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Let 8 month old cat out 4 hours ago and no sign of her :-(

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Shes usually in when you shout her, mind you, this is the best driest night yet. Read More
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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
Shes usually in when you shout her, mind you, this is the best driest night yet.
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#1
Hope she turns up soon
#2
Have you tried shaking the treats at the door?
#3
SRS thread is SRS.
#4
we have tried the treats at the door, i have a laser level, but our nosy neighbour sits in front of her window all night with the curtains open and would stand up and stare, lol.
#5
Awwwh, I got my wee kitten 2 weeks before xmas when he was 3 months old and as I wanted a house cat he has never been outside, but now I feel he is missing out on the great outdoors and I feel bad and sometimes sad for him, (even though he is fine) but dont know what to do for the best now :(
#6
and she has had the snip, lol.
1 Like #7
cath1510
Awwwh, I got my wee kitten 2 weeks before xmas when he was 3 months old and as I wanted a house cat he has never been outside, but now I feel he is missing out on the great outdoors and I feel bad and sometimes sad for him, (even though he is fine) but dont know what to do for the best now :(


I know it sounds ridiculous, but a neighbour of mine has a cat harness and takes him for walks. If you don't mind people looking that is an option!
#8
Try rattling a spoon against her dinner bowl maybe this will work, as it did with my friends cats years ago. Hope she turns up soon


Edited By: cath1510 on Apr 23, 2011 00:38
2 Likes #9
maybe the cat has decided to help you find your dad
#10
thearbiter65
cath1510
Awwwh, I got my wee kitten 2 weeks before xmas when he was 3 months old and as I wanted a house cat he has never been outside, but now I feel he is missing out on the great outdoors and I feel bad and sometimes sad for him, (even though he is fine) but dont know what to do for the best now :(

I know it sounds ridiculous, but a neighbour of mine has a cat harness and takes him for walks. If you don't mind people looking that is an option!

I was thinking of getting one of those cat leashes as I have quite a large garden, but not sure, also where I live there is about 3 other cats in surrounding houses and I am a bit scared that he will get attacked by them :(
#11
whatsThePoint
acecatcher3
maybe the cat has decided to help you find your dad

Maybe the cat ran away to be with op's dad
Maybe op is unlucky and in a hour their mum will be abducted by aliens

(_;)
#12
she will turn up :)
#13
just saw a strange cat out the back, maybe there is a wee bit of romance, lol.
#14
generaloneill
just saw a strange cat out the back, maybe there is a wee bit of romance, lol.

Awch :)
#15
whatsThePoint
acecatcher3
maybe the cat has decided to help you find your dad


Maybe the cat ran away to be with op's dad
Maybe op is unlucky and in a hour their mum will be abducted by aliens


or jini
#16
Original post has made me think about keeping my wee cat as a house cat! For a couple of weeks now I have been thinking that it is cruel not to let him out and "see the world", if you like. You see sometimes when i look at him he looks bored and sad even though we play and keep him entertained.
hes just a wee beaute and we would be so lost without him if anything happened to him if we let him out.

Any advice guys. (Dilemma)!

Edited By: cath1510 on Apr 23, 2011 01:10
1 Like #17
in about 15 minutes im going to bed, no cat yet. Our last cat, we lost her too (kitten actually) looked all round the house, walked the streets for 3 hours.

The wife took our Daughter to bed in tears, she was so upset at losing her wee friend.

All of a sudden, out of the blue, they heard a scratching noise, then little yelps. The wife called me upstairs, and we finaly found the kitten trying to escape out of the closed drawer it had been sleeping in for the past 8 hours.
#18
starsparkle2311
Your cat will come back, it's summertime. As to cath, if you want a house cat you have to decide pretty quick, because once you let them out, that's it. You can't keep them in again. Well unless you have a big house and you don't mind it being scratched to bits,lol. Keep them away from windows too, that will just torment them, my cat mimics birds, think all cats do, he sits on the windowsill and everytime he sees a bird he starts tweeting, quite cute, until he gets out and drags one back in the house, don't get me started on the mice.
:| keep him away from windowsills! but thats where he sits! am I doing the house cat thing all wrong? :(
#19
Have you tried facetiming kitty?
#20
generaloneill
we have tried the treats at the door, i have a laser level, but our nosy neighbour sits in front of her window all night with the curtains open and would stand up and stare, lol.

Naked? If so what's the prob?

Cath, you keep a cat locked up then just shoot yourself and let the cat go to someone who knows thier nature, they must be let out, preferably with a cat flap. We've got 5 and they come and go as they please, moved house and let them out on the third day. All ok and came back that night.

OP - hope she's back.
1 Like #21
Seems quite cruel to keep a cat locked up inside for its entire life. They are meant to be out exploring and catching things. Not much of a life if it is just cooped up indoors all day every day.
#22
my cat went missing once, my partners dad was fixing our bath panal on and he brought his dog with him so the cat was scared and must of run off, we waited and waited no sign then a couple of hours later we heard him scratching, he had only run under the bath and had now been sealed in lol we had to kick in the wood part at the end so he could get out. my other cat went missing when we moved same reason dog being here, he had run behind the plasterboard what was infront of the fire, he came out covered in soot. cats are funny little animals, i dont have any now :(
#23
Just wondering if op,s cat eventually turned up ??.....................hope so :3
#24
No cat yet unfortunately :-(
#25
Hope she comes home soon......we live on a main road so ours is a fully indoor cat and he's as happy as Larry.
#26
generaloneill
No cat yet unfortunately :-(



Aww sorry to hear that , fingers crossed she will appear soon !

Our neighbours cat went missing for a while and turned out it had gone into someones shed while it was open and mowing the lawn , the poor cat was stuck in there for over a week until the neighbour decided to mow the lawn again , probably common this time of year and with the nice weather !
#27
oh hope she is back soon-the cat we have now was a house cat peviously and was afraid to go out-after going out just once she actually scrapes the door and screams and howls to go out now. I couldnt keep her in.

I think its quite common for them to disappear and return tho xxx
1 Like #28
Op we have 5 cats (no 6 coming in 2 weeks). One of them, a little girl of 2, will often disappear for a couple of days and then come back and eat us out of house and home, she has done this from a very early age.

I know its worrying but I am sure she will be back x
#29
Sorry your cat has not returned yet OP, Keep an eye out for it, fingers crossed for its safe return!
#30
Im sure the cat will turn up when hungry, we usually just let our cats out for most of the day and keep them in at nite,due to the foxes in our area.
banned#31
Ours disappeared for 3 days when she was young.I thought she was a goner and was very surprised when she eventually turned up.
Have faith!
#32
Both our cats live outdoors and although they scream every now and then to be let in lol they cant get out again quickly enough :D We live by a main road but they're pretty canny and we've been here 4 years now with no probs ... cats shouldnt be kept indoors really but if theyve never known any different and they have plenty of stimulation then they should be ok. We have foxes and rats as we're pretty rural here but the cats seem to deal with them all ok ... though the half a rabbit that was sat outside my front door yesterday was pretty gruesome :( - especially as 1 of the cats was sitting over it tucking in !
#33
OP is she back yet?
banned#34
#35
Update, still no cat, been out twice looking, thankfully the weather has dried up again for her.

Going to put her food dish out overnight on the off chance she is hungry. Trying to be positive about it. OH is thinking she has been catnapped. Im trying to think she is just out having a good time in these conditions.

Thanks for all your reassuring comments tho, really nice :-)
#36
Any news yet op ??.........poor little kitty must be getting hungry now , ..........i do hope she is okay x
#37
back yet?
#38
Not yet, food dish is outside with the porch light on, so if shes in the area, she wont go hungry.
#39
generaloneill
Not yet, food dish is outside with the porch light on, so if shes in the area, she wont go hungry.



Aww must be so upsetting for you and especially the kids .........hope she turns up safe and well , little minx , lol x
1 Like #40
op... am I wrong on this, I have two cats, 1 male, 1 female... caught the only other male cat near us *cough* 'getting to know' our female cat a week of two ago... soon broke up a really violent fight in our back garden a few days later between the males...
following weekend, got a flyer through the door.... missing cat!!!
Would you be happier knowing that I knew they had been fighting..... and would you tell the worried cat owner that they were fighting and ours chased him off or finished him off... or would you keep your gob shut and see if one of the damn kittens looks like Derek??? :(

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