tale's a short and ultimately happy one, but without the information
I gained on your website last night, I might not have survived
it with any shred of mental health remaining!
just less than a year old cat Coco (on the right in the enclosed
photo, with his sister) ran out the door last night. Not having
seen your site yet, I tried to scare him in, and scared him over
the fence and out of sight!
roamed the neighborhood looking for him for about 4 hours, skipping
dinner. The kids screamed themselves to sleep, and my wife and
I slept hardly at all. If you're watching the news today, you
know that last night here in central Texas we had horrendous thunderstorms,
winds and hail (although no hail in my neighborhood.)
the kids were asleep, I searched Google for Lost Indoor Cat, and
came up with your site on the first try. How incredibly comforting
to learn in a few short minutes that he was almost certainly hiding
safely nearby and that, given his personality, he would not stay
in hiding indefinitely!
slept camped in the living room with the window open to listen
for yowls. Sure enough, I heard one at 6 am, and King Lear'd it
outside to find him. The rain had abated a bit, and he had emerged
from his hiding place and lowtailed it to the bushes under the
are the hero of this tale, as far as I'm concerned. The information
you gave me helped me approach the problem with wisdom rather