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Ulfric and his two siblings were found abandoned and in poor condition. Staff member Anya took it upon herself to foster all three at home and nurse them to full health, but only two left!
here’s a little message from his adopter
“Ulfric came to the centre on 30 June 2018 with his two sisters. All Kittens were 3 weeks old when they arrived at the centre; underweight, covered in fleas and heavily worm-burdened. They needed around-the-clock hand feeding and monitoring, I therefore took the decision to foster all 3 kittens. They all gained weight and soon were ready for adoption, his sisters went to a lovely new home butUlfric suffered from IBD and needed a special diet. I ended up adopting him, he has been my shadow ever since.
We have done a lot of training, he has amazing recall and knows; sit, down, paw, paws up and can follow a marker stick. He can be very cheeky and very vocal but that is all part of his charm, to know that he is living his best life makes me so glad I adopted him.”
I got a cat from Mount Noddy in December 2019, was a lovely easy process and he is more than I could have hoped for, such a wonderful cat. I also have since adopted some working cats for my stables and again MN were lovely and made the process of getting them home and setup very smooth. Wonderful people and place, couldn’t recommend them enough’