1. Susan any luck since she was last seen eating on the balcony ?

  2. Ohhh noooo that is so sad. I hope you find him. I am a volunetter at the SPCA. Did they not advise you to not let him out unsupervsied for the first several months?
    It takes a cat awhile before they get familiar wit the smells and sounds of the new neighborhood.
    Don’t wait to put up flyers
    Also sprinkle his litter around your house up to the sidewalk – backyard – the scent may lead him back home
    leave some food out on your balcony for him as he may smell it as well.
    he is probbaly not too far.

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