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Dear Bengal Cat Friends,

Great Lakes Bengal Rescue is close to full and we are having to either turn people away or list their cat as a courtesy. That means bengals are going to shelters, turned loose, given away, or sold to people who aren't necessarily the best home for the cat.

How to Volunteer
We cover the 8 states below with a total of 22 foster homes;

Illinois - 3 foster homes
Indiana - 3 foster homes
Iowa - not adopting within Iowa at this time
Kentucky - 4 foster homes
Michigan - 5 foster homes
Minnesota - 2 foster homes
Ohio - 1 foster home
Wisconsin - 4 foster homes

We really need some more help. If you have an extra room and love for the breed please visit our website and look under Volunteer for information on fostering. If you aren't able to do this please forward this request to people you know in our states, blog about it, twitter about it, text about it, or just talk with friends or relatives.

Bengals are a very popular breed and because of that there are greater numbers and always owners needing to surrender. Times are tough we are getting cats in now because people have lost jobs and had to move in with relatives, or lost homes and have to rent with no cats allowed.

If you got to here reading, I thank you!

Janet Saltzman
Great Lakes Bengal Rescue
Fort Wayne, IN

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