I've been looking for my baby for almost 3 weeks now. He went missing on the night of March 29th. We live in an apartment complex at the end near the street so it is possible he might have crossed the street at night. I also noticed the week after he went missing that there seemed to be more stray cats around our building than usual. I'm not sure how cats behave in heat, but my kitty is neutered though I heard that even neutered cats go after female cats in heat. My mom thinks he might have gotten into a fight and lost which I don't know is a thing or not. Do cats ever give each other fatal injuries when fighting over territory? I've checked all over the complex and set up flyers and I haven't seen any sight of him in any hiding places he could be in. I like to think the chances of him getting picked off by a predator were slim even that late at night and I saw no signs he was caught in a car accident, but that just makes me wonder what could have stopped him from coming home (he's an indoor-outdoor cat). Does anyone have any idea where a cat could have gone under those circumstances? My kitty is 13 years old and kind of skinny which has my mom thinking he won't come back and she's been crying over it like he's already gone, but I'm trying not to lose hope. I've heard of stories about cats missing for months that came back home, but it's still hard to not imagine the worst might have happened. I'm hoping some tips here can give me a lead as to where to look or what to do next. One more thing, we live near quite a few other apartment complexes and I checked them for him, but I still haven't found any sign of him. I'm gearing up to set up flyers in these other complexes as I have yet to do that cause I wanted to make sure he wasn't hiding somewhere in our complex first you know. How should I go about setting up more flyers to ensure people see it?