From: Mass. USA. now in OHIO
I spent all day Saturday in my friend's neighborhood near Inverness searching for Jojo.
I must have hiked 6 miles walking the loop around his neighborhood over and over again calling her name.
I posted fliers and put one in every mailbox.
No one I talked to had seen her.
Across the street to the north from my friend's house is the neighborhood cat lady who currently feeds 8 strays.
She had not seen Jojo.
Jojo likely struck out to the south, headed for home across 90 miles of Florida wilderness.
I confirmed that the contact info on her microchip is up to date and alerted the monitoring company.
Having already alerted the animal services in each county between here and there, I'll now follow up to alert the SPCA and Humane Society shelters and the Friends of Strays organizations in each of those counties.
There is nothing more beyond that I can do beyond that and have to accept that the rest is in God's hands.
The grief and guilt are absolutely overwhelming.
I'm going to have a very hard time ever going back to my friend's place to stargaze again.
Hans, I don't know what to say. If I had lost one of my cats, I don't know what I would do. A few years ago, when I moved out to Columbus, I was alone pretty much all of the time. But when my wife brought our 2 cats out to me they saved my life. I was depressed until then. The cats know when you need them nearby. I let my wife read your post and she had a tear in her eye. I hope for the best for Jojo and you....GP
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