Looking for Gino
Well, I think we've done everything we can to help Gino get back home. We hung flyers at some local stores and gave them out to the neighbors on our street and the streets across and behind us. We did a posting on Milwaukee craigslist-lost & found. We notified the local animal shelter. We have food and water out on the deck next to a cat carrier with my son's pillowcase in it. We sprinkled used litter from the upstairs box around the yard hoping he'll pick up the scent.
Gino was originally found on the streets of Chicago about 3 years ago when my son was living there. He was taken to a vet who found that he was microchipped, but they were unable to contact his owners, so my son kept him.
Tonight my son will go out again, searching yards on our street and in yards that back up to our street.
TCB has great power so please continue to purr for our boy to come home.