posted on Sep, 10 2013 @ 12:02 PM
reply to post by deessell
Don´t worry too much, the cat knows how to take care of itself.
You do have my sympathies, it´s a TERRIBLE empty feeling when they are gone.
I know, i have experienced it twice.
Now The Grand Master Feline is ten and much easier going, but about four-five years ago he went out during the winter for a month and a half and it
was -20 on centigrade (-4 Fahrenheit) outside.
Finally a lady from a local pet shelter called me (after i had pretty much lost all hope) and told me that somebody had found a cat fitting the
description i made on flyers and brought it to them.
And... there he was
All the fat gone, incredibly thin, yet purring like hell.
Now he´s asleep on one of my book selves.
But remember, IF a cat can find a place where it gets better food and is better treated,
IT WILL LEAVE YOU IN AN INSTANT!
They perceive themselves superior to you, and you should treat them as such.
SHRIMPS, i feed him SHRIMPS.
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