Olivia has come home!!!!
I got a call while I was out that she had been seen going into the foundation area of the building next door. I got home later today, grabbed a flashlight and some dry cat food and went out. I set some food out and when I shined the light- there she was! Sitting pretty and glorious and wondering what had taken me so long with the food (or so that look on her face said).
After a few hours and the arrival of my partner, she stayed down there with food and I came up here to prepare warm things for her and I to sit there and wait her out. I got the call as I was prepping to make hot chocolate.
I did a working at Pantheacon during my presentation (which, by the way, the working wasn’t originally going to be for her) and the results are finally here.
Thank you all.
Thank you Bast. Freya. My Patron and Matrons. Thank you all for attending and feeding the working with your words and energy and presence.
She is home. My heart rejoices, and the pain I felt is remembered in glory.
Still no Olivia. At this point, my Beloved and I are hoping that someone has made her their kitty.
I keep checking around my neighborhood and looking in weird out-of-way spots. No luck. I continue to check with Animal Services.
May Freya and Bast keep Olivia safe always, and may Olivia return (sooner rather than later) if she is meant to be back with us.
I am sad to report that there is still no Olivia-cat. I have amazing neighbors who are offering great ideas and lots of help to search for her and that luckily, there has been no deceased animal pick-up matching her description! She hasn’t been brought in to the local shelters, but our hope is that she will be found soon.
I also want to take a moment to say that I have developed the infamously dreaded ‘con crud. 😦 Fighting for my health while looking for her has been a struggle but these things must be done.
I will be posting a big thank you in a few days for everyone who attended my workshops last week, along with the google group invite for the specific one that requested it.
I will say thank you! to all who attended.