Kitty still AWOL


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    Please give me any and all impressions to help me find my cat. Her name is Willow and she got out on 6/27. She is strictly an indoor cat. 1) what is she around 2) will she come home on her own, be found in my search or bought home by others? 3) when will this be over? 4) what can I do? I am so distraught! I don’t think I felt this bad when I got divorced lol!

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    Have you tried contacting local animal shelters, Humane Society, etc.? Possibly check with the city/county to find the best leads for missing pets? Everyone providing insight is basing it on what they are seeing at the time. The situation could be constantly changing.

    I sense that Willow is frightened. She has found a hiding place where she feels safe. She will venture out, but return to this hiding place when she feels threatened. She is having to resort to nature to find food.

    Sensing that she will be found largely due to your efforts as you continue to widen your search. Want to share a story of helping locate a missing neighbor cat many years ago.

    My neighbor’s (and friend) cat had been missing for a few days. She was afraid it would result in bad news. Her cat was friends with our cat. The cats visited together at each of our homes. Anyway, another neighbor said she saw the cat heading across the vacant lot behind our homes. I suggested we go to the next street over and start calling the cat’s name. When we got to the corner, the number 4 came to mind. Knowing full well that cats can’t count, I didn’t think much about it. We were calling for the cat and as we neared the 4th house on the street we heard loud meows. It turns out that he had climbed up to the roof of the house and couldn’t get down. We borrowed a ladder from the nice man who lived in the house and coaxed him down. He was fine, just hungry. He was rescued on Christmas Eve. Was truly a Christmas miracle.

    So any clues you may have, or whatever comes to mind, be sure to check it out. Continue to search where you feel she might be, calling her name. Sense she would respond if she hears a familiar voice.

    As a cat lover, I know the heartache you are feeling. Prayers are continuing for Willow’s safe return.

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    Thank you so much! A lady is in the process of moving in and said a cat stood up and looked in her window a few nights ago. The odd thing is I bought furniture at an estate sale there so wondering if she recognizes scent. Also the old lady who died was a sweet and gentle soul I’ve heard. Got an ad in paper tomorrow, lots of folks watching, groups all over and called every rescue and shelter around and vets offices too.

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    Been following all your posts about Willow. One more thought — can you go to the house where the lady just moved in? Go around the neighborhood and call for Willow? She wants to come home but she doesn’t know how to. She was spooked and she doesn’t know how to find her way home. You are definitely following every lead.

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    Yes, we do go driving and walking and call out for her. We walked property where there was a possible sighting

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    I did have a dream last night that she was found under a boat on land. However since I live at a lake, there are 100’s of boats in yards.

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    Visions and dreams that you are having of Willow might be coming from your intuition as well as her effort to communicate with you. Even though there are hundreds of boats on the lake, would it be worth it to walk along the shore and call for her? It is important to follow each and every lead, as well as your intuitive thoughts.

    Many Blessings–

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    I am still searching for my beloved kitty Willow. I am very ill right now. I have a disease I struggle with but I think the stress is bringing on a relapse. I need this to be over! I can’t function like this. Please pray for me to find her.

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    Continuing to pray for both you and for Willow!

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    Thank you Kathy!

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