Yay - she came home by herself last night. A little bit dirty and dusty but in good condition. Thanks for your replies!
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I am so sorry to hear that, hoping that your cat will come back soon. Once our pet has lost for a week and we looked her here and there, we got nothing and decided to give up. She went back eventually on a rainy day. All of us feel so happy! So I do believe your cat just goes somewhere to have a fun, she will back as soon as she has enjoyed herself well.
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