Bengal Cat Rescue UK


Bengal Cat Helpline






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Our mission is to re-home and rehabilitate Bengal Cats in need. Established in 2003, we are a  a non-profit rescue in the United Kingdom.

It is with regret that we have to say we will be unable to take in any more Bengal Cats for the foreseeable future.  Personal commitments and illness we cannot give the best of attention or care to any new cats for rescue.  We will offer you advice on rehoming or adopting a Bengal Cat if you contact us.

We recommend that if you need help rehoming your cat that you first contact the Breeder you got the cat from as they will often help to rehome or you can also contact the Bengal Breed Clubs who will be able to assist through their Welfare Officers.

We will continue to offer help and advice to anyone who wants to discuss a problem or has a question about the breed and behaviour advice is available via Debbie Connolly, details on the behaviour page.

At present you can call our Behaviour Consultant if you would like advice on adoption, purchase, behaviour issues (please see Behaviour Advice page).

We would like to thank everyone who has helped so far and we hope in the future to return to rescue.

Sarah Hopton, Founder  

We want to thank the many breeders, clubs and individuals who have supported our work.  We continue to give advice on rehoming, purchase, breeders and rescue to help this breed we value so much.  Many, because of our help have remained in their home rather than go through rescue.

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Sarah Hopton
 Founder of Bengal Cat Rescue (UK).

Debbie Connolly, Behaviour Consultant

" Debbie brings a huge amount of experience and knowledge to BCR in terms of cat care and behavioural problems. She provides expert advice to our foster carers when cats come into our care with problems. She will also deal with private consultations through her business SafePets UK."



(Sarah Hopton, Founder)