Thursday, November 08, 2007

Day 11. No George

I went round four or five places calling and checked out a guy who is said to shoot round my nearby woods. It turns out I know him and he wouldn't have shot George. So that was reassuring.
I think George is dead otherwise he would have come home. I am way for three days and will resume this blog on my return with an obituary of his life starting with his arrival at my home.
Cellia, George's human.


  1. I'm anxiously awaiting to hear of George's wonderful life.

  2. I look forward to reading about George's life and am still praying.
    Take Care
    (Smudge's human)

  3. A friend's cat, Spike, who lives deep in the countryside in Staffordshire, went missing for seven weeks earlier this year. Finally his family spotted him sitting outside, thin and dirty but otherwise unharmed. He was very pleased to be back when fed and watered and fussed. No clue at all as to where he had been.

    I hope that George may still turn up safe. Not knowing is awful.

    Sultan & Simba's human


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