Delightful Dulcie sadly found her way into our care when her owner passed away, which then led to a chain of events for poor Dulcie. Her previous owners family let her out of the property she lived in as she was being very aggressive. Dulcie then strayed for some time before becoming pregnant and giving birth to five kittens! When Dulcie's kittens were about four weeks old she was helped by a kind member of the public who managed to get her to an independent vet who found the kittens had worms but were sociable. Dulcie at this time was sadly defensive, emaciated, exhausted and needing help. Once the family of her previous owner was contacted via her microchip details they gave permission for Dulcie and her kittens to be rehomed. A kind foster family helped Dulcie and once the kittens were weaned and forever homes found for each of them Dulcie was transferred into the care of the National Cat Adoption Centre. Once in our care we have been able to spay Dulcie which has helped with her aggression and anxiety. She is now on a behavioural plan set by our Behaviour team at Cats Protection which is helping Dulcie so much that she is becoming friendly and affectionate but still very much on her own terms.
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