Update: Owner replied to me and say that their cat, Rompee, is back home already!
Well, maybe i saw the wrong cat, and Rompee was already back home all along, or maybe they had found the cat!
Either ways, super glad the cat's back home!
Home is always the awesomest! Hope Rompee don't lari-dari-rumah again, hehe! XD
A few weeks ago, i think Wednesday 12th August 2009 to be exact, i received this coloured print-out at the mail box, about a missing Persian Mix (a type of cat).
It was written "Missing as of Monday, 10th August 2009".
I think it's around two weeks now?
Just now on my way home, i *think* (80% confirm) i might have saw the cat near my house. So of course, i called the number they provide (called home to get the number). Nobody answered when i called the handphone, so i called the house phone. Someone who i assume to be the helper answered, so i told her i think i might have saw the cat.
She sounded happy, and said they are coming now.
So i waited.
3-5 minutes? No appear.
The cat then ran into the longkang, so i called the house again. The same person answered, this time no anxious voice or whatsoever, so i said the cat had ran into the longkang and asked them to bring cat food as well.
She said "ok ok, thank you."
So i waited.
So i left liao.
Come on lar, i must've waited a good 10-15 minutes there, and NOBODY CAME (btw they stay nearby, i know one). And the mosquitos are having a freaking buffet!!
So i send a message to the handphone number, and left.
It just makes me wonder, so the point is DO YOU LOVE YOUR CAT OR NOT?
Do you even want her back?
Is 2 weeks so much to you that so you choose to forget your cat?
If you don't care about the cat so much, WHY DO YOU EVEN BOTHER PRINTING THE NOTICES? You only care about her then?
AND COLOURED ONES SOME MORE!!
And if you really don't want the cat, DON'T LAR SAY YOU COMING JUST ASK ME TO LEAVE!! I KENA BITTEN BY MOSQUITOS OK!!!
I think it just makes me angrier because i myself seriously hate irreponsible owner. I guess there is a lot of "doubts", but i choose not to give them the benefit.