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Animals In Print
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From 27 November 2002 Issue

Solution for Finding a Lost Cat?
 By L. French

Please encourage folks looking for lost cats, especially indoor-only cats, to sprinkle used litter in the yard and to "call" the cat after dark. 

My baby went missing Memorial Day afternoon and came home after I tried these tricks two days later. I felt like I was performing a voodoo ritual, but bless my baby's heart, she answered my first call at 11:00 PM. They are nocturnal and more likely to respond after dark. She is my heart and I can't tell you the relief that I've found her. I was beside myself with grief.

But she's home now. These tricks brought her back to me.

Please share this information.

L. French

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