Some context is needed. I literally just lost my beloved cat; he was a guest at my parents' home while I was traveling, and went missing the same day I left him there. So, while thinking about a guest page, I had this idea for a little tribute to the silly feline. I hope Zero Hour's Harold gets along with cats.
UPDATE: Mordicchio has been spotted. I know he's alive and well, but he's hiding in a corn field and although I spent the morning trying to lure him out, I was unable to find him. Problem, I live in a different town and even if someone sees him and calls me, I'm still 20 minutes away by car. XD
glad your cat is alive, i hope you'll get him back
I've got an agent on site. A kind elderly lady will try to befriend him and catch him for me. He already eats the food she leaves out for him. I can't be there every day, so this looks like the best tactic. ^^;
this is so warm and adorable
Thank you. It's rather different from my usual stuff, but I miss the silly kitty.
i can only imagine. i would go nuts without my cat haha
i think your expressive warm touches are present in your other work too
Any update on your cat?
We had a similar experience when our cat went missing earlier this year and some of the neighbors said they spotted him, but it was in the middle of a big winter freeze and we were so worried. He came back almost an entire month later, all skin and bones, but even knowing your cat is alive, it's still scary to have to worry something will happen to him, so my heart goes out and I hope he comes/came home safely.
There's different things they say to do... leave the cat's litter box outside so they can smell their own scent, search for them at night since cats seem to feel safer coming out of their hiding places at night...
And of course,the comic itself is adorable ^^
My problem is, my cat run away from my parents' home. It's in a different town.
And he's wandering around the town borders, probably sleeps in some farm. People keep calling me, they usually see him around sunset but I'm still 20 minutes away and every time I go there he's nowhere to be seen. Food isn't a problem because I know some ladies feed stray cats and there's plenty of pigeons to catch, just no one managed to get close enough to capture him.
I don't know why he's avoiding my parents' home, since he's still not far and he has been there before with no problems.
That's good that he's getting fed and that you have people keeping an eye out for him. I wonder if he would go to your parents house if it had more familiar scents there or something... I would be tempted to even suggest renting a humane cat-trap to get him home. All the same, good luck!