Miss Jengs gets some sun (and a dandelion or two).
I know that Bengal rescue cats that are in my care aren't supposed to go outside at all. This is to prevent them from becoming 'door darters'
But just look at her! The sun was out; it was breezy and she LOVES having the sun all over her furrs. (and dandylions) and since she's been in my care she has been relegated to one room of the house. My bedroom. It's about 10ft x 12ft and not much fun to 'get up speed' for a thundering herd of one.
I H.A.T.E. having her locked in solitary all the time. But given the alternative since she's not been adopted yet I guess it's better than nothing.
Jeng's has been with me for nearly two years now. Still no takers. She's an older cat and wouldn't 'do' with other cats so that limits her options. Since she's at my house, and she gets to see Stella go out in the backyard (occasionally they have ladycat chats over the honeysuckle bush) I have been taking the liberty of letting her out for very brief periods of time if the sun is out and I'm right there with her. She loves it; her eyes get the most amazing color outdoors and she loves to stalk bugs and stand right next to my legs staring up at me chatting. Such a good girl!