"Grey has not come back for four days. We miss her so much. She is only one year old. We are so worried about her. Please call or text Tina 510-822-1020 if you have seen her. Thank you so much!"
AREA LAST SEEN
San Ramon, CA 94582
ADDRESS LAST SEEN
Jasper St near East Branch Park
DATE LAST SEEN
June 6, 2022
2 months ago
Cats (if they are indoor cats) are usually close to home. (Within 5 - 6 houses away). After checking all possible hiding places in your home, hang clothes with your scent out. Scent only - no food. Ask your neighbors if they would look in their yard or garage to see if she is there or check their Ring camera to see if she was spotted on camera. Post fliers with your contact information on it/ post fliers around neighbors' mailboxes so if she is spotted they can call you and tell her location. Keep an access point open for her to slip back in your home. Look in bushes or hiding spots around your home as if she is scared she will make herself safe by finding a hiding spot. Someone posted that they found their cat in a tree - meowing softly. Sometimes the best time to find your cat is when the noise level is low - after hours - or early morning hours. Take a flashlight and look for the shining eyes. Good luck.