Oh how I feel your pain! and anger!! I came home tonite to learn the young druggy people who moved out a few weeks ago threw their cat outside when they moved.
I live right across from the beach, there is so much traffic. I am concerned for it. It is only 6 months old.
The maintainance guy from my building is on the lookout for it also, as well as 2 of my neighbours. I got another lady who has cats and lives in another apartment complex to be on the lookout also. they all have seen him, but have been unable to get him.
I went out looking also. I am gonna keep an eye out all weekend while I am home. I left some food out hoping it will eat a little if it finds it. More than likely the rats will get to it first.
I just wish they had left it in the hallway or something. There are a TON of us in this building INCLUDING the maintainance people who would make sure it was taking care of.
It is a black and white kitty too which is my weakness. I do hope I can find it soon!! Not that I can keep it but I look at my 3 and I feel sick.
Anyway.....just some advice for you. Give the cat rescue societies a chance. Like the other person said, it is better to have SOME chance than none. Some people get cats in your area...you did!
He just may be okay. Than go egg/shaving cream your neighbours house.
They deserve it!
While I was talking to the other ladies in my building I learned that my next door neighbor in the apartment right across from mine who had a BEAUTIFUL Alaskan Malamute left him in THE CLOSET when she moved. Can you believe it?? She was horrible to him anyway. Never walked him----ever. He is a huge dog too.
The maintainance person found him 3 days after she moved. Good news is they took him to a local vet and he was adopted the very next day. He was truly a beautiful dog, I am not suprised at all he was taken so quickly.
People are just so stupid.