Winters have arrived and so are the problems which the animals are going to suffer. The harsh winters made it very difficult for stray animals to survive. They are looking for shelters to avoid the cold weather.
One such incident happened to the woman. She heard the crying coming from her backyard and when she went to look, she saw an orange tabby, standing in the snow and it was looking very worse.
The cat was very desperate to get in and it pawed at her door. The cat was meowing as asking for help.
The woman who is a volunteer with Un Chat a la Fois, which is a kitten rescue in Quebec asked Marie Simard by sending her the photo of the cat. Marie Simard is the founder of Un Chat a la Fois and she said that they are not taking adult cats but that cat was looking for help.
She further said that when she saw the photo of the cat, her heart was broken and she insisted that the cat should be taken to the partner clinic so the cat could be examined.
The cat remained in front of the door for a while and when she went to take the cat, he did not try to get away. In the clinic, it came to know that the cat was suffering from many things like bite wounds, fleas, and ticks as well as frostbite, rotten teeth, and diabetes.
So it was clear that if the cat was not helped on time, he would not be able to make it through the winter. The cat was very nice to the people around. The cat was named Aslan and after a few days of treatment at the clinic, his health improved and he was shifted to a foster home. In the foster home, he quickly became friends with his new mom’s cats.
He likes to sleep next to his foster mom and he is a very affectionate cat. As the time came, when Aslan was going to get a forever home, his foster mom could not separate him from his new sister and a fellow rescue cat, Cleo.
So it was decided that the two rescue cats would stay together as they had a tough life.