PORTLAND, Ore. -
When an Oregon man sold his girlfriend\'s mattress for $100 because he moved in with him, he barely realized that her cat was hiding inside.
While his girlfriend was at work, Roy dufik helped tie the mattress and springs to the buyer\'s roof.
When he returned to his girlfriend\'s home in the suburbs of Portland, he could not find the cat camo.
Dufek said it was impossible for the cat to sneak out without being found, as there were three sets of doors in the apartment building. After a 20-
During the search, Dufek called his girlfriend Hayley Crews and told him that Camo likes to hide in the hole in the box spring.
The staff had previously tied the hole and filled the box with space under the box spring.
But to prepare for the sale, she took away the box and tape covered in the hole.
\"I knew what was going on right away,\" the crew said . \".
\"When the furniture was dragged out, camo was scared and he would hide there.
Camo, she said, \"freezes\" under terrible circumstances and won\'t meow.
The crew raised 5-year-
She said he has been an old cat since he was a kitten. He\'s an indoor-
Only cat. he\'s her companion.
Her \"fur child\"
She said she lived alone.
The couple thought it was likely that when the mattress buyer took it off the roof of the car near him, the cat ran out of the box spring or he jumped out while the car was driving.
Dufek and the staff have searched the home and yard of the mattress buyer, who set up an animal trap with food and water in the garage where the buyer stored the mattress.
They even rented a thermal camera to search nearby.
A week later, the whereabouts of camo are still unknown.
Dufek and his girlfriend offered a $200 reward to the person who found him.
\"I was worried and shocked,\" the crew said . \"
\"The bad weather is coming and the time to find him is crucial.
The staff said she was not angry with her boyfriend.
After all, he doesn\'t know about that hole.