Oh Where, Oh Where Has Our Callie Cat Gone?

Play Please Copyright 2012 by R.A. Robbins
Play Please
Copyright 2012 by R.A. Robbins

Oh where, oh where can she be?

Our beloved Callie is missing.  I am heartbroken.  We have searched the entire house over and over, shaking the treat bag as we go and calling her name.  We have searched her favorite hiding spots and places she could be trapped.  All the cabinet and closet doors are open.  All day she has not come out for food or to use the box.

All we can assume is that she slipped past us as we were coming and going and got outside.  We are not sure when — sometime between 8 pm last night (5/14) and 10 am today (5/15).  We live in the country — there are predators and other dangers for a rather spoiled and protected house cat to face.

We have contacted the agency we registered her microchip with and they sent out an alert.   I printed out a poster they created for us and have several of those out.  We called our Vet and visited the local shelter. Our neighbors are looking for her.  We have pretty much done all we can for now.

I am sensing nothing from her.  Neither is Bob.

If you live in the Grove OK/Grand Lake area please keep your eyes out for our cute little calico with white paws and a white tummy.

UPDATE: Callie was found early Sunday morning (5/17) and is now recovering at home.  For more details  see http://espirational.com/2015/05/17/callie-cat-is-home/

15 thoughts on “Oh Where, Oh Where Has Our Callie Cat Gone?”

    1. Thank you Ute. We’ve been getting reports of sightings including one by someone who had her on his front porch. But by time we got there she was gone. We just missed her. All the reports are coming from the village, so hopefully we will have her back home today.

  1. I hope you find her soon. I know the feeling having had a similar experience though luckily the cat returned on her own after a day. I left the door open all day, though, and sat waiting or her. I certainly ope your cat turns up, too, unharmed.

    1. Thank you. Our first cat got out a couple of times and showed up the next day so I certainly hope that’s what will happen with Callie. But sitting here in the middle of the night listening to the owl in the cow pasture behind where we live and hearing coyotes yipping it’s hard to not fear the worst.

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