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Will an Abyssinian get along ok with Bengals? I really want to adopt a Silver Aby, but don't want a

Chanda HealtonChanda Healton Lafayette INMember Posts: 12
I have 3 Bengals and want an Aby. Will they get along fine? My Bengals are sweet and for the most part loving. My male is very spoiled, but I think he'll like it if I do. I also have a Siamese who loves everyone and every thing, so I'm not too worried about him.

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  • Zach AtteberryZach Atteberry Usa,missouriMember Posts: 10
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    I have a bengal as well - it gets along with my dogs and my friends cats that sometimes visit us - i believe any cats can get along with the proper introduction =]
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