MIA (27/365)

Project 365 // Day 27

27-365 09272011

Fluffy is nowhere to be found.

He’s a 17-year-old de-clawed indoor cat. Without his collar on. This can’t be good.

When I went down to feed Fluff on Sunday night, the 25th, he didn’t come running. I didn’t think too much of it. I was tired and I just put his food down and went to bed.

Monday morning I had forgotten all about the fact that he didn’t come running. I went to work and didn’t give it a second thought.

Monday afternoon my wife asked if I had seen Fluffy recently. I hadn’t. Last time I know I saw him was Saturday night.

No signs of him end of day Monday. I cleaned out the dish of uneaten food and put it back.

No signs of him Tuesday – the date of this photo.

No signs of him Wednesday, or Thursday – the date of this post.

I don’t have much hope that we’ll see him again.

I don’t know how he got out. Heck I don’t know for sure that he did get out. But if he was in this house – gulp – dead, we’d have caught a wiff of him by now.

If he did get out, I don’t know if it was just to go out or if he was going to off to find solitude leading up to the end. I just hope if he is gone for good things ended peacefully.

Miss you dude.

0 thoughts on “MIA (27/365)

  1. I am sorry to hear about Fluffy. Just to be sure though you should check all of your closets (on the floor way in the back). I found two of my cats there when it was time to say goodbye.

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  2. Sorry to hear that. We have a 15-year-old cat who was on death’s door last week with paralyzed back legs. It looks like he might pull through and regain mobility. I was really afraid I’d have to say goodbye. After all these years of his love and company, that’s something I just don’t want to face. Hope you find Fluff.

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