Look close to home, under porch, bushes, hedges, up trees and in garage yours and or neighbors. Our indoor only cat got out once and he was under our front porch which only had a crawlspace of like 3 to 4 inches, when they’re scared you can’t imagine the spaces they will hide in.
A neighbor named Laura called with a Ginger sighting. Either she got the number from WSB or from one of the flyers I posted in the neighborhood. She saw him a little over an hour before she found my number, and called to tell me where she’d seen him – a couple blocks from where he disappeared. So I hustled there, looked around, and found one wet, cold, dirty, scared Ginger, trying to take refuge under a bush. Feeling better after warm bathing, drying, and feeding him a little chicken broth.
Thank you TR and community so much for all you do for all of us!