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Posted: 11/25/2012 8:22:39 PM
Update: When I got home from work today, my son and I walked all around the neighborhood to plaster more signs around. When we got home, for some reason I had a craving for Shake 'N Bake (don't judge ), so I left to go to the store. At the end of my street, I thought I saw cat eyes, but I wasn't sure. When I got closer, I saw my kitty, sitting on the pad in front of the storm drain. I slammed on the brakes, and of course he jumped into the drain. Fortunately, it's not as deep as I thought. I called him, and I heard him crying. Eventually, he put his paws up, and I was able to grab him on the back of his neck. I pulled him out, and he scratched the crap out of me, but I was able to put him in the car before he escaped again. He is a bit dirty, but other than being a little hungry, he is fine. He is crashed out on the couch now, purring away.
Thanks to everybody for giving me hope! So happy right now!!!!

My cat went missing Wednesday night and he hasn't shown up yet. I didn't realize he had gotten into the garage, and when I opened the door he spooked and ran off. I thought he'd come right back but I haven't seen him since. He's never been outside before, so he doesn't have any sort of "street smarts". He is microchipped and registered, but so far - nothing.
I am so upset, and I was hoping some of you have some good stories to give me hope.

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Posted: 11/25/2012 8:24:40 PM
We had a cat that ran out of the house we had just moved into. She showed up hungry a few days later.


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Posted: 11/25/2012 8:25:37 PM
I had a cat get out once. I was at the pound before they had completed intake on her.

Our current cat used to be an indoor/outdoor cat and she disappeared for a week. I thought she was gone for good when one morning I work up to a cat meowing. I reached down expecting to pet the other cat, but the missing cat had returned. She had frostbite on her ears and a portion of both fell off, but she is still with us (although a completely indoor cat now).

The same cat as the first situation go out and we never saw her again. She was the most awesome cat ever.

Have you checked the pounds?

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Posted: 11/25/2012 8:26:02 PM
We are dealing with that right now. It sucks. I hope your kitty makes it back soon.

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Posted: 11/25/2012 8:26:10 PM
We are surrounded by thousands of acres of open space/forest. The first time our dog dug out I about died. She has done it a number of times since. Granted she is a beagle so she always tends to come home for dinner. But we have a neighbor whose cat got out and two weeks later came home...much skinnier, but other than that just fine.

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Posted: 11/25/2012 8:33:05 PM
Luckily it hasn't happened to me.
At least you have him microchipped so if he gets taken to a shelter they will check for that....make sure your address details are up to date on the microchip register.

If you have any fish cat food (or buy some of the cheapest stinkiest variety and put it out)...hopefully the smell will attract him when he gets hungry. Go out and call his name periodically, the sound of your voice may be enough to let him know where home is.
Ask the neighbours to keep a look out for him and let you know if they see him.

Ring the local shelters and let them know he is missing and leave your name and number in case he gets brought in. Maybe even ring the local vets...many people take found pets there.
be active in trying to find him early, that will give you the best chance.
Good luck and I hope he's home soon.


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Posted: 11/25/2012 8:35:15 PM
I have checked the pounds, some rescue places (we have a lot!), and also the local vets. They all assured me that they scan right away for a chip and that they would call me if he turned up. He is a very friendly cat, so I am afraid that someone may have taken him. He doesn't wear a collar because he hated it, and I didn't think I'd have to worry about it since he is an inside cat. I'm going to expand my search on my nightly jog. Hopefully he will turn up soon.


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Posted: 11/25/2012 8:37:30 PM
Do you have neighbors with indoor/outdoor cats? Our indooor cat snuck out one day and we found her a few days later in the neighbor cat's garage.

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Posted: 11/25/2012 8:37:41 PM
Our one cat is always trying to escape the house. A few weeks ago, he went down in the basement, and chewed threw a screen in a window we didn't realize was open. He was gone for about two days and I was so upset. We kept driving around and walking the neighborhood looking for him. I finally put a dish of his favorite food on our front step and within minutes, it was gone. I called him and he came running.

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Posted: 11/25/2012 8:41:54 PM
Our cat, who is strictly an inside cat, got out one time. I panicked when I went to feed her at 6:30 one morning and she did not come running. I went through the house (3 floors) several times and then outside trying to find her. Grabbed my keys and started driving the neighborhood, putting up signs, talking to neighbors, taking signs to all of the local vets offices and the animal shelter. Called my DH to come home from work to help look. We walked and drove around for hours looking. The woman at the animal shelter told me that if a cat is not used to being outside and they get out, they usually stick real close to the house. She had me go back and search around the house again. We had already done that several times, but gave it another try. There she was. Half way up a huge bush near the back deck. She had to have been there every time we went through looking, but she has never been one to come when you call. Try going back out and check the bushes and trees carefully as well as any other areas that she could be hiding in. Hope you find her soon. I know how helpless it feels to have a missing pet. Hope you find her soon (((HUG)))

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Posted: 11/25/2012 8:42:14 PM
we are surrounded by acres of woods. Our very chicken indoor cat got out one night. we couldnt find her at all . She showed up 6 weeks later, very skinny, scraped up but alive! That was two years ago and she has not tried to escape since

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Posted: 11/25/2012 8:47:06 PM
He is cute! I am glad you are in a warm locale.

My sister's cat was gone for 9 MONTHS and then came back.

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Posted: 11/25/2012 8:47:25 PM
I hope he turns up. I would post flyers with a photo of him around the neighborhood. If he doesn't wear a collar someone might have picked him up and took him home and not realize he is not a stray.


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Posted: 11/25/2012 8:50:28 PM
My cat disappeared the Monday after Thanksgiving about 3 years ago. He was a year old. I cried for 2 weeks. I dealt with it. Then a year and a half later in the spring he appeared out on our deck! I wasn't sure if it was really him at first, but I recognized a little white spot on his very black head, his too long claws and some random white hairs in his very black fur! And he was so glad to be home and he loved me so much! It was my Spike! He had an open infected sore on both cheeks. I gave him antibiotics and he's better now. AND he hasn't left again!
I love that cat!

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Posted: 11/25/2012 8:59:12 PM
Our older indoor cat got out a couple of years ago, and was missing for four months before we were reuinted.

It turns out that someone in the neighbourhood had taken him in. Probably the same night he got out. I have no idea why they didn't attempt to find his owners at the time. I guess they planned at the time to keep him. We had ads up, had called local vet offices, and had a report on file with the local SPCA.

For a while afterwards, I would continue to look at 'found' ads, to check in with the SPCA (including physically going down to look at the cats, because sometimes things fall through the cracks) and to look through the neighbourhood. I had given up on ever finding him. Then we got a call from the SPCA that he was there.

One of the tips I had read when he was first lost was to set one of his litter boxes outside. The smell is pungent and carries and can help a lost cat find its way home apparently.

Also, post ads on craigslist/kijiji. Put up flyers on telephone poles. Put up ads at the supermarket and at local vet offices (pet people are more likely to notice and make an effort to help a lost animal). Some newspapers will run 'lost' ads for free.

Make a report with animal control/SPCA and check in with them regularly, including going in to visit.

Do not give up hope! {{Hugs}} Good thoughts and prayers that your beautiful boy will soon be home. Either on his own or with the help of a caring person/people.

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Posted: 11/25/2012 9:35:15 PM
Our cat got out of the house as soon as we moved to a new neighborhood. She was missing for 3 nights. As soon as I put up flyers (with her picture) she came home the next morning. She wasn't wearing a collar when she got out and I think one of my neighbors thought she was a stray. I think it's possible someone was taking care of her and when they saw the flyers they let her go. I really have no idea what she was doing but as soon as I put up the flyers she showed up at home.

When she went missing I read online to leave food (canned smelly food) out because your cat might not have gone far and look for them and call for them in the early morning (like 4 or 5 am)

If you can put up lots of flyers in your neighborhood so people will know he belongs to you.

Good luck and I really hope you find your kitty. Oh! My neighbor's cat got out and came home after 10 days so don't give up hope!


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Posted: 11/25/2012 9:38:34 PM
My cat got out through the front door once. He ran around the house into the backyard and hid under the deck. He hadn't ever been outside before and was scared. We lured him back in with cat food and he never tried that again. I hope you find your kitty quickly.


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Posted: 11/25/2012 9:51:00 PM
One of the cats we have now was a stray before we got her from a rescue group. She has been pretty much a completely inside cat since we got her about 10 years ago. It was hard at first to keep her in all the time (she would sit by the front door, looking for her chance to get out), but she doesn't really try to get out now.

Anyway, we moved last year. Not too long after we moved in, she got out. I guess she got into the garage and we didn't notice. She turned up a couple of days later. I'm guessing she got out of the garage when it opened, then got back in when I wasn't looking (either that, or she hid out in the garage for 2 days). She was a little hungry, but otherwise fine. I was mostly worried because we had moved and because we live fairly close to a creek with all kinds of wild animals.


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Posted: 11/25/2012 9:54:33 PM
A friend's cat made a run for it a few years ago in the middle of Boston in winter. She was gone for 6 agonizing days and then was found unharmed, although missing a fang. I hope your kitty comes home safe to you!


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Posted: 11/25/2012 9:54:44 PM
We have a cat that we tried to turn strictly indoors. However this cat is a true huntress. She brings home so many goodies she has been known to go missing for aday or two. She usually comes home sleeps eats and goes out for the daytime hours. She is chipped, fixed and all that good stuff!

One time she went missing for a few days. We were about to assume she was gone for keeps when we found a neighbor letting her out. Apparently,miss Lily Rose was house hopping. They feed her lunch meat so I guess when the kibble isn't her favorite she goes to get what she wants!.

Prayers that your kitty returns soon!

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Posted: 11/25/2012 9:56:34 PM
I am so sorry. I hope he turns up soon.



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Posted: 11/25/2012 10:07:01 PM
You can try putting up notices with a picture around the neighbourhood. They seem to be pretty helpful and I know when I see one I tend to keep an eye out for the animal. I've only had birds get out before and had to pound the pavement for 8 hours until we found them. During that time we contacted all local vets, the local animal organisations, the radio and made/put up signs. Then we doorknocked. It was intensive but we only ever lost one bird (a new hand raised baby) totally. Actually, we found out a few years later he had been found outside our search area and had a happy life so it turned out well.

Try your neighbours and houses on surrounding streets.

Hope you find your kitty, it's very upsetting to lose a pet.


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Posted: 11/25/2012 10:17:01 PM
One of my cats went missing for 9 days once. When he came back he was so skinny and his paws were raw. I think he had been trapped somewhere, maybe a shed or something. A friend always told me that cats don't go far from home, just in unseen places.

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Posted: 11/25/2012 10:47:53 PM
Not a cat but a dog. Our little Shih tzu had gotten out when we lived in an apartment complex a few years ago. I thought he was gone for sure. I had left the sliding glass door open and not realized it. I searched the whole complex I even had two old ladies trying to help me find him. I was in total panic.
I walked for blocks. I walked down to the school. He loved kids so I wondered if he had followed some kids.
By the end of the day I thought he was gone I was mess. He was 11 at the time.
When I got home I got a phone call on my message machine from another apartment across the street. It was a very busy cross street. The apartment manager asked me if he was mine. She had watched him cross the busy street twice.She said he was very careful and ran grabbed him. There were kids playing in the parking lot and like I said he wanted to be with the kids. I never thought to go there cause I didn't think he would have crossed the street! It was a little less than 24hrs.

I hope your kitty comes home!

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Posted: 11/25/2012 11:06:11 PM

I'm sorry that your cat is missing. I hope that he safely returns to you soon.

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Posted: 11/25/2012 11:13:58 PM
We lost our indoor feral kitten (6months old) for ten days. DH heard her meowing outside our window afterfive days and chased her a house three doors over. She had been hiding under their house. Fortunately, they had a living room trapdoor and we were able to out food out for her after anothermfive. DH at peril snatched her up and got her back. We thought we had lost her for good.

We had flyers on all lamp posts and at every mail drop and shelter. She was chipped. I sobbed my way through all five of the shelter visits. I would have ended up with 20 kittens.

She is still skittish and has not made a break for it since then.

It's not all lost. Best of luck to you.

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Posted: 11/25/2012 11:22:34 PM
our older cat used to get lost a lot. Once she got lost under our bed (we have drawers under our bed she got in an open one and when we closed it she got shut in.)
the next time she got shut in the neighbor's garage who went on weekend get-away.
the backroom in our garage.
both sheds
drawer in son's room.
a Christmas box.

She stays in the open now.

check unusual places.

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Posted: 11/25/2012 11:24:36 PM
Thankfully, no! I would be absolutely heartbroken.

Sending good thoughts that kitty shows up on your doorstep very soon.

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Posted: 11/26/2012 8:20:31 PM
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Posted: 11/26/2012 8:23:24 PM
Oh yeah!!!

He sure looks like one pooped kitty cat

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Posted: 11/26/2012 8:26:23 PM
I love happy endings!

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Posted: 11/26/2012 8:43:15 PM
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Posted: 11/26/2012 8:44:01 PM
I'm so happy to see this update!

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Posted: 11/26/2012 8:45:40 PM
that sounds like our cat. she got out the door one day after we had just moved, and we looked and looked for her. about 2 months later, I saw her coming out of a storm drain, was able to catch her and bring her home.

glad you found him.


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Posted: 11/26/2012 8:47:50 PM
Good news!! Thanks for letting us know!

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Posted: 11/26/2012 8:51:36 PM
'Just read your update - YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

That is the BEST feeling; when they've been lost and finally come home.



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Posted: 11/26/2012 8:53:20 PM
I am sooooooooo glad you found him!


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Posted: 11/26/2012 8:55:27 PM

I'm so glad that he's home safely where he belongs.

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Posted: 11/26/2012 8:56:04 PM

!!!!!!!!!Yay for a happy ending!!!!!

I'm so happy for you.

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Posted: 11/26/2012 8:57:00 PM
Yay! So glad you found him.

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Posted: 11/26/2012 8:57:22 PM
I am so glad you found your kitty

My son and 7 yo DGD's cat went missing. Which was very unusual. So ds and DGD walked the neighborhood knocking on doors. No one had seen her. They went to the house right around the corner from their house, teenage boy answers. Nope haven't seen her, they walk away the mom comes out with the cat says yes we do have her and hands her over. The mom says wait and goes in the house comes out with the food, cat litter, nail clippers, toys you name it they'd alrighty bought. And the topper they'd taken her to the vet. All this happened from Wednesday evening to Friday evening. The cat has never gone out of their yard so they are assuming the kid took her from their yard. My poor DGD was so heart broken and so happy to have found her kitty. My son was pea livid with this family tho. He took the high road tho

Just unbelievable that they would take a cat that was not theirs. But glad the mother ended up doing the right thing

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Posted: 11/26/2012 9:14:00 PM
What a huge relief!!!!!


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Posted: 11/26/2012 9:15:53 PM
So glad you found him !!

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Posted: 11/26/2012 9:16:04 PM
That was our story last Tuesday! Our one cat just disappeared. Front declawed, microchipped, spayed, totally an indoor cat. We literally turned every single piece of furniture up side down, checked closets, cubbards, EVERYWHERE. Kids were devestated. My son made fliers, and my daughter came to realize she was probably outside. Spent 4 hours scouring the neighborhood, talking to neighbors, etc. It finally got dark and started to rain, so we had to break and eat dinner. After dinner, my son took out the trash to the can in the garage, and heard something.

She had crawled up on to the rear axle of the car we store in the back of the garage. When we searched the garage, we looked under the car and didn't see her- she was up high enough that unless you looked up at the underbody of the car, she was invisible.

It was simply the longest 6 hours of our lives!

So glad your search was equally as successful!

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Posted: 11/26/2012 9:21:12 PM
I'm so glad you found him! I didn't share out story because it wasn't a happy outcome, but I'm happy yours is!!'

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Posted: 11/26/2012 9:29:02 PM
I'm so happy he's home!!!!

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Posted: 11/26/2012 9:39:38 PM
I am so happy for you and him. That is wonderful news!

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