Farm Dawg Cowboy took a page from Escape Kitty's book, but I think he was a little more successful.
Cowboy figured out that if he enlisted the HELP of the humans in his world, and if he PROMISED to stay within seeing range, escape really could be within his paws.
Farm Dawg Cowboy asked me to suggest to Escape Kitty that maybe her human litter box janitor might be able to help her get outside if she promises to stay away from the Kai-YO-Tees.
He also has a suggestion for Escape Kitty and the local Kai-YO-Tees. He knows some of their relatives and says that they like to invite small animals to dinner, but when you get there, you find out that you were supposed to bring the main course. They do not take it well if you forget because they wait all day and most of the night for you to show up with it. So if your local Kai-Yo-Tee invites you over for dinner, it's a good idea to stop off at the local deli first. They are particularly fond of chicken. Farm raised is best.
Farm Dawg Cowboy hopes that this piece of new information helps Escape Kitty with her plans to get out of the house a little more and enjoy the view from her back yard. If nothing else, she might consider putting her human litter box janitor on a leash and taking her for a walk. Once her human litter box janitor understands how important fresh air is for Escape Kitties and Farm Dawgs, she might be more inclined to help out with the plan.