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Milàn is Missing in Miami, FL

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PAWBOOST ID

69868508

NAME

Milàn

STATUS

LOST

SEX

Male

SPECIES

Cat

MESSAGE FROM OWNER

N/A

DESCRIPTION

Very vocal.Skin Tag in the left ear.His paws are very black.Active cat.And Happy.The first time he gets out and never see him again.American cat.

AREA LAST SEEN

Miami, FL 33175

ADDRESS LAST SEEN

Near and Coral Way

DATE LAST SEEN

December 19, 2023


Diana E.

5 months ago

Milan is a beautiful mackerel brown tabby cat. Are you saying he escaped the house for the first time? If so, please don't panic and understand Milan will not go far -- he's probably still hiding close to his escape route, too frightened to come when called or emerge in the daylight. Most of these cats will attempt to return on their own, usually within the first few nights if they believe it's safe (it must be quiet and still, and you have to remain indoors), but I see that window of opportunity may be closing. Although it's possible Milan will try to come home on his own overnight (so stay indoors after dark, keeping an eye on his point of escape) or you will find his hiding spot if you search as I will describe, your objective going forward will be to identify a place where Milan feels comfortable emerging at night for food. If you can lure him to a safe and quiet place to eat, he'll stay close and well nourished while you formulate a recovery plan. I've recovered many escaped indoor cats and will share a prioritized set of instructions, below. DURING THE DAYTIME alert nearby neighbors in case MIlan is hiding beyond your property (under a vehicle or structure, in a garage, shed, or carport, etc.) — ask if he’s been seen on security cameras at night or if anyone in the area feeds cats outside. Then don’t worry that you haven’t found him — cats are expert at hiding. Focusing your efforts close to home, search again during the day using a flashlight, but be quiet and discrete so as not to frighten him (shhh! tiptoe around — DO NOT CALL or shake treats) -- check every crack and crevice, look in, under and around sheds, vehicles, furniture, under foundations and porches, into trees etc. — but suspend searching just after dark to give him the chance to emerge for food. BEGINNING TONIGHT put something inconuous but comforting and familiar outside (blanket or worn clothing laid flat on the doorstep. — NOT a litter box, bed, trap, or anything obvious) to give Milan the confidence to come out of hiding, and place tempting food at his point of escape and in various safe and quiet locations at dusk (choose places where Milan will feel comfortable eating -- close to a foundation, under shrubs, inside a porch, shed or garage with the door cracked open, etc. — a frightened cat is more concerned with safety than food). Then remain inside overnight. If you see Esa approach your door be very careful not to startle him as you slowly and quietly provide a path back inside. Even if he doesn't come to the door, Milan's instinct will be to come out after dark to eat and once you know where, you can get him back inside. Please see my complete instructions (click on the link to the PDF, below) and tell me if you have any questions. Hang in there and let me know how it goes. https://www.dropbox.com/s/e63sos0yc7znlej/EscapedCat.pdf?dl=0&fbclid=IwAR1x5gw2G_RoxuSs2vJQ9ym-6PIC-5u10U5UPUO6IRaBaIRT40A_mozvkX4

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Isbel C.

5 months ago

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