Gordie can be shy at first but loves attention and crunchies. He's a tuxedo kitty with white chest and 4 white paws. He was run off by dogs who got away from an inexperienced pet sitter. He's mocrochipped.
Put out his litter box,smelly food,pieces of your clothing.
Make a chum trail with used litter or wet food in a gallon of warm water.
Check consistently garages,sheds,basements,secluded spots,under porches and vehicles.
One of mine ( indoor) hid 5 days in a neighbor's basement. Had looked there several times.
Go out at night with a flashlight and call him. Go repeatedly,especially late at night.
Get a humane trap.
Alert shelters.rescue groups.groups that feed feral colonies,vets.
Check with them regularly.
Prayers he is soon home and safely INSIDE.
Look for him when its quiet, 2-4am. If you have a Ring doorbell
or security cams, check them as he may be coming around when you dont see him. If he darted into a stormdrain for cover, check the stormwater ponds near your home. Cats often follow storm sewer lines (not to be confused with “sanitary sewers”) which are like underground highways leading them to outfalls in retention ponds or even creeks. Check those areas. Get flyers up with his photo and your contact info immediately. Offer a reward, no need to post and amount, just that theres a reward for SAFE return. He’s worth a $25-50 gift card. Let neighbors know youre looking for him. Explain that he was chased by loose dogs and may have sought refuge in their shed or garage. GO to the shelter (dont just call) and see if he’s been picked up. SO GLAD to hear he’s chipped!! That greatly improves his chances of coming home. Put his used/dirty litterbox outside, it’ll help him find his way back. If he played with a laser pointer, take that and a flashlight with you at night. He may come of of hiding to chase the red dot. Use the flashlight to look for reflective eyes in shrubbery, under sheds, etc. (no laser lights in eyes please). If you know anyone with trail/wildlife cams, put one or 2 in the yard. He may be coming around at night and you need to know that. Above all, be relentless, dont give up on him! He’s beautiful, I adore Tuxies, please let us know when he comes home. Good luck❤️