Your cat may be much to scared to respond to your voice during the day. The best time to look for your sweet baby is at night with a flashlight to look for the reflection of her eyes.
If you can, ask your neighbours to look in every nook and cranny of their property as your kitty may be hiding in the tiniest of spaces without them knowing.
If you can, check her litter box through out the night as she will probably not come out during the day.
My parents had an indoor only kitty who got out hiding under their deck for almost a week and didn't know it. The cat did not respond to their owners voice (they lived a couple of doors down) when they were looking for it and the only way the cat was found it came out at 4am and was looking in my parent's basement window and my mom was up and in the basement at the time.
Good luck and keep us posted.
Cat maid to:
Puddles, female Himalayan (16 yrs)
Jasper, male Ragdoll ?? (approx 9 yrs)
Sweet Pea, female silver tabby DSH (approx 7 yrs)
Rose semi feral, a cpietra rescue, female tabby (approx 6 yrs)
Snowball RIP (1991-2005)
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