Yep, that’s me. Two beloved pets, cats, have gone missing in the last six months. Vanished. No sign of them. They’re not unusual cats, a grey tabby and an orange tabby. They were both fixed, so no hope of breeding them. Nothing.
My two sons are not visibly upset, but I know they must be.
Hobbes (orange tabby) hadn’t been around long, but he was a cutie. We’d had him less than a year and he vanished late last year.
Duchess (grey tabby), on the other hand, had been with us for close to five years. She was a bit aloof, but loved getting attention first thing in the morning. She disappeared a couple of weeks ago. We put her out one night and never saw her again.
It’s a pure mystery. We’ve looked around, but with no luck.
These are the third and fourth cats we’ve had since we moved in. Two were bought with the house – haha. One we found dead. The other also just stopped showing up.
Do coyotes eat cats?
Are certain cats more likely to stay is a certain area (i.e. not roam outside of our yard)?
We will be in the market for a new kitty here soon. I need a good mouser. Are certain breeds better mousers than others?
Of course, I ask all these questions, but in the long run it doesn’t matter. We will be adopting from a local shelter, so will take what’s available. 🙂
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I’m so sorry, Ginger. I can’t imagine how upset you must be, or your sons. Sending you hugs and best wishes to find another sweet blessing to add to your family.
Thanks Dora. We’re in the process of looking now. There are so many kittens at the shelters. It’s so sad.
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