Bette came to TWS from a Bengal rescue group in Colorado. A larger breeder was closing down and they needed to place cats that were not adoptable. They had several hybrid F3 Bengals that were unable to be socialized for adoption and beautiful Bette was one of the cats. She was born in 2002 and came to the sanctuary in 2006.
Bette is very interested in her caretakers, but would rather watch than be held. She’s slowly becoming more socialized and loves being around the other Bengals. She has very unique almond-shaped, light green eyes that are captivating to look into. Bette lives in a bungalow with an indoor and outdoor enclosure area complete with perches, hammocks, logs, boulders, and an in-ground pool, not to mention several other Bengals who keep her company.
She has a small genetic deformity that has given her a smaller nose and nasal passage.