If your Animal goes missing its panic city. I know. Our cat Felix went missing on a Sunday afternoon for only 2 hours...and I was like...what do I do?
Yes I'm an Animal Communicator but Felix refuses to use telepathy to communicate with me. Lol. Everyone finds this hilarious because all animals (and yes even a beautiful tree, today) communicate with me. Yes this is a gift, but as I mentioned in a previous post, EVERYONE possesses this gift, it just needs nurtured and you must be open to receiving and be in the present moment.
What people don't realize is that when their animal goes missing and they naturally panic and are surrounded by negative vibes their animal can pick up on this energy and it pushes them further away. No one wants to be around negativity and animals are no different. Animals, just like us have a soul and are very sensitive. They have fears, loves, anxiety and joys. They have individual thoughts as well as collective thoughts. They also have free will.
All animals matter. I love dogs and cats, rabbits and frogs, but I'm going to talk about missing cats today because it's not unusual for cats to stray...more so than any other domesticated animal.
Why? Most (not all) cats are curious, adventurous and tenaciously independent! No matter how much they are loved, (our Felix is spoiled!) they have this innate gene that makes them almost impossible to hold down. This is nature at its craziest!
Cats don't mean to get in trouble (knocking stuff off a shelf, biting or clawing at you when you are petting them, or tearing around the house after midnight, or disappearing for days at a time no matter how much you love them). But they do do this!
This is merely instinct for many of them and yes, even messages for others. For example, Felix knocks stuff off the shelf when the weather is inclement and he can't go outside. I simply tell him I completely understand and if I could change the weather for him I would! This almost always calms him down. And I promise I will keep an eye on the weather and let him out when it's improved. Most days he throws himself on the floor meows a few times then he takes a nap.
Regarding a missing cat it's a bit more (a lot) emotional & stressful for guardians. Especially for those who have always been indoor housecats. It is heartbreaking and terrifying for most guardians. (By the way, we are not owners of animals, but merely guardians of them). There for them to love, nurture, protect and sometimes to guide. But not to own. You can not own a sentient being.
A missing cat can be a nightmare. But it doesn't have to be. Times have changed since I was a kid and cats wondering off was just part of growing up. Now entire communities, social media and agencies EVERYWHERE are there to be of service. There is even a search and rescue team out there nowadays. It's awesome. EVERY COMMUNITY has LOST & FOUND PAGES ON FACEBOOK & THERE IS THE NEXTDOOR APP AS WELL.There are even pet finders like Kimberly Freeman www.lostcatfinder.com (in the United States).
Plus, there are some simple steps to take in the immediate beginning to get a jumpstart on your search. IT TAKES WORK, PERSEVERANCE AND FAITH. AND HOPE.
The first thing you need to do is REMAIN CALM. Don't push your animal future away by negative thoughts. Keep positive and know that your animal is SAFE. He has great instincts that will guide him even though he is probably scared...but especially if he's adventurous! STAY POSITIVE.
MAKE A PLAN. BE LOGICAL. START AT THE BEGINNING. THE FIRST 24 HOURS IS CRUCIAL. KNOW YOUR CAT. KNOW YOUR YARD AND KNOW YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD. THIS IS WHERE IT ALL BEGINS.
I ALSO SUGGEST CONSULTING THE PROS. (LIKE ME) Friends are well-intentioned but can often be misguided and misinformed. I'm still learning after several courses and book readings.
NOW I AM IN NO WAY AFFILIATED with KimberlyFreeman, nor does she endorse me but I respect her work and support her efforts, she has been working for 11 YEARS helping people find their MISSING CATS.
I was recently gifted her MISSING CAT KIT and it's amazing. I suggest you watch her video and read her e-book. She even has templates for making brilliant posters that demand attention.
She DOES NOT ENDORSE ME, but out of her loving heart for animals has given me permission to share the link to her page and I strongly suggest you check out her valuable information especially if you don't know where to start!