Cooper is a male, domestic Bengal cat who came to live at The Wildcat Sanctuary in 2009. He was six years old at the time.

As we hear over and over again with Bengal cats, Cooper had poor litter box, marking and urinating habits. The Humane Society that had him could not adopt him out because of these issues. So they turned to us as Cooper’s only option.

Learn more about hybrid cats and why we do NOT support breeding them.

Life at the Sanctuary

With time, patience, caring, and the correct diet, Cooper’s doing great living in our office building. He uses the litter box pretty consistently now.  He loves a good belly rub and will fall asleep being petted by the staff and interns.  He’s been a great addition to the office and mellows out the other office cats.

We’re so happy we were able to give Cooper this second chance at life. But so many other hybrid cats don’t get this chance.

How You Can Help

Caring for a wild cat for life – even a small domestic Bengal cat like Cooper – can be quite expensive. Our sponsorship program helps support the cats’ care costs and allows you to form a special bond with them. Would you consider becoming Cooper’s sponsor parent?

Or even a one time donation toward his care would be so appreciated. It’s easy to do using the buttons at the top of this page.

Thank you for caring about the little wild ones, too!