Narnia Was Left Behind By Master Now Found New Home

Earlier this year (in May), Little Wanderers NYC, an animal rescue group in New York City, received a plea for help about a cat who had been abandoned in an apartment in Mount Vernon, New York. His owner moved out and he was left behind.
"He was left behind with the trash by tenants who were in a rush to vacate. He was fed dry food by a kind Samaritan who reached out to us for help," Little Wanderers NYC shared.



The cat named Narnia was approximately six years old. He was very timid and would recoil to a corner when being approached. Knowing that he would need an experienced carer, the rescue began to look for a suitable foster home.


"He is a very beautiful cat and we look forward to his blossoming into the king that he is destined to be," Little Wanderers NYC wrote.
After a trip to the vet, Narnia made his way to his foster home. He was so shy that he stayed in his carrier and didn't want to come out. His foster mom reassured him and gave him plenty of pets to cheer him on.

Narnia was very shy and scared when he was found.
Slowly but surely, Narnia found courage and began to come out of his shell. He was so pleased with all the soft things to snuggle with, at his disposal, and a doting human who catered to his every need.

Slowly but surely, he began to come out of his shell and learn to trust.
One day, Narnia decided that he would join his foster mom and share her bed at night, as he began to trust. He would lounge on the couch during the day, dreaming away, without a worry in the world.
"Narnia has come a long way in the months he's been with his foster mom. He went from a shy, scared male to a confident boy, who is finally able to relax," Little Wanderers NYC wrote.

He learned to relax and enjoy all the soft things he could find.
"He is craving a quiet household with stability and routine. Narnia would prefer to be the only king of his castle, which means he'd prefer to be solo. He is a cream-colored male with medium length hair. He's a stunner."
Over the last five months in foster care, Narnia found himself patiently waiting for the perfect family to come his way. Finally, this week, he received the news he had been hoping for.

Narnia napping on the couch, watching the day go by.

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