Ace was gone for 17 days. I posted him on Craigslist and handed out flyers. One night, my neighbor who had a flyer and lives on another street sent me a picture of a cat hiding under her bed. Since she had a flyer, she asked if this was my cat under her bed. He had gotten into her house without her knowing it.
So, we went down and coaxed him out from under her bed by shaking the treat box and ringing our cat dinner bell, encouraging him to come out. Once he realized it was momma and daddy, he let us get him. He's a little hungry and nervous but SO glad to be home with his momma, daddy and friends (cats).
Hopefully he's learned Dorothy's lesson -- There's no place like home. Since we have a lot of wildlife in our area we weren't sure we'd ever see him again. But God and good neighbors gave us a happy ending.
Whenever I see anyone post missing or found animals on or anywhere else, I ALWAYS encourage them to post on . I am grateful that we have a kind of 'clearing house' to post our missing and found pets. It is such a blessing and hopefully everyone will learn to use it to help us find our missing pets.
Also, I am part of the Rescue Squad and post pets in my area on my Facebook and encourage others to do also. I know that you are doing a much needed and great service to pet owners. And I thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Our indoor cat, Noa, got out of our sliding door on 1/9/2020, sometime after 8p. He has not returned since. I have looked in our neighbor’s yards and walked around the block calling and shaking the treat bag at all hours of the night. He usually comes when called and is very friendly and vocal. He was wearing a teal collar with a tag with his name & our number. We are heartbroken. He is not super street smart
He loves dogs, cats, & kids. All the humans and animals at our home miss him dearly. Please help us bring him home!
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