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Default 30 year 9' tall pencil cactus free to good home

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I have an extremely hardy, large 9 ft tall pencil cactus I need to get rid of, anyone interested??? I will inform you that it is toxic and if you have cats or dogs it's probably not a good idea to have this plant in the house.
Giving it away for free to a good home, this cactus has been in my family for more than 30yrs its very well established.
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Let me ask my wife about this. We have been looking for a larger cactus or succulent.
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I also have this one that is a bit taller than 9ft, Im thinking about getting rid of. I have a F-4 Bengal kitten that I am picking up soon and due to the extremely wild nature of these cats I am basically trying to "child proof" my house.
This cactus also harbors toxic sap/flesh like the pencil cactus I posted earlier, I need to get rid of it but would like to maybe get 30-50$ for this one as many at its size can go for hundreds if not thousands of dollars.
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So jelly of that cat.

At F4 they are still real wild?? You'd think that they would be pretty tame that far out of wild.
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Yes, Most bengals on the market are F-7+ (7 generations) away from their Asian leopard cat relatives, even (F7s) have a more wild temperment than regular housecats.
An F-4 like my soon to be kitten have even more wild blood in them.
here are pics of their mother and father, as well as him.... he is going to have some bad ass markings !
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Bengals are not lap cats, they are extremely active and will not tolerate being held, I grew up with a pair of bengals, one would join me in the shower and bathtub regularly, most love water.
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Apparently our ceilings aren't tall enough. Sorry. Those things look awesome. The bengal and the cacti.
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If you dont mind me asking. What are you paying for the cat and also who are you getting it through?? PM me if you like.
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If you dont mind me asking. What are you paying for the cat and also who are you getting it through?? PM me if you like.
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