Cat Breeders' Alliance
Inc., was a legitimate 501c3 non-profit,
membership owned organization.
In keeping with their goals to promote,
preserve and protect all generations
of Bengal cats, TIBBA's Executive Board
set up a Bengal Rescue Committee
and a Designated Bengal Rescue Fund.
This designated fund was established
to assure that 100% of these funds were
used for Bengal cat rescue efforts.
TIBBA members were personally, actively
rescuing displaced Bengal cats,
as well as finding new suitable homes
for them. TIBBA's Designated
Rescue Funds were disbursed with Board
approval, for necessary health care,
basic supply needs, adoption fees, and
transportation expenses, when
necessary. TIBBA Inc. had also
to legitimate 501c3 feline no kill
time of filing TIBBA Inc.'s form of "Dissolution",
Officers of Bengal Rescues, and
Organizations, were first contacted to
receive funds, but could not, produce
proof of having non-profit IRS status.
Only the four No-Kill animal
shelter/sanctuaries produced proof.
August 19, 2013, all remaining funds
($7699.00) in TIBBA Inc. accounts were
divided and donated to the following 4
(four) documented 501c3 NO-KILL
SHELTER/SANCTUARIES in accordance with
Federal and State laws.
1. Pet Lovers, Inc.
2. The Trixie Foundation,
3. Home At
4. Animal Care
Total Remaining Funds
Dissolution of TIBBA, Inc, was
compleated on August 19, 2013.
The Bengal Cat
term "Bengal cat" refers to pedigreed
Bengal cats and Bengal cat mixes.
We encourage you to make tax deductible
donations to these very worthy cause
to help save Bengal cats from possible
Inc. helped rescue workers with
financial support in good faith.
TIBBA Inc. does not accept
responsibility for the behavior of these
or for the cats they rescue and
place. Those who were/are involved
physically rescuing and/or placing
Bengal cats, do so by their own
and not by any authority of TIBBA Inc..