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    So a few years ago we bought these two really beautiful maine coone's.
    And they really liked exploring which was is fine because there's not really anything dangerous around apart from a quite busy road about a 2 min walk away.

    About 2 months ago one of them got hit by a car and died early in the morning.
    It was such a shame and we were all so upset.

    I have just seen (literally 2 minutes ago) my other cat around the road.

    Is there anything we could do to stop her from going up there? I would go to extremes to stop her!!! We do have a cat tracker so we can see where she goes but it's a bit delayed.
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    maybe keep her as an indoor cat? i'm sorry about ur other cat
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    It's pretty obvious what you need to do. That breed of cat shouldn't be outdoors in the first place as it is so expensive and can get stolen. The most important question here is why do you let the cat out when you know it's dangerous out there for it?

    Don't take that the wrong way and sorry about your other cat. Just keep the one you have inside and it'll be fine.

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