Meet Ulla, a young tabby cat who was rescused from the streets of Nuuk, Greenland, at the animal shelter Dyrenes Venner (translating to “Protector of Animals in Greenland”). The shelter staff immediately fell in love with the adorable fur ball and named her Ulla. When she arrived at the shelter and made herself right at home by snuggling up to her new friends, including the dogs and guinea pigs. The adoptive owners will hopefully remember to get Ulla and her kittens all spayed or neutered. And very good for them for being so kind as to take in a complete litter like that! Bravo, good folks! 👏What a wonderful family – taking Ulla AND her babies ❣❣❣❣❣
Thank you to them AND the Dyrenes Venner Shelter for getting Ulla off the streets, and into her forever home.
And then, I’m certain, spaying and neutering Ulla and her babies. Greenland is not a good place to be homeless.A bit over a year ago I was chosen by a stray who was pregnant. I was not certain at the time, but she certainly was, Cats don’t need humans to tell them such things. She gave birth to four on May 30th. helping her raise them was a joy, but parting with them as they moved on to new homes was heart breaking.It’s bittersweet that the cat had to suffer so many years outside without a home, but she finally has one now. The new owners are compassionate to not only adopt the pregnant cat, but take the responsibility to find owners for the kittens.A stray cat burst through our cat door one morning at 4:30 a.m. She was starving, practically skin and bones. After we got her settled in we the vet said she was going to be a mother! Long story short, she’s had four lovely kittens and she’s up to a good healthy weight now. All the kittens will have homes with family members and we’re getting them all fixed. We are keeping the mother. She is so grateful to have a loving forever home and we are so grateful to have her.