Our beloved cat Sara has come away with a harness and leash.
We were walking with her, just outside our house, when she slipped away.
After that we have not seen a glimpse of her.
She finds home because she has been out every day and “aired” herself.
We have been looking for her for several hours over two days.
We have also called the police and the cat emergency service.
Put out an ad and notes, called at neighbors.
There are no traces of her!
What may have happened to her?
Is she stuck somewhere because she has a harness + leash?
How long can she survive then, given that the nights are cold.
We have had the patio door open for her to enter.
This will be her third night out.
How long should we continue to look?
Yes, it was a sad event! I hope the cat has recovered by now!
You have really done everything in your power to find her.
I think she’s near where she’s used to going for her walks.
Either she has been scared and hidden or she has got stuck just as you think. She may also have climbed a tree.
It’s spring now and she may have been chased by other cats.
Of course, you should not give up the search, but go out and search and shout. It’s good that you have the patio door open so she can get in.
Put food on the patio if she gets there during the night. There is of course the risk that other cats will eat it. Do not give up the search!
Maybe she could have been trapped in an outhouse, basement or something else? Could she have been hiding under a porch?
Walk around to the neighbors again and ask. Do you have a local or local radio station in your district? In that case, ask them to go out with a call.
I think she’s doing pretty well outside even when it’s cold.
A cat can do without food for several days as long as it can get water.
There is always a water kiss she can drink from. Do not give up but keep looking. Good luck!