Every Year, Thousands of Family Cats Don’t Come Home
What 5 Simple Steps Can You Take To
Guarantee Your Kitty Comes Home Every Night?
From: Jeffrey Harris
Unapologetic Lover of All Things Kitty
Dear Concerned New Cat Owner:
My name is Jeff Harris and I have something to share with you:
I used to lose sleep worrying our beloved cat wouldn’t come home – like literally lie awake in bed at night stressing over the worst case scenarios:
Is she alright? I think I saw some raccoons in the neighbourhood a few weeks back…
What if she’s wandered far from home and is now lost somewhere, scared and alone? How will I find her?
The road out front can get pretty busy at times. What if something terrible has happened?
When we first got her, considering how we’d get Sandy inside wasn’t top of mind. Like most new cat owners, I think we just kinda’ assumed cats knew instinctively how to do these sorts of things. We thought coming home for dinner was as natural for a cat as using a litter box or scratching the bejesus out of a once fine piece of furniture!
In those very early days, the thought of Sandy not coming back didn’t even cross our minds.
We quickly learnt though that getting Sandy to come home before sundown wasn’t always simple.
In fact, getting our cat to stay close and come home became an incredibly stressful chore…
Here’s a brief synopsis of “Life With Sandy” in those early days:
Every night at around six o’clock, we’d call her in for dinner (She’s always eaten at the same as the rest of us!). Now sometimes she’d come running to the front door. Other times she’d already be waiting just outside the door – ready to slip in as soon we opened it.
On the occasions she wasn’t there, we had a couple of tricks that helped persuade the little bugger it was “home time” now.
We always sent her out hungry, for example. The thought being that a hungry cat is more likely to come than one that’s already fat and happy. So extending this logic a little bit, we found crinkling her tin can of wet food sometimes resulted in an eager to eat Sandy running for home.
A couple weeks after we got her, not even the promise of wet food could get our cat indoors though.
This was brutal on me. It wasn’t that she didn’t come in at that moment that bothered me. It was the thought that she might not be in before dark.
We’d be sitting there, eating dinner as a family and Sandy’s whereabouts would be nagging at me. I’d often get up in the middle of dinner and go check to see if she had heard my earlier call and was now waiting at the door.
Then it would start to get dark and she still wasn’t home.
I worried that she wouldn’t come home before we went off to bed.
I worried about her spending the night outside in the cold and knew that I’d be up half the night thinking about whether or not she’d come home safe.
My mind raced with thoughts I knew would keep me from falling asleep later than night.
How will I tell our kids that the cat is gone? Will we have to make up a set of those “Lost Cat” posters you see around town and staple them to telephone poles in our neighbourhood?
Unfortunately as the weeks went on, this problem got worse. The speed with which she became more confident was incredible. It felt like every night she pushed the envelope a bit further, electing to stay out all night despite our repeated efforts to get her in.
She also started wandering further from home. I know this because I saw her one night. Coming home from the grocery store one evening around 9:00pm, Sandy’s eyes flickered in my headlights. She was blocks from where we live!
The nerve of this cat! What the hell is she doing way over here?! I mean, she’s smart but not that smart! What if I was going a bit faster and she happened to be on the road instead on someone’s front lawn?
It was around this time that I decided enough was enough.
If we don’t do something about this, she’s going to get herself lost or hurt.
I had to find a way to keep Sandy close to home and come in when we wanted her to. It had been only weeks since we first let her out but I had to nip this in the bud. For Sandy’s sake, and for mine!
Now before I tell you a bit about how we ultimately handled this issue, I think a little aside is worthy of some time.
Worrying about your cat’s safety and well-being isn’t uncommon at all. I like to bring this up because some folks think they’re being silly – losing sleep over a cat’s whereabouts. Quite the opposite is true in fact. It’s completely understandable. I’d argue that it also demonstrates a personal level of compassion and responsibility that is to be commended – something to be proud of even.
You deeply care for (even love!) your new pet. You want to do what’s right for her and you don’t want your family to suffer a heartbreaking loss. The thought of your pet going outside one day and not returning is terrifying. You may even lose sleep like I did thinking about how you’d handle it if she didn’t come home for dinner one night..
So do me a favor – Feel good about parking this idea that you’re needlessly worrying about the new furry member of our family.
Even though it may be true that most cats come home safely every night, it’s also true that thousands of them don’t.
If, for the price of a Tall fancy Mocha or Chai Tea Latte, you could help ensure the safety of your cat and the happiness of your family, would you be interested?
If you knew of a few simple things you could start doing right now that would help ensure your cat’s safety, would you want to know more?
We figured this out and now life with Sandy is wonderful and free of stress!
One of the many beautifully simple things I now enjoy is watching our cat lounge outside from inside the living room. We have this bay window with a bench in front of it that Sandy spends a great deal of her “inside” time hanging out on. The window looks onto our red brick patio and a small patch of grass. We have a flowering tree with a bird feeder hanging from it as well as a few rhododendrons. Now that Sandy is a well trained responsible young lady, she spends a ton of time just lounging on the pavers in the sun. She also seems to enjoy eating the grass – an activity we try and limit due to the fact that if she eats too much of it, it tends to come up later in the day (inevitably when she’s back inside).
The view from our living room has always been great. The fact that Sandy has been added to the scene makes it even more special!
Sandy’s current routine see her head out in the morning for a bit of patio time. I now have the pleasure of watching our kids pat her on the head as they rush off to school at around quarter to nine.
But the biggest benefit of all of this for me is peace of mind. I no longer worry about Sandy.
During the day, I’m able to focus better. My work and home lives are less stressful than they’ve ever been. There is no longer the nagging distraction in the back of my head asking, “Where is Sandy right now?”. I think my partner and kids would tell you that I’m easier to get along with now and smile more often.
At night, I sleep So much better. I no longer lie awake thinking of the worst case scenarios.
I know that silly cat is inside and I know she’ll stay close to home when I let her out tomorrow morning!
So how did we get this place?
Well it took a bit of work to find the solution but the reward was magnificent.
I want to share my method with you.
In this report for new cat owners you’ll benefit greatly from learning the following:
- How to avoid the one critical mistake that new cat owners make when first introducing their pet to the outdoors.
- Five simple actions you can take right now to ensure your cat doesn’t stray far from home.
- What really matters to your cat and how you can use this info to control the clever little guy!
- How to make your yard absolutely irresistible to your cat so she’ll never even think about leaving.
- A proven step by step system that will result in your cat coming home every night.
- A crash course in cat psychology. Get inside your pet’s head and see the world from their view. Learn how you can harness this new perspective to keep kitty safe.
- The five unique types of cat personalities and how to determine which one your cat possesses.
- How to tailor your actions and systems based on the wonderful uniqueness of your cat.
- Learn how to subtly influence your pet’s behaviour and have fun doing it.
My goal with this is to show you how to enjoy a more peaceful existence with your cat.
If you implement only a fraction of the tactics outlined in this book, you’ll find your cat’s behaviour changing in ways you might not expect or believe right now. And if you follow the system laid out in these pages, you’re in for an experience that borders on life changing.
I’m confident that this report will result in profound changes, but I also understand the request for a robust, money-back guarantee.
So here it is.
Read the book. Take a full 60 days to start implementing some of the tactics covered in the report. I’m not asking you to quit your job and spend all waking hours on this thing. Just practice with your cat for 10-15 minutes a day for a couple months. If you don’t see significant improvement in your cat’s behaviour, I’ll give you a 100% refund, no questions asked.
You can get the complete course today, for just $9. If even a single method outlined in this report results in a less stressful life for you and your pet, this is worth many times that.
No bonuses of highly questionable value.
No fancy graphic covers or ridiculous promises.
Just time-tested techniques to keep your cat safe, your family happy and your sleeps deep!