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Lost Cat

Amysky
November 14th, 2007, 01:34 PM
LOST CAT
Male, grey
large, thick coat
White bib, white socked paws, declawed front and back.
meows a lot, very affectionate
Lost around the 10th of november in Rawdon

Any information please!
30645

chico2
November 14th, 2007, 04:27 PM
OMG,I hope by now you've found him,a cat with no claws,either back or front:sad:would have a very difficult time out there,unable to escape many situations.
Put up posters,call shelters and go and and search for him at night,in bushes,peoples garages etc..usually an indoor cat(I am assuming with no claws he was indoors)will not venture very far from home.
:pray:that you'll find him,he is beautiful!!

Love4himies
November 15th, 2007, 06:34 AM
The poor cat is defenseless with no claws. The best time to look for this poor baby is at night when all is quiet. You may try leaving out a box with some of your clothing and his toys and check on the box throughout the night. Please look for this poor kitty aggressively as he can't protect himself against any animals.

badger
November 15th, 2007, 07:47 AM
If he's friendly and vocal, someone may have taken him in. I'd go door to door, clutching your poster, in wider and wider circles. Ask people nearby to look in their sheds and garages. And when you're calling for him, remember to stop occasionally and listen, something I often forget to do I'm so frantic. Oh and no claws. Poor guy, I hope he's got the wits to stay safe.
Please go regularly in person to the pound and any other shelters that pick up strays, people who work in those places are run off their feet and may not remember him right at that moment or he might be brought in an hour later. Posters in vet offices are also good.
Certainly time is of the essence.
Good luck.

NoahGrey
November 17th, 2007, 01:17 PM
I would leave out Tuna or salman. They both have a strong odor. I would also leave something that has your smell on it. You can also leave her litter out.

Have you contacted the SPCA? Talk to neighbours, put up posters, put a ad with picture in your newspaper.

I hope you find her.

ACO22