I entered the home and she was close-by. I showed her the catnip toy, she smelled it for a couple seconds and grabbed it with her mouth and ran into the living room. She's rolling around and I thought that was the magic bullet but it only seemed to make her more wild and want to lunge at me.
I wanted to change her catbox in the bathroom so I went in to do so, shutting the door. When I came out she was rolling around - like wanting a belly rub and meowing but then she stood up and was blocking my path from leaving I kid you not folks. I had the laser mouse and used it to distract her and was able to leave by doing so. I also took the catnip toy as the package said not to leave unattended.
My friend remains in the hospital - Stage 4 lung cancer - bedridden. Can't even move in bed without his O2 going down. Constant O2 being given. He told me yesterday when I saw him: "I'm frightened and I want to hold my cat again. I miss my cat so much"
I asked him if one of his kids could put her in a carrier and bring him in to see her he told me "She'd never stand for that. It's bad enough wen I have to take her to the vet"
I'd think someone in the fam would get his cat and take her to their home. It's not 2-1/2 weeks the cat has been alone - I do not see it daily as wife also does - cat has ample food and water and I left her treats she likes as well.
I feel this is not good all the way around #$%^^#@!