Our neighbours cat has been locked in our house by accident all day I've had a good look round and can't see or smell an

Asked by Member 1069586 on Nov 9th 2011 in Answers
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Izadore (Izzie)

If there is an opening in a wall, say an uncovered heating or air vent of any sort, a hole in the wall, etc., if the cat was scared or extra-curious, it's quite possible the cat is inside a wall and hopefully not stuck. You can try putting bowls of wet food around to see if you can coax her out. Listen carefully, especially at night, for meowing or scratching or sounds of movement. You may also enlist your neighbor's help as she will recognize their voices.

Izadore (Izzie) answered on 11/9/11. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 1 Report this answer


I think maybe you mean that you don't see or smell where it went potty in your house? If it peed, you would probably smell it clearly. Especially in a house that doesn't normally have a cat stinking it up. If you do smell something and just can't find it, if you have or can borrow a black light and go around with it in the dark, any cat pee will glow. Cats can go that long without going potty though. If he is normally trained and knows where he's supposed to go, he probably held it until you let him out.

Allie answered on 11/10/11. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer