Jun 19, 2021

Saturday June 19th ~

 Don't let the sun go down without saying thank 
you to someone, and without admitting to yourself
 that absolutely no one gets this far alone...

Yesterday Arvid and I once again set out looking
 for MacGyver.  An hour and fifteen minutes later, no 
sightings.  We left.  I had already gone out two times 
prior to us going together. Not a sight of him.

I did not think a "stray" cats disappearance 
would affect me this much.  Well it has.  

I know cats can find their way back home. 
 Heard so many stories and living example of that 
is Victoria and Michael's kitty.  He was missing for
 more than a month in Norway.  We all kept saying ,
 "he will come back."  You see Loffen, their kitty
 had done it before, but not for so long.

Miracles of all miracles, Loffen came back home
 safely.  What I'm trying to get to is that in my heart I 
was hoping MacGyver would also be able to find his 
way home 🙏.  MacGyver only knew his little area 
where he lived, and never ventured too far from it.

In order for MacGyver to come home from where
 he escaped he would have to cross a busy road.
  He's never done that before.  He would have
 to climb a little hill where the wild dogs live.  

They are all terrified of the dogs because every 
so often the wild dogs show un in their area.  Those
 days the kitties hide  😢and never come for foodies. 
 They are more terrified of the dogs than of hunger.

This morning I went walking extra early.  The other
 kitties still need foodies.  Was planning on going out again 
looking for MacGyver in the area he escaped.  As I was
 giving food to Marbles, who jumps up but MacGyver.

I don't know how he did it, but MacGyver found
 his way back home.  He found Marbles and he's
 back in the safety of his own home.  I am 
just thankful, grateful and speechless.

Arvid is still asleep, but I know he will also
 be happy when he hears the news.  Sniff is also
 happily sleeping.  All is good on this extra
beautiful Saturday morning.  Thank you 🙏

Thank you.  I will forever be
 grateful to you for your help...