take her when I go to my friends house and she stays over a couple of nights. They have 3 cats and a dog so our new baby - we called Zoey - has 2 homes, 3 humans that love her to death and 5 other animals to play with. So I, we, would like to say a big THANK YOU to whoever was the cruel, selfish, uncaring son-of-a-bisquet that dumped her out. I like to tell her "you might think we saved you but, honey, you saved us". I am a photographer and love taking pictures of her. Most of them so far have been taken with my phone because I never have the camera close when she is being cute. I have attached one I took with the camera. It's the best one so far because of the flash catching the colors of her coat.

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Jan 06, 2018
Might be related
by: Anonymous

I moved from Fairborn in 2012 and had a female Bengal. She escaped during the packing and we never found her. It is possible that she may traveled to Springfield, and mated and had kittens with another cat. If so you are very lucky. She was beautiful and (to me in our family) very loving. We adopted her and because she had been mistreated by her family, she was very skittish (I can see her becoming feral before trusting another family). The family that had her before had her declawed (think of someone cutting your fingers off at the first knuckle). She wasn't being fed regularly and given little to drink. These cats are really active and are avid hunters (she caught mice and "presented" them to me even without claws and could slam her paws into you hard enough to bruise). I loved her so much and was sad to have to leave without her.

Aug 24, 2013
by: Nancy

She actually looks more like a tabby in this photo. More pics??

Nov 15, 2011
Thank you!
by: Cat Breed Info

Hi Kathleen,

Thank you so much for posting your story on Cat Breed Info! I had a good chuckle at some of your comments.

Zoey aka P.I.T.A aka Princess Poops-A-Lot sounds like a real joy and she is beautiful!

Please, please post more photos of Zoey! With your permission, I would then like to use some of the photos on my Bengal cat breed page.

Kind regards
The Cat Breed Info Team

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