She was my neighbor's cat but she spent a lot of time over here in my garden and in my family room. My girls (dogs) loved her and Miss Moss my cat was willing to share her home. We were going to adopt her from the neighbors when they returned from their vacation. They were giving her up since their 1 year old child was suddenly allergic to cats.
I have not seen White Cat in over a week and they do not know where she is. This is the danger in letting a cat ,even one with front claws, roam. She could have been eaten by a coyote --we do have one in the woods behind some other houses in our development.
I have been to the shelters, put up signs, called vets and ER vets in area and no one has her.
I ve cried till my eyes are swollen and keep hoping she will turn up. She was such a loving and relaxed cat. I could cuddle her and dress her up in pretty collars and bows. I was going to get her micro chipped and keep her inside. She was going to have such a fun life with us.
I just hope someone took her in and that is OK. Please don't let your cats roam, please microchip them they are not disposable. she deserved better than this.
Have a Pink day!