I had this post almost ready to go but never finished it. There was a reason, only I didn't know it at the time.
This morning I learned the rest of the story on @JessieJaney. Janis Felidae reported in her blog with a link over to @PuppyNumber7's blog. It doesn't bring Janey back, but I'm so relieved to know the real story and to know Jessie is being cared for. At least Jane didn't have to suffer. The information received this morning is good news if there can be any good news in this sad situation.
Now on with my prepared post:
Our friends @3AussieCats have created a spread sheet for your human to indicate an emergency contact person. I know the Cat Blogosphere has something similar. If you are on Twitter, you might want to think about putting your human's information on this form so we have someone to contact in case you go missing. If you have joined the one for the Blogosphere and also tweet, you might wish to be on both. This is especially important if you are from a single-parent family.
M & D haven't put all their information on there yet because M is still rounding up more contacts. She has one so far. Her contact has my human sisfur's phone number and name. Since sisfur lives in another city 40 miles away, M is going to ask a local friend to be another contact and that information will be given to our Twitter Contact person along with sisfur's phone number. Our local contact will also have a key to our house so they can come in and check on us.
Now tell your human to start thinking about this and get on this list. It's important.
I have created a tab at the top of my blog that says Emergency Contact List. If you click on that tab, you will find the link to the contact list. it's very easy to use and we're hoping a few of our anipal bloggers will keep this list in their blog so it can be found rapidly in case of an emergency.
Now get busy on rounding up your contacts! We don't want to see anyone just disappear off the Twitter/Blogger radar!