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Okay, female cat in heat now she is gone. Help
I'm going to elaborate from my last question. This stray female has been at our house outside for a year now and she is in heat and now she is gone. The food I put out this morning is still there untouched, and no sign of her anywhere we live in the country. I usually see or hear her everyday. She was jsut here yesterday. I have no idea when she left. There was a few kernals of food left from yesterday. Don't know if she finished it last night or early this morning. It snowed this am at 6:30 but there are no signs of fresh tracks to so which way she went, but she is gone for now. I can't take her indoors because I have 8 cats since they were kittens and they are 10-12 yrs old, and very territorial.,They are all altered since forever. I will trap her and get her fixed asap when she comes back. They can abort pregnancies in cats, I had to do that once. This has been her home, with food and warmth and shelter in the barn for a year now? Do you think she will return. Miss her