Oh, he still comes in the house, 2 or 3 times a day. But only to eat and then he wants back out. Even if it's raining, he still wants to go out.
If he sees one of us outside, he's happy to see us. He'll usually tag along and hang out.
But he no longer naps in his basket by my computer, he no longer snuggles in my lap, he no longer curls up at our feet at night. Instead he's on the prowl.
I certainly miss him as a housecat, but he's doing an excellent job of catching mice, chipmunks, shrews, rats, and rabbits. This in turn keeps the snake population down. And that is his job after all.