It’s now been almost a month since my little Gracie went missing. It will be 30 days on Tuesday. I know I try to keep this blog positive and upbeat but I’m having a hard time right now and really trying to find the positive in all of this. I can say for sure that the outpouring of support that I’ve received from my friends has been outstanding. Both in real life and my online friends.
I’ve enlisted the help of a professional cat finder by the name of Jenne Mundy. She is an expert in diplaced cat behavior and is giving me superb advice as far as what I need to do to get my little girl back. So far, her advice has been spot on but Gracie is a very cautious kitty and not going into the trap that we have set up for her. Jenne has been with me every step of the way, reassuring me that all of this behavior is normal and that I shouldn’t give up hope. Gracie did leave me a “present” in the driveway about 2 weeks ago which is good news – it means she’s still nearby and that she’s doing ok. She comes by my window almost every night – I can tell because my other cat Peanut jumps up off my lap and goes and meows at the window to tell me someone else is out there.
I ask that anyone reading this please send positive energy and thoughts that Gracie comes home soon. Pray if that’s your thing. Send positive energy if that’s your thing. Send messages to Gracie if that’s your thing. Whatever your thing is, I ask for it for myself and my little girl. I miss her terribly and it’s time for her to come home.
Thanks and peace,