Junior – Elmira, Memorial & Arthur Area June 2nd. 2019
Our boy Junior ran out the door two days ago and hasn’t come home. He isn’t really much of a outdoor cat unless on take him out on his leash. If he is still wearing it he has a red harness on. No microchip or tattoo. Not fixed. His one back paw was hurt but was healing. He is a sweet boy. Please if he is bought in contact me.
Contact info. 289-332-0288 or firstname.lastname@example.org and lost in Elmira area memorial ave and Arthur Ave. Been gone since Sunday night.
Missing Cat – Queensway Drive between Spring Street and Cedar Street, St. Jacobs on May 24, 2019.
Our precious cat, Rosie, snuck out the morning of Friday, May 24th from our home on Queensway Drive in St. Jacobs.
Rosie is an indoor cat and will likely not allow any stranger to approach her without a great deal of coaxing (it may be possible to tempt her with cooked chicken or turkey).
She is a calico with a white chest and paws and her tail has dark rings. Although Rosie is 4 1/2 years old, she is much smaller than average and could easily be mistaken for a four to six month old kitten.
If you have any information please call 519-206-0181. Thank you.
Desperate times call for desperate measures, and that is why we are reaching out to you today. My daughters cat Oliver, mysteriously disappeared over a month ago from his home on Brighton Ave in Brantford. Flyers were put up, neighbours got together to form search parties, posting were made in all the Brantford missing animal sites. Still no luck. So we are reaching further out, asking for assistance with locating Oliver. If you would be able to post his pic or to keep your eyes peeled for a stray cat matching his description we would be forever grateful.
He was about 15lbs when he left, he is a male, neutered, orange and white with medium/long hair. Distinguishable markings: thick white long mane of hair around neck.
If found or seen, please contact: email@example.com or phone Anita Burns 519-304-6074
Someone in my area is missing their cat for about 2 months now. I contacted her as I thought I spotted it near me a few weeks. Due to health issues she was unable to get out and look. I saw cat prints this morning and reached out again, however she is still unable to physically search at this time. I said I would send a couple of pics to you in the event some good Samaritan reported seeing her or turned her in. She has it on Lost & Found Waterloo and I have told her to send to the Humane Society as well, if she had not yet. Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org