Ragnar, the sad and underweight rescue cat became a true adventurer

Ragnar is a beautiful cat resulting from a cross between a Highland Lynx and a Ragdoll. Now 3 years old, he takes advantage of his mistress. But he has come a long way. His previous life had left him scars both physically and morally.

Sarah Harrison40 years old, lives in penrith in the county of Cumbria Fr England. She is a nursing assistant Eden Animal Rescue, an animal shelter. A year and a half ago, Ragnar arrived underweight due to heavy digestive problems. Besides, the tomcat was very sad.

“At the time we had no room in the rescue, so my friend Alex asked me if I could keep him at home for the night and I never brought him back”an explanation Sarah to Cumberland and Westmorland Gerald.

The woman and her husband, Pierre Wyatttook care of the feline who finally flourished in his new home. “He was depressed at first, but he really found the joy of living in our home. However, he is not like other cats. He has a very unusual behavior”clarified Sarah.

A pronounced taste for adventure

This indoor cat had never felt the rain or the wind. He had never even walked on the lawn, but his new masters quickly understood that he wanted more than anything to taste the great outdoors.

“I noticed he liked getting into his crate, so I took him on short trips. He loved going out! so I bought him a leash and a harness”explained the owner.

Since then, Ragnar is all getaways. The tomcat thus discovered many landscapes, such as the park of Little Mell has fallenthe shores of the lake Ullswaterthe beach of Silothor the pond of Crofton.

Ragnar also vacationed in a cabin at Carrock Castle.

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“He’s a great little character and good company. I love people. If he sees someone walking towards me, he will go straight to them. He is truly one of a kind”a delegate Sarah under the spell of her feline.

The couple plans to visit soon Hallin Fell for a hike with Ragnar.


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