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One of our cats decided that it would ignore us when we declared that we were closing up. So the hapless cat was stuck in the barn/garage for 18 hours (unintentionally)

 

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If it's anything like our cats, it probably completely disregarded any notion of care for anything and slept 17 1/2 hours of it... :lol: At least it was warm! Assuming all was well when you went back in?
 

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It will come out on its own time. Ours seldom come in the house, but they did a lot when they were young. Once in a great while, one will run inside when the door is opened. It "disappears" for hours them magically reappears to go outside. It's worthless to look for it cuz it will go in places that we cannot see. :shock: :roll:
 

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I think yoda has been borrowing lives. We should have called him either numnutz or numby. Seems he runs into walls at a high rate of speed. Then again he might be blind in one eye. Our other cat is part coon. If she walks slowly he cant see her move when she is only 3 feet away from him.


my guard kitty.
 
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