I started taking care of 4 kittens back in 2013. I tried to have them adopted with no luck. I took a TNR course and was able to have them neutered. I also was able to obtain outdoor housing for them so they would be warm in the winter (on the cold snowy days, I brought them all in and put them in my spare bedroom). Unfortunately one just disappeared. I like to think someone took him in. I grew so attached to the other three, particularly the black one I named Jett. I wanted to adopt Jett and bring him in (I would have him come in from time to time but I already had a indoor cat and dog) but Jett and Baby were so attached outside and Baby really depended on Jett. My poor little Jett was injured last October, I don't know whether an animal attacked him or he got caught in a trap. He died en route to the Vet. I was devastated. I miss him terribly and wish I would have brought him in. I still have the last two of the litter, Dallas and Baby but now I haven't seen Baby in about 5 days. This is odd behavior for him because he just likes to hang around the house and stay on my porch. I'm really getting worried. I know the dangers of cats living outdoors, but I'm so sad right now. Does anyone else have outdoor cats? Has this ever happened?
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