Little Wanderers NYC, a New York City rescue organization, received information about a kitten in need of assistance in May. The cat had been abandoned at a Mount Vernon apartment, presumably because its owner had relocated and opted to leave it behind.
The following information was supplied by the rescue center:
“The renters were in a rush to leave and left it, along with the rubbish, behind.” A good Samaritan offered him dry food and sought our assistance.
Narnia would require a trained caretaker, so the rescue center staff began looking for a suitable foster family.
On Facebook, the staff wrote:
“He’s a stunning cat, and we want him to rise to the throne he deserves.”
Narnia was transferred to her new foster home after visiting the vet, but she was still anxious and refused to come out of the container.
His new foster mother reassured him and began petting him to make him feel at ease, but Narnia absorbed all of the attention. The feline gradually gained the bravery to emerge from its shell, and it was content with everything it had at its disposal and its ability to meet its demands.
He also began to feel comfortable since he received the attention and affection he need from his adoptive mother. Narnia chose to join her foster mother and lie down on her bed to sleep peacefully next to her one day without thinking about it.
After that, he had even more faith in his carer and sat on the sofa during the day, napped and lounged wherever he pleased.
The rescue center had this to say:
In the months she’s spent with her foster mother, Narnia has come a long way. He moved from being a shy and fearful young man to a confident young man who can now fully unwind.
Narnia has waited patiently for the appropriate family to step forward to adopt him during his stay in foster care.
Fortunately for Narnia, the news she had been waiting for finally arrived this week, and her desire of finding a home was realized.
When a family learnt of his tale and saw the adorable cat, they didn’t hesitate to say they were prepared to put in the effort to earn his confidence.
They understand it’s a full-time job, but they want to treat you like a true king, since you deserve it.