My missing 1 year old neutered cat

by Sharon Boyd
(Kent U.K)



My cat (Leo)who is a muched loved member of our family!! has disappeared :( he has been gone for 24 hours now and hasn't even been home for food. I also have a 1 year old female cat (LuLu) who has just given birth to 5 kittens. Leo and LuLu have always got along with no problems but now i am worried that Leo has disappeared because he feels left out. We live on quite large grounds which is surronded by lots of trees and a field as large as a footall field which means we have lots of fox's about. Leo is very tall and quite well built but i am worried that fox's may have hurt him. We have searced the grounds over and over with no joy :( Is this common for a neutered cat to disappear? or is it possible he is feeling lonely since the new arrival? We did make every effort to include him and make a fuss of him too. He is chipped and has had his vacanations. your advise would be very much appreciated. I miss him terribly!!!

Answer by KAte
well 24 hours is not a long time for a cat to disappear. cats will do this from time to time and go on a long wander.

There are some things you can do to try and find him though and I have written them on a specail page here

Don't worry just yet, my sisters cat went missing for nine days and then just turned up.

i hope you find him soon

best wishes Kate

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make sure..
by: Anonymous

make sure you dont leave too much food out other animal midht be atrackted to it my cat was mising for 3 days but she came back its ok to miss your pet

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