Earlier this year, Little Wanderers NYC, an animal rescue group in New York City, received a call for help about an abandoned cat in an apartment in Mount Vernon, New York. His employer has moved and he is left behind.
He was left with the trash by tenants who were in a hurry to leave. He was fed dry food by a kind Samaritan who reached out for help.
The cat named Narnia is about six years old. He is very timid and will back into a corner when approached. Knowing he would need an experienced carer, the rescue began searching for a suitable foster home. He is a very beautiful cat and we expect him to become the king he is destined to be,” Little Wanderers NYC wrote.
After a trip to the vet, Narnia made her way to her foster home. He is very shy so he stays in his crib and doesn’t want to go out. His adoptive mother reassured him and gave him lots of pets to cheer him up.
Slowly but surely, Narnia found courage and began to come out of her shell. He is very content with all things soft to cuddle, at his disposal, and a deluded being that fulfills all his needs. He was shy at first, but as he started to feel safe, he warmed up. One day, Narnia decided that he would stay with his adoptive mother and share a bed with her at night, as he began to believe. He would lounge on the couch during the day, daydreaming away, not having to worry about the world.
He went from being a shy, fearful boy to a confident boy, yearning for a quiet home with stability and order. Narnia wants to be the only king in his castle, which means he prefers to be alone. He is a cream-skinned man with medium-length hair.
During her final five months in foster care, Narnia found herself patiently waiting for the perfect family to come to her. Finally, this week, he got the news he had been hoping for.
Little Wanderers NYC shared today that Narnia has found a loving home.
A family saw his story and fell in love with the sweet boy. They are willing to take the time it takes to win his trust and make him feel like king. Now, Narnia walks with her head held high, knowing that she belongs, and that she deserves all the love in the world.