One morning, a man was out strolling when he noticed a cat lying in his carrier in the middle of the pavement, surrounded by his possessions.
The cat, whom rеscuеrs later discovered was named Marcus, was meowing as the man approached, and it was clear that someone had âbаndơnеd the poor cat not long before. As the man was examining Marcus, he heard someone dumping something else, and when he looked up, he saw a man leaving a cat tree and then quickly walking away.
The day was scorching hot, and the guy felt he couldn’t leave Marcus alone, so he phoned Celia Hammond Animal Trust to ask if they might take him in.
“We arranged for the guy to take the train to Canning Town and one of our rеscuе workers met him there to retrieve Marcus,” Celia Hammond, of Celia Hammond Animal Trust, told The Dodo.
Marcus’ discoverer wished to keep him as his own, but he lives in a building that does not allow pets, so he was unable to do so — nonetheless, he plans to visit him after he is adơрted.
Marcus’ rеscuеrs looked for a microchip and discovered his name as soon as he was securely in the care of Celia Hammond Animal Trust. Despite being left out in the heat, the enormous, fluffy cat looked to be doing fine, and he was quite fortunate to have been discovered at all.
Marcus’s former owner decided he no longer wanted him for whatever reason, but now that he is in the care of a rеscuе, he will hopefully find his loving new forever family very, very soon.