Agressive cat play

I have a petite, 5 year old, female, spayed, declawed Siamese. She got out. I was heartbroken. My husband got me a 5 year old, female, spayed declawed Bengal. A little larger, but, much stronger than my Siamese.

After 5 days my Siamese came back.
They have been together for a month and half. The play, to me is very agressive, to the point that fur is flying. Both cats have been the only cat. They do have their quite moments. My Siamese is very possessive of me. When the Bengal approaches the battle begins.
They are both beautiful. The Bengal came from a home with five large dogs. I know that she is enjoying the peace and quite.
I'm feeling that it might be best to find a home for the Bengal where she can be "queen of the castle".
Any suggestions or opinion?

I've tried several times to send a picture and was unsuccessful.

Answer by KAte
Umm what can I say. You replaced your siamese with another cat within 5 days, and with a bengal. Both cats are very active and possive cats and so this mix could definitely be a bad mix.

One you first introduced them it would have been a good idea to use the slow safe introduction process described here

It may be an idea to try this process now but there are no guarantees that it will definitely work. If not then, Im afraid it may be best that you re home one of your cats. It may be best for your cats and for you.

best wishes Kate

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