4 beautiful Bengals requiring lots of love & attention in Suffolk
Myself and my wife run two businesses within the property industry and are generally very busy. Our cats are loving and demanding, they love human company and hate us being away from them, but our business takes are far and wide on a regular basis. Due to their demands and comfort we much prefer for someone to house sit so they have the human company they crave. They are very entertaining, they love to play and cuddle, and are of course very pretty fur babies but they can be a handful - if you have ever come across bengals before you will know they are not your average cat and ours are no different and all have different characters. They will make you their best friend if you let them!
Our Home & Location
We live in a 2/3 bedroom maisonette in Ipswich, although only use one room as a bedroom! With the other rooms used as a dressing room & study, we have a newly refurbished large bathroom with rain shower over bath, and a large roof top south facing terrace. There is parking available in our private car park opposite our home which we will provide you with a permit if needed. We live on the top two floors of a converted victorian house (2 sets of stairs) in a central location in Ipswich just 5 minutes walk from the mainline train station and 10 minute walk into Ipswich town centre, whilst the popular Ipswich marina area is at the end of our road. Portman Road Football Stadium is within a 10 minute walk also. We have Virgin Media TV and unlimited Wifi, you can also make use of our Amazon Firestick, Netflix (we subscribe on a hit & miss basis so please ask) and Playstation during your stay.
Responsibilities & Pets
Our cats need to be fed morning and evening, with biscuits provided during the day. They are house cats and have never been outside (please don't let them out!) . This means their litter trays will need cleaning out once a day. They will demand lots of play & cuddles, they love human company and get lonely and stressed when left for long periods alone. Nala has epilepsy, it is a stable and controlled condition, but she requires a tablet each day, which can be mushed into food. The fish need feeding once a day, and their tank will require topping up with water when needed on longer stays. Please water the garden if the weather is hot & dry.