It is a tale of a cat who wanted to get through his best. But life threw him more than the little fellow could bear so that he could only knock at the door to ask for help. A woman heard odd noises from the backyard on Valentine’s Day. She went there and searched around and found an orange tabby, meowing and standing in front of the door, pawing. The woman captured a photograph of the kitten and sent it to the owner of Un Chat à la Fois, kitten care in Quebec, Canada, Marie Simard. “I was so upset to see him, so I told her to take the cat to the vet, and he was there in less than half an hour,” Simard said. “He was very calm when he entered the carrier; once he got to the vet, he was very cooperative, let the vet perform all the tests and procedures,” said Simard.
The cat was named after Aslan, one of the characters from The Chronicles of Narnia. “We thought he was far too friendly a lost cat to be born outside.” “He wasn’t neutered and didn’t have a microchip.” “We believed the irresponsible owners left him behind.” “We have several cats staying at the shelter who left behind by people because they couldn’t afford vet facilities.” “We searched a missing cat everywhere, but we didn’t find anything.” Aslan had several physical implications such as frostbites, rotten teeth, bite wounds, fleas, worms, diabetes, and skin allergies.
There was bleeding somewhere in his body as well. He had to remain in the hospital for a few days to stabilize his blood before returning to his foster family. For his rotting teeth, he had surgery. He also had eye problems that were treated with surgery.
The veterinarian reported that Aslan was ill and tired and wouldn’t have lived through the harsh winter if he hadn’t received urgent treatment. Aslan was sincerely thankful to those who responded for support from his meow. Simard said he was really sweet for the staff, and he would take his paw off the cage to get people petting him. All the affection and attention have significantly contributed to the kitty’s health. Aslan had improved in a few days and finished his recovery. When Aslan was ready for adoption, Simard informed his foster parents that the adoption form needed to be posted. So that people can apply to foster him. But the foster mother of Aslan immediately told her that he had already found his family and that she wanted him to be with her. Simrad was okay with that decision.
With two rescue cats, Cleo and Jasmin, he became friends. Unfortunately, Jasmin died, but Aslan is closer to Cleo. Aslan has diabetes, which calls for a special diet, but he loves food. His mom has to carefully watch the food on her plate because Aslan will steal her food. She makes an exception occasionally and gives him a treat. Aslan is a loving cat. He is not going out, which means he has forgotten his outdoor life. He loves to cuddle and sleeps on a pillow.
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