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2 Nov 2010
I am heartsick today. Our sweet cat Lindy has been missing for 3 weeks. Last week a lovely lady called and said that she had found Lindy. I raced over to her house and she showed me this poor, beat up, skin and bones, male tabby cat. Definitely not our female Lindy. I went home but couldn't stop thinking about this poor skinny, one eyed, cat living in her bush. I called her the next morning and asked her what she was going to do with the cat. She didn't know but she definitely didn't want him. I decided to take him home and care for him the way I would want someone to care for Lindy if they found her. Well, we have all gotten so attached to him. I have put up posters, put his picture on Craigslist, and called all of the humane shelters and vets around us. Noone has claimed him.

Today I took him to the vet and found out that he is FIV positive. I am so upset. We have another kitty in the home and I still believe that Lindy will be home soon. The new cat, Mike Wazowski (the one eyed monster in Monsters, INC) has just settled into our family beautifully but I am worried about the FIV. How will I find him a home now?? He is not the most attractive guy (missing an eye and all), he is FIV +, and he is only "mostly" litter box trained.

I am heartbroken. . . I want Lindy back, I want Mike Wazowski to be healthy, and nothing is working like it should.
1 Nov 2010
Our beloved cat Lindy has been missing for three weeks. I can't believe it has been that long. We are having a terrible time finding her, despite numerous sightings in our neighborhood. I have read so many sites with ideas on how to find her but no luck. I am hoping that someone here has a new idea.

Lindy's story: We adopted her from the shelter a year ago. She is love bug like no cat I have ever seen. She was at the shelter for 8 months before we adopted her. She came into the shelter a pregnant stray. The shelter thought that she had been out for quite a while when she was brought in. Since we have had her she would go outside and roll in the sun on our deck but never wander far. She is soooo attached to me and when she disappeared I was gone on a 10 day trip but my husband and kids were at home with her. It haunts me to think that she is somehow looking for me.

We have gotten over a dozen calls from people in our neighborhood who think that they have seen her but she is never there when we race over.

What I have done to find her:

I filed a missing report with area vets and shelters. I have also been going to the shelter twice a week to look for myself. (she is microchipped, so that should help)

We have posters up in our subdivision and the three that surround us. I had these laminated so they are wearing well.

We emailed everyone in our subdivision a picture of her.

We put out food every night (not eaten)

We have set a humane trap in the area where she has most been sighted. I have caught raccoons and possums but no Lindy. Plus, (this is strange) one night the blanket in the cage had fur on it but the trap was still open. The fur would be consistent with her but could also be the same color as a possum (do they have fluffy fur like a long hair kitty?????).

I don't know if I should follow the ideas for an inside cat or an outside cat since she has been both in her lifetime.

If nothing else, I would love some prayers to be sent her way so she knows that we are frantically looking for her and want her back more than anything.



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