Woman saves stray cat who fusses outside her door and asks to be released from the cold

A woman listened to crying in her garden in Quebec, Canada. When she went to see what it was, she saw an orange tabby cat standing in the snow, appearing to ask for help. The cat meowed as if to say “help” and grabbed the door. A volunteer, a cat rescue organization in Quebec, messaged Marie Simard with a photo of the cat.

At first Marie thought he was a stray due to his friendly nature, but he was not microchipped or neutered and Marie was unsure if he had ever been properly cared for.

Ms. Simard, the founder of Anne Chat at the Fore: She knew we wouldn’t take an adult cat and said she wanted to help.

And also that his face said everything that needed to be said. He stood outside the door for a while and didn’t try to run away when I told him to bring him inside. The clinic’s veterinarian decided the cat really needed help.

This poor stray was covered in bite marks, fleas and ticks, and had frostbite, rotten teeth and diabetes.

Ms. Simard thinks that if the kitten hadn’t been desperate for attention that day, he wouldn’t have survived the harsh winter. The cat is very grateful to be with people again.

She was very kind to the clinic staff. said Mr. Simard. After a few days, Aslan recovered and he was placed in a foster home, where he quickly bonded with his new siblings. Aslan’s adoptive family knew how important it was to take care of her.

He stood outside the door for a while and didn’t try to run away when I told him to bring him inside. The clinic’s veterinarian decided the cat really needed help.

This poor stray was covered in bite marks, fleas and ticks, and had frostbite, rotten teeth and diabetes.

Ms. Simard thinks that if the kitten hadn’t been desperate for attention that day, he wouldn’t have survived the harsh winter. The cat is very grateful to be with people again. She was very kind to the clinic staff, said Mr. Simard. At the vet, she would take her paws out of her cage and let people pet her. After a few days, Aslan recovered and he was placed in a foster home, where he quickly bonded with his new siblings.

Aslan’s adoptive family knew how happy he was to be somewhere safe and warm. He is a very affectionate cat, says Simar. He likes to sleep near his adoptive family. Aslan’s new owners cannot separate him from his new sister Cleo. He sleeps right next to her, feeds her and she takes care of him, explained Mr. Simard. It is therefore normal that they are reunited. Two shelter cats who have had a hard life.

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