Victim of wandering, this cat finally tastes the joys of indoor life

When poor Garfield was found on the street, he was eaten up with maggots. Fortunately, good Samaritans will do everything to give him a taste for life, and allow him to regain his self-confidence.

The adventures of this ginger cat named Garfield take place in New Jersey, United States, and are reported by Love Meow magazine. This feline was found on the street a few months ago by Whitney Malin, an animal rescuer who quickly became concerned about her condition.

“Garfield was eaten alive by maggots and had an open wound in his back,” she wrote on Facebook. The furball fortunately received all the necessary care from a veterinarian, including an operation, and then joined the warm roof of a foster family.

The goal of Laura and Josh, his new guardians, was to boost the confidence of the poor feline. Garfield was a little wary when he started out, but all he wanted was love.

And fortunately, with a lot of tenderness and patience, the cat gradually came out of its shell. He revealed his whole personality by being playful, greedy, and very cuddly. He quickly learned to lie on the lap of his favorite humans to receive all the caresses he deserves.

Laura and Josh managed to prove to Garfield that humans weren’t that bad, and that he too had the right to a life filled with love and joy.

Once fully recovered, the soft coated cat returned to its forever home with Cory and Guy. The couple fell in love with this nice guy, and Whitney, who was present at his debut, “couldn’t be happier” with the outcome of this story.

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