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Great Lakes Bengal Rescue is on Facebook. You can keep up with the latest information, meet up with other Bengal owners, and share pictures and antics of our beloved cats. Join the Great Lakes Bengal community today!

Our featured cat


Nala is a young 2-3 year old spayed female Bengal who was found as a stray. She is wary of new surroundings and people, but once she opens up she is a lovable doll with a playful streak. Nala uses the litter box perfectly. She is only vocal when she wants something. She has a mild head tilt that is likely permanent damage from a severe ear infection she had, and her right eye is bi-colored. She would like a home with no other cats or young children, and only dogs that will give her space.She gives the best hugs and kisses... she will lay on your chest or shoulder, wrap her front legs around your neck and nuzzle her face into your neck, and/or lick your nose when you make kissy noises at her. Her purr is loud enough to hear across the room. However, she is affectionate only on her terms, not yours :). If you are interested in adopting Nala, you can fill out an application here. Read more about our other available cats here.

Bengal Rescue Network


The Bengal Rescue Network (BRN) is a national organization of volunteers. All of its members are active Bengal cat enthusiasts who truly care about these cats' health, welfare and happiness. We hope to ensure that NO Bengal cat roams the streets, goes hungry, sleeps in the cold, requires attention, lacks affection or remains alone to face an uncertain future.

Join the Bengal Rescue Network email list at Groups.yahoo.com/group/bengalcatrescue . This list can put you in contact with regional contacts for your area. Many cats are listed through this group email which MAY NOT be listed on Petfinder.