Every year, millions of dogs and cats end up escaping from their loving homes, and are never able to be reunited with their owners. While some end up being taken in by a good Samaritan and raised in a new family, others meet a more unfortunate fate, being euthanized in overpopulated shelters, or being forced to survive harsh conditions out in the wild.
Most often, a furry friend that’s run away from home or has gone missing hasn’t done so out of a genuine desire to abandon you, but because of an external situation. Many want the chance to temporarily exercise their natural hunting, running, or chasing instincts in a way that extends beyond the boundaries, and simply wander too far in the wrong direction. In some cases, however, a cat or dog can take off in search of safety if there is a perceived threat in your environment.
One of the challenges of being a pet parent to a loving feline is the need to frequently answer one important question: “Where is my cat?”