From the Melville Cat:
Well, this is awkward. It seems that I am missing.
I, of course, know exactly where I am. But Heather and Ray do not. I realize this doesn’t make much sense. But there you have it.
I am my own cat. Heather does her best to control my movements but she has always known that her efforts are ultimately futile. I go where I want, when I want. This is, after all, how I came to live with Heather in the first place.
At any rate, I cannot tell you where I am myself because that is how I roll. But Heather and Ray are worried about me — they haven’t seen me in more than a week. So if you’ve seen me or have some idea of where I am, maybe you could let Heather know by leaving a comment on this blog or messaging @2summers on Twitter or Instagram.
PS: You can see more photos of me on my own Instagram account.
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Smokey is making light of the situation. But the truth is that we are really worried about him. We live on 6th Avenue in Melville, toward the end of the street near Main Road. If you’ve seen an all-gray cat anywhere in that area lately, please let me know, and spread the word to others who live in the area. Smokey is micro-chipped but he refuses to wear a collar.
Smokey, if you’ve decided to relocate, that’s fine. I totally understand and I’ve always known that this is your way. I just want to make sure you’re alright.
UPDATE: The Melville Cat was found.