Join Date: Apr 2017
Location: Springfield, Missouri
What is the timeline from when he first came to your door and now? Depending on where you live some people let their cats out to wander all day as they come home at night. I have a friend in the country who doesn't see her cat for days...not an advocate of this but each to their own I suppose. In England it is quite common in the rural areas. Is he fixed? My first thoughts when I see a super friendly street cat is he's been abandoned or somehow got lost.
I agree with eventually taking him to a vet to get scanned but first perhaps flyers employed in the vicinity you see him. i say first because while chipping is good is is not foolproof. In rare cases the chip does not scan. Also, if he was abandoned the info could be outdated. And not all cats enjoy carriers haha. Do you have a no-kill shelter in your area? Although this may be a neighborhood 'roamer' who enjoys the kindness of humans he should have a home and if no ID is found and he is unclaimed, well, you either continue feeding him and/or assume responsibility for him. Cats are smart they go where love is... If you don't want a 3rd cat (and the process of introducing him to your others) re-homing him is an alternative.
But it looks like you've been picked haha!
Hope it works itself out!
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June 2003- August 26 2017
Last edited by DizzysDad; 02-20-2018 at 02:18 PM.