Captain Morgan is still not home. We are still getting calls and actively looking for him. It has been bitterly cold lately and we have been worried. Yesterday we got a call with another sighting in an area where people had reported seeing him. Jess went and actually saw him but could not get close. She came back to get thank you and husband and they all went out (I was sick and the cold is far from my friend, so I stayed home). husband also saw Captain and he is very healthy looking. Capn is hanging out with another cat and clearly has a place to stay warm. With all the snow it was easy to find tracks to where he has been. We will be spending time close to that area, putting food out daily and hopefully in a bit of time he will come to us. He must be scared, but he is at least okay looking and still alive. Thanks for the good wishes and prayers. They are truly appreciated. I haven't been around much lately because we have been having internet issues and I have been sicker than usual. Please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers even if I am not posting daily. Please keep up the prayers for Captain. For ANYONE with a lost cat, searching for them is far different than searching for a lost dog. Youtube has some videos with tips that are very helpful because walking around calling simply does not work to find a cat. We have had amazing results from flyers - far exceeding our expectations! I think it helps that he is easily recognizable due to his coloring and sheer size (he is WELL over 25 lbs and is taller than most cats). It also helps that we keep putting them out every week or 10 days.