Thank you so much!!! I'm really pleased with the two of these pics (full body and head) she blends so well with the colors of the oaks and fence...I checked out the other features...wow, we live in such a beautiful world
Panya is the same way about petting - only when she wants it, but when she does it is a DEMAND! Our other cat, Tigerlily, when she was younger was always getting into scrapes but she's an old lady now so tends to be a homebody!
My cat comes home more rarely nowdays, and this worries me... I'm afraid he tends another place like home... I don't know how could I find out this, and make something against it... do you have any idea? /uh, and sorry about the late answer.../
You could try putting a note on his collar asking whomever not to feed him, or maybe even just putting a collar on him would show that he has a home...also you may ask around your neighbors to see if anyone is feeding their own cat outside and ask them to feed inside only for awhile.
Another thought, is he neutered? That will cut the roaming a lot!
When he is home, make a big fuss over him, pet him lots and feed him little treats...maybe even make him somewhere really special to sleep and then play with him with a catnip mouse until he's tired enough to sleep...
I understand about the worry of a loved pet choosing somewhere else to be, our Tigerlily would come home smelling of someone else's perfume upon occation and I'd worry! Good luck with keeping him home