Join Date: Jun 2004
Location: Simpsonville, SC
oh my, I'm so sorry!
Have you checked to see any open windows or places he may have snuck out? Is he one for door dashing or even thinking about it? Any loose screens in the windows?
And while I'm sure you've looked everywhere - look twice! Under furniture, behind closed doors, in closets.
I had a panic attack when I couldn't find Addison one day. He didn't come for breakfast but I was in a rush and didn't think much of it.. by the time I got home from work I was a wreck. Nobody had seen him. After running around like mad crying my eyes out screaming for him outside I finally found him.
Huddled in the farthest corner under the bed. His collar had gotten stuck in his jaw and I can only assume he had been under there since the night before. I felt horrible but after I found him and made sure he was ok, I was extremely relieved.
Make up flyers immediately and put them all around, but make sure you've searched every inch of your place right afterward!
"There is no snooze button on a cat who wants breakfast."