October 20th, 2007, 07:43 PM
My cat Shadow is all black with a little tiny bit of white on her neck, she has green/yellow eyes & is declawed in the front.
She was last seen in our backyard ( Near Laurier/Laval ave ),LAVAL DES RAPIDES Quebec, on Tues, Oct 16th. She has no collor or tags & we miss her terribly.
She is small for an adult cat, all black with a tiny bit of white. Please, help me find my wonderful cat, I am worried sick & don't know where else to turn.
My e mail is firstname.lastname@example.org & my number is 450-663-9449.
October 20th, 2007, 08:03 PM
Have you contacted the SPCA Laval?
October 21st, 2007, 12:02 AM
Yes I have been calling the S.P.C.A Laval everyday since Tues, Oct 16th.
My husband has been there to make sure she is not there & is going again tomorrow. We are also going to the S.P.C.A in Montreal & Berger Blanc to make sure she is not there ither.
I really hope we can find her, our lives are so not the same without her here, we are worried sick & just keep praying that she will be home, safe & sound soon.
October 21st, 2007, 01:38 AM
You could place a piece of clothing that has not been washed (so it has your scent on it) on your back/front porch. Sometimes this will help them find their way home. Also try going out @ dawn/dusk (quieter times/less activity to scare nervous kitties) with a can of canfood & tap the lid, calling your Shadow.
Good luck :fingerscr :goodvibes: :grouphug:
November 18th, 2007, 05:20 PM
Our Black Female cat named Shadow is still missing, it has been over a month & I wont give up hope.
I figure someone must have found her & can only pray they return her to me.
She was lost in Laval des Rapides, near Laval ave & Des Praries, she is tiny & all black with a tiny bit of white on her next.
We are offering a Reward to have her home, we miss her so much.
November 19th, 2007, 01:29 AM
Don't give up! You are doing all the right things; here are a few more suggestions, forgive me if they are redundant. :fingerscr that you find her soon.
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.
Go out calling for your cat early in the morning/dawn (when it's quiet out), with a box of its 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 she is close by, hiding or (this happened to me) shut up accidentally in someone's garage our shed.
Fax the flyer to all the vetsí offices in your area.
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