By cat_loser - 09/12/2016 01:29

Today, I agreed to catsit for a friend. Her cat rode back to my house sitting on my shoulder in the car. As soon as I opened the door, he jumped out and ran off into the woods. It's been 2 1/2 hours and not even food will entice him back to me. FML
I agree, your life sucks 8 673
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Losing your friends cat really sucks and I hope you get it back. However, it should've been transported in a kennel. Keeping a loose animal in the car, especially riding on you while driving, is dangerous, they hit you in the wrong place or freak out and it can cause an accident. A crate also would've prevented it from escaping when you opened the car.

Get ready to start apologizing to your friend. I'm with #6. Pets need to be transported in carriers to avoid this exact situation. Your friend should have given you one.

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What a catastrophe

What a terrible overused pun.

What a catastrophe

By now, he's probably is food.

What a catastrophe

I'm feline this category is going to be littered with the whole kitten caboodle of cat puns.

You're trying too hard.

Don't you think the "what a catastrophe" people are not trying hard enough?

There's a nice casual in-between which is just right. The catastrophe ones are worse though.

Losing your friends cat really sucks and I hope you get it back. However, it should've been transported in a kennel. Keeping a loose animal in the car, especially riding on you while driving, is dangerous, they hit you in the wrong place or freak out and it can cause an accident. A crate also would've prevented it from escaping when you opened the car.

what a catastrophe I've heard leaving out an article of clothing or a blanket from the cat's owner can help entice it back.

Get ready to start apologizing to your friend. I'm with #6. Pets need to be transported in carriers to avoid this exact situation. Your friend should have given you one.

Get your friend a puppy now.

Open a can of tuna - It works wonders with cats.