I need some advice on cats right now, well I'm not a big fans of cats myself, but I started to like those little fuckers thanks to my gf, we even adopted a 3 months kitty. Anyways: >My gf had a cat before we got our little kitty, her name is Mandy, she is 1 and a half years old and she isn't very sociable, she sleeps something like 3 nights per week outside and all the other days with me and my gf inside, well on Thursday 31th we went out and slept outside, so Mandy had to sleep outside for 2 days (first time she spent so many time without seeing us, we usually see her during the day and afternoons) and today she disappeared, she didn't eat her food and there is no trace of her on our garden. Well I wanted to know if she is gonna come back, and how many days is "normal" for a cat to be outside its house, this never happened before so we are kinda worried >pic related
>sleeps 3 nights a week outside Cats should allways be kept indoors at night and when you aren't around, unless you have a catflap that lets them come and go as they please. Chances are a neighbour with more time to look after her has been feeding her and letting her in, she probably just thought "fuck it" since you don't seem to really bother with her and is living with them. Cats aren't stupid, they know a better deal when they see one. Try putting up missing cat posters, ask around the neighbourhood and check local shelters. If you do find her again, make sure you spend more time trying to socialise with her, and don't leave her outside for days at a time.
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