August 18th, 2007, 06:58 AM
Missing since August 17, our 14 years old Pussy Cat was last seen on Marlowe just below Sherbrooke in NDG. She must take her medication. She is black and white with nice orange spots. If found, pls call Mrs McCutcheon at 481-8541 or Westmount Vet Hospital: 487-5300
Perdue depuis le 17 août, notre chatte de 14 ans a été vue sur Marlowe juste en bas de Sherbrooke dans NDG. Elle doit prendre ses médicaments. Elle est noire et blanche avec des taches oranges. Si vous la trouvez, svp contacter Mme McCutcheon au 481-8541 ou l'hôpital Vétérinaire de Wetsmount au 487-5300.
August 18th, 2007, 07:54 AM
Forgive me if you have done any - or all - of this. I hope you find her!
What you can do...
Distribute "Lost" flyers, with a recent picture, in your neighbourhood: poles, alleys, veterinary clinics, convenience stores, grocery stores, pet shops, internet sites, newspaper ads. Posters frequently get ripped down. Check daily, and replace them.
Ask people in your neighbourhood if they have seen him. Some people don't look at posters (go figure - I always do! however faded) but if you put the flyer under their nose, it may jog their memory.
Contact the Berger Blanc, SPCA, or any other animal rescue organization in your area. Call/email them & go there in person every day. Fill out lost reports & leave the flyer (picture).
Go out calling for your cat early in the morning/dawn (when it's quiet out)or in the evening, with a box of favourite treats. Back alleys, places where stray cats congregate, behind restaurants where food may be available. Start close to home, moving in circles further and further away. Chances are that he is close by, hiding or (this happened to me) shut up accidentally in someone's garage our shed.
Fax the flyer to all the vets’ offices in your area.
9825 Henri Bourassa East
Jean Talon SPCA Montreal
5215 Jean Talon Ouest
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