Not yet. Yesterday I looked for them everywhere, but I only saw the kitten. She never came out to eat though, she must have lost her trust for me. I don't know what can I do to make her come out succesfully and be able to grab her. What I did the first time was put the can of food inside the kennel and she did eventually (after an hour) and I immeadiately closed it. Yesterday I did the same and she didn't budge. So if she doesn't come out (she hides under an abandoned house) I won't be able to get her. The mom I didn't see her at all yesterday. I am just hoping she appears today during dusk, which was always the time she would come out and ask for food. If she doesn't I will be so devastated. And if something happened to her it will be my fault. Because of my stupidity they ran away and now I feel responsible for whatever happens to them.
I have 5 cats inside the house. I did not bring them in because the vet wasn't sure if they were FeLV positive or not because the test had a faint mark on the leukemia part. She told me to take them back in 3 months to re test them and so they were going to be in my balcony until I was 100% sure they did not have the virus.
Not sure about that. I don't want to risk my cats by letting them get close to the others and possibly be scratched through the crate. They are fine in my balcony, I have fostered other cats there and never had a problem. It was just a mistake I made, forgot to lock the crate door.
I was able to catch both of them!!! I literally just get home, see the mom cat. It was raining heavily but I immediately get out of the car, go upstairs and bring a can of food with me. She was meowing really loud so the kitten came out looking for food as well. I was able to grab the kitten in a split second and then the mom! Now they are finally home again and tomorrow I will go early so they can take out some blood and send it to the states to get a confirmatiom whether they are FeLV positive or not. I am super worried but hoping for the best. Also, the Queen's breasts look much better now. I don't know how that happened but the swelling has gone down. Probably because she hadn't eat in almost 2 days? Anywho, I am glad they are safe and warm now.
Hopefully they are negative. I will tell you that sometimes kittens test false positive for about 6 months because they have their mom's immunities in them from nursing. The main thing is that neither shows any symptoms, which is a very good sign.
I have my fingers crossed hoping that they will be negative, so I can find them a furrever home soon enough. I will keep you guys posted when I have an update. Right now they are both resting after having a good meal. :heart2: