I'd take him to the vet for a general health check. While they're at it they can check for a microchip. It's very quick and easy to do that. If he has one, they may be able to contact his owner. If he doesn't have one, you can book an appointment for him to be neutered and they can put in a microchip while they're doing that. We had a microchip put in our Gatsby when we had him fixed.
This probably isn't the case with you, but our cat went missing for a week. We were devastated, my DS made 'missing cat' posters (he was 4 at the time, so cute 😁), his dad walked along all the roofs of our terrasse (I know ssshhhh 😁) looking down chimneys. There was so much crying and anxiety. So with DS we started knocking on doors, turns out the NDN had been giving him tuna every day so he went there for a holiday. I was fuming!! Again, if this isn't the case, sorry, but more likely than not he has a loving home 🙀🙀
Do you know who owns him? If so, any chance you could speak to them, explain and maybe suggest neutering? If you don't or think he is a stray, I would be tempted to take him to the vets and ask them to check his microchip. If he doesn't have one and you are willing to adopt him, get him neutered. To be honest, I'd be really tempted to get him neutered anyway, if he is fluffy, even a bit, and you hang onto him for a week, his owners won't even notice he has had the snip and the world will be a few unwanted kittens less!
To be honest, I'd be really tempted to get him neutered anyway, if he is fluffy, even a bit, and you hang onto him for a week, his owners won't even notice he has had the snip and the world will be a few unwanted kittens less!
I thought next doors cat was crying all night turns out the husband lets him out late when he gets home and the wife lets him out early. So not out all night crying at all. I bought him little treats and everything he was just trying it on.