The following has been done:
Looking, yelling and calling - daily and at different times
Fliers have been taped to all neighbors doors in a mile radius
Fliers have been stapled to stop signs
She has been listed on Tabbyfinder
She has been listed on our County missing list
She has been listed on neighboring county missing lists
The Humane Society has been notified
Our vets office has been notified
Where we live - we live in a rural area. My house sits on 18 acres with my closest neighbor being my mom and dad. The other closest neighbors house sits on about 20 acres. We at least 1/2 a mile from a busy road. We do have trees lots of them and open fields. Meep weighed about 7 pounds - from what I have read she would have been too heavy for a Hawlk to have carried off and really too heavy for an Owl as well. We hear coyotees but have never seen one near the house and typically they dont come out and hunt in day light - with that said of the cats that are outside she would be the fasest and is quite skilled in tree climbing.
She is very friendly but someone would have to know where we live for them to come up and get her. I hope she has just wondered off while chasing a butterfly and gotten lost. Maybe some old lady took her in to feed her and shes liking it on the sofa. I dont know. All I do know is I miss my little red kitty on my bed at night. I miss her laying on me on the blanket "nursing" the blankie. I miss her and Tiny playing in the floor and her holding him down until he cries. He looks for her. WaterMelon looks for her. Man if cats could talk ...
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