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post #1 of 14
Thread Starter 
hi everyone..
need advice please,
i let my female neuted cat out saturday night around 11pm.called her to come in about half hour later.no sign of her .she sometimes stays out at night she is a great mouser.
anyway we havent seen her since ,she usually doesnt leave the garden.we live near a forest and are surrounded by fields .the grass on 3 sides to us is very long and would have been very wet the otherside is a field with short grass and a lane to the forest lots of trees around .my cat is nearly one year old.been walking the forest all day yesterday and since 430 am this morning ..we all realy sad especially my little girl who is expecting the cat to be here when she gets up.
i have heard boy cats usually roam but would my female cat do the same especially as she has been spayed,
sorry to ramble on but if anyone has been in this situation or could give advice it would be gratefully recieved..
post #2 of 14
Hi,
I am sorry your cat is lost, this has some good info. http://www.lost-pets.org/ it is a bit American but the basic things are the same here.
Good luck, I this helps and she comes home soon
post #3 of 14
Thread Starter 
thankyou my little girl is up out bed and crying. really sad .we all miss her.husband and pet dog in forest looking up trees .thanks for the site will put food ect out tonight.
post #4 of 14
I hope you find her soon. I am sending prayers and vibes to you all.
post #5 of 14
OMG I'm so sorry she's lost! I hope she comes home soon!!



Devlyn
post #6 of 14
Sending prayers that your little girl comes home soon!
post #7 of 14
Thread Starter 
great news twinkle found .

spent hours walking yesterday. found her about 2 miles away in a field near some old ruins.she heard us and started screaming her head off .thought she seriously injured .but she ok. as we have no neighbours nearby we live very isolated cant understand what happened ,something must have chased her.
anyway she home everyone happy .dog happy its her best friend.

thanks again for your concern.
post #8 of 14
I love a happy ending
post #9 of 14
So happy you found Twinkles!
post #10 of 14
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Originally Posted by shellyhul View Post
great news twinkle found .

spent hours walking yesterday. found her about 2 miles away in a field near some old ruins.she heard us and started screaming her head off .thought she seriously injured .but she ok. as we have no neighbours nearby we live very isolated cant understand what happened ,something must have chased her.
anyway she home everyone happy .dog happy its her best friend.

thanks again for your concern.




I am so glad that she is home.
post #11 of 14
Oh I am so happy you found her and she is okay!
post #12 of 14
Yay!! I am so glad she is home safe
post #13 of 14
Wonderful news; I'm really glad she's home.
post #14 of 14
I am so glad she is back with you!

To answer your question, it is indeed unusual for female cats to roam that far away. I think you can safely assume that she only got there by being chased and getting disoriented, or by someone taking her there and dropping her.

Since cats really don't have the same natural defenses outdoors as animals meant to live in the wild, it would be a good idea to keep an eye on your kitty for the next several weeks (or always) while outside, if you intend to continue letting her out. If there is a neighborhood predator around (a bigger feral cat, a dog, a mean neighbor) you will want to know about it so you can protect your baby, or you may risk the same thing happening again.

Good luck and I am so happy for you to have found your little girl.
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