Two Escapes Already


I knew it wouldn’t be long before Chris and Frankie figured out how to slip out the door in our new home. It happened on Thursday when both escaped on separate occasions.

I don’t worry about Chris because he is mostly interested in eating grass and hunting lizards. I do worry about Frankie because he is an explorer and I fear he will get lost in an unfamiliar neighborhood. We also live in a neighborhood where cats are not allowed outside. I am not sure you can legally allow dogs outside but not cats, even leashed cats, but I would prefer not to draw attention from busybody neighbors.

When Chris got out, I didn’t try to catch him right away because it was clear he was not interested in leaving the area. I probably should have, because before I knew it, he had a lizard in his mouth and was ready to go in. It was a real pain trying to get him to give up the lizard. Three or four times I got it out of his mouth, only to have get away from me and him catch it again.
I recorded the first attempt but had to put the phone down so I had a better chance of saving the lizard, which I eventually did with one slightly shorter tail.

When Frankie got out I was lucky. He was disoriented and while he was trying to figure out which way to run, I grabbed him and put him inside.

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22 thoughts on “Two Escapes Already

  1. catfromhell

    They is just trying to makes sure that yous gets exercise…. and if yous believes that, mes has some great beachfront property on Baffin Island…
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  2. onespoiledcat

    Uhoh………this is bound to happen in new surroundings….after all, “boys will be boys” !!!!! Good thing you were able to capture and release (back inside of course!).

    Pam

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  3. angelswhisper2011

    Granny does that to me too…but when there’s a frog involved, she get’s the broom and pulls me inside πŸ˜€ Glad to hear that the cats stayed near the house. Pawkisses for a Happy Day πŸ™‚ ❀

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