No Return

On Sunday I looked behind the back wall to the subdivision.  There is a strip outside of that between us and the highway so I walked that after work today.  It was an interesting walk. After the on-ramp ended the area narrowed to a v-shaped notch between a huge sound barrier wall and the houses raised above on the other side.  There are scattered trees and bushes (aided by discreet sprinkers) and the ground was completely covered by fallen leaves to about a half and inch.  Very quiet.

No sign of Julie for good or bad.

Davout likes the spot, except when the fan blows right on him.

We’ve all been a little subdued.

Just waiting and hoping.

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10 Responses to No Return

  1. Paws crossed that Julie comes home soon.

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  2. sunsetdragon says:

    sending prayers and good vibes

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  3. Jo Woolf says:

    Hoping and praying for a good outcome. Of them all, I would imagine he’s best able to look after himself for a long time.

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  4. We’re purring and praying Julie comes back soon! Hugs to all of you!

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  5. weggieboy says:

    Keep your hope up, and mostly that Julie is OK somewhere, perhaps in someone’s care while they try to locate his family.

    My sister’s going through this with her missing cat just now, and she has many friends and family helping by posting lost cat posters in the neighborhood where she now lives and the one from which she just moved (on the chance Sox ran back to his old, familiar home grounds).

    They’ve checked all of the shelters in the area, talked with neighbors and given them the posters, yet poor Sox (my sister fears) may have wandered into a wooded area right behind her new home, with terrible possibilities. However it all ends, though I hope you find him.

    This is my greatest fear for my cats, and the sole reason I don’t let them outside. Of course, in their case, they have no experience with roads and people other than me or people who visit me, so they’d be particularly vulnerable.

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  6. Hoping Julie returns home soon….I feel the same as weggieboy, it is my greatest fear about letting cats be outside too.

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  7. nadbugs says:

    With you, hoping.

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  8. Marc-André says:

    Oh no! I hope she will return soon 😦

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  9. Herman says:

    Come on, Julie… Come home soon!

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  10. kimkiminy says:

    Don’t lose hope. Give him at least a week or even two. Julie’s a warrior.

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