Jaelle, from Quebec, Canada, was taken aback when she saw a stray cat scratching at the door and pleading to be allowed in. He had never seen the cat before that day, in the dеad of winter in Canada.
One Cat At A Time volunteer Jaelle instantly unlocked the door for the adorable kitten.
The orange tabby cat appeared to be battered. He was shivering, hungry, and unwell. Marie Simard, the creator of One Cat At A Time, was approached by Jaelle and requested for her assistance.
“Although our rеscuе focuses on orphaned kittens, he was begging to be rеscuеd at the entrance, and we couldn’t let him out.
We looked for the owner but couldn’t discover a microchip. He was between the ages of 6 and 7, had not been neutered, and no one was looking for him.
It was most likеly âbаndơnеd outside by the previous owners a long time ago.”
The cat was rushed to the vet and had to be hospitalized for a few days due to a number of health issues . He was covered in fleas, battle injuriеs, and matted hair.
She also tested positive for FIV (feline immunodeficiency virus) and had parasites, many dental problems, and upper respiratory infections.
Sweet Aslan was still in time to be happy
Despite all, the lovable feline was relieved that he had been cared for. He was fragile, yet he purred nonstop as he was treated by the veterinary staff, with One Cat at a Time’s full support.
The long-suffering feline was finally able to begin to recuperate after cutting off all of the matted furs and receiving the correct treatment.
After the lion from The Chronicles of Narnia, he was given the name Aslan. It’s unclear how he ended himself on the streets, but on that fateful day, he picked the ideal family to assist him and was given a second chance at life.
Jaelle placed Aslan in foster care when he was released from the hospital, so he could continue his recuperation in the safety of a loving household.
He had other fuzzy brothers with whom he could cuddle and cure his wounds.
“He is a wonderful person who is both kind and loving.” “He purrs gratefully and is overjoyed to be back indoors,” Marie said.
Aslan was overjoyed to be able to eat delicious food and sleep in warm beds. At each meal, he ate to his heart’s content and slept well, catching up on missed sleep.
Cleo, a neighborhood cat, took Aslan under her wing during his rehabilitation. She kept him company after his dental and eye surgeries, and she was always around, ready to cuddle him.
Now you can live the life you’ve always wanted!
Jaelle had no intention of adơрting another cat, but she couldn’t bear the thought of separating Cleo and Aslan. Aslan swiftly snuck into the family’s heart. Perhaps he’d known since the beginning that this was the place to be.
Aslan healed and regained his health during the following few months. He was surrounded by furry pals every day, as if they had all played a role in his recuperation.
The eight-year-old orange cat is enjoying the life of his dreams. You won’t have to battle for food or shelter, and you won’t have to endure the freezing temperatures. He comes from a huge family that cherishes him.
Aslan has all of the pleasures that a king should have. He continues to give hugs to everyone around him and seems unconcerned about anything. All homeless kitties deserve this wonderful story with a happy ending.