After being evicted from my apartment after losing my job and not being able to afford the rent, I moved into my car as I had no where else to go. Naturally I took my baby, my 16 year old cat Megan with me. I would not go into a shelter and give her up - I recently lost my mom, my sister moved 2000 miles away. Anyway at some point about 6 weeks ago Megan got out of the car. I dont know where as I didnt see her but walked streets searching constantly. I had an ad in the paper but took it out as I am now in a shelter and if I found her again, I would have to give her up and it would kill me. Plus I couldnt find anyone to take her. I feel guilty for giving up but have been trough so much I don't have the energy to be on this emotional rollercoaster. Any support would be appreciated. I cry for her, pray she is OK. Don't know what else to do.
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