Hi Dawn and all Purrs Folk
Dawn, I have been looking at all the "green corridors" and I'm going to try Grange and North Road, he was seen heading through the fields when he first went missing, up toward the allotments at the top of Windmill Lane, from there he could have crossed the road to Grange or headed right on through the Widmer Fields along North Road. What do you think? Possible? Anyway we will leaflet there over the next few days and see if we get any luck. I think the flats have post holes in the lobby or something but you're right I can't see them either.
I am also going to give the milkman and the postman another leaflet each to see if they can help.
Well, the big news of the day is that we just went to view the tabbies (two boys) that we have been waiting for ages to be ready to adopt, they are still underweight but have started to eat and are nearly ready for 1st vaccines. They are 9 weeks old and just adorable but very teeny still, they look around 6 weeks only. They were not feeding at all well before but they're getting there and wow, they are so playful and rushed around with their sister into everything and very sociable already, ermmmm we couldn't leave the little girl, she loves her brothers and sleeps curled up with them and she looks like she stepped off a chocolate box so we have reserved her too - our kids are all grown, only one left at home and we love our feline friends so much that another 3 makes no odds - our three old lady cats will snip and gripe for a couple of days then say oh well mum and dad brought in more waifs and strays and we were like that once! We will collect them as soon as they are ready perhaps another 10 days or so!!
I'm more determined than ever to get my boy back now so he can come home and play with these three beauties, hopefully they will occupy him enough that he won't leave again, he was getting bored with the three old girls. Once they are home and settled we'd love you to come and visit them Dawn.
I will let you know how the new leaflet drop goes.
love and hugs