Cat was missing for over a month

I began investigating the walls and moved the dryer out of the way at some point

Just last monthwe were on the verge of adopting a current creature. My friend and I decided it was time to go ahead and get a current pet in our home because it was feeling rather empty and uneasy for the past several weeks. My friend and I did not want the kids to be in mourning forever, after my buddy and I had clearly lost our family pets, then you see, for several years my buddy and I have owned the single dog who loved going indoors and out. My friend and I never had a concern with letting her saunter around the town for the afternoon, so it was rather shocking on the afternoon that she did not return back home. Finally, last monthwe decided that it was time to adopt a current kitten so my buddy and I could all transfer on. That’s right about when my dog reappeared, clearly having emerged from the open air vent behind our dryer. At first, it seems like she materialized out of nowhere until I took a closer look and realized that the central heating and cooling system was to blame. Specifically, our extensive ductwork was the reason for our missing cat. She had popped out of the laundry room where my buddy and I rely on an overhead exhaust fan to remove the steaming air from our space. My friend and I congested up the ductwork that went to this room several years ago, because it was a waste of our lavish treated indoor air. I began investigating the walls and moved the dryer out of the way at some point. When I moved the clothing appliance out of the way, there was a gaping hole in the wall where our air vent cover should have been. I found chunks of hair stuff to the open ventilation hole and inside of the ductwork… Clearly, our wily dog had been escaping from the ice freezing central cooling system by hiding in the warm ductwork created by the dryer. Man, I’m so glad that my buddy and I didn’t get another cat.