Today I watched for Moki and no sign of him.
Then I saw him in the back and called, and he kept going, he looked like he was chasing something.
An hour later, I look out and there he is, looking around for me.
I got some food and tried to entice him in, but he wasn't having any of it.
I finally got him close to the cellar door and picked him up and bought him in.
At first he was crying and the girls were hissing and growling at him, so I bought him into my office.
He was a bit unsure and kept going to the window and looking out.
Then he calmed down and decided food was better, so he had a good meal.
After crying and looking out the window, I got him to go on my chaise and sit with me. Once he was there, he decided to stay.
He wasn't too sure about this, but he gave it a try.
Then he realized how comfy, warm and safe it was and fell asleep. He has been sleeping most of the night.
He is a thin guy, but has a big head. I think with a few weeks of good food and rest, he might hit the 20 lb mark.
When I come into the room he wakes up and proceeds to clean himself. For a male, he really keeps himself clean. You can see how big his paws are, he was meant to be a big guy. Check those paws out, very neat feet. So, for tonight, Moki has a nice warm place that he can sleep in without worrying about coyotes. Tomorrow I will check with some neighbors to make sure he isn't theirs and then call the shelters. I know how much I miss my Black, and if he does belong to someone, I would love to reunite them.
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