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Lost Black+white Cat!

September 22nd, 2008, 04:10 PM
Black and White Female cat.
White paws, White on face, white on stomach, black body.
She has been missing since Sunday now.
She is an Indoor cat, never been off of our balcony.
Her name is Franky, She is just over a year old.
We live in Murrayville.
We love her very much, If you have any information please let us know. It would be tragic to lose her.
She may be skiddish, but If you see her please grab her.
If you have any information at all, please let us know. It would be greatly apprecitated.

September 23rd, 2008, 07:36 AM
If your kitty is scared outdoors, then the best time to look for her is late night or very early in the morning. Even if she hears you calling during the day, she may be too scared to come out. Bring a flashlight to look into bushes and small areas, and her fav treat bag to shake to entice her out.

Have you put up posters in the area? Go physically to the shelters to look for your cat, don't just call as the person answering the call may not know all the cats that have been brought into the shelter.

September 23rd, 2008, 02:29 PM
Elisha, Did your cat have access to the balcony? Unfortunately sometimes if a cat is on the balcony it sees a bird or butterfly flit near and will try to get it and fall off the balcony. Do you think it's possible she could have fallen off the balcony? Unfortunately, vets even have a medical name for it: "high rise syndrome" as quite a few cats are injured or killed. If she went off, and was injured, she may have crawled away under some nearby shrubbery below. Did you have a good look? Occasionally you hear of some miracle cat that fell from a 15th floor or something, and survived, but this is rare.

Did you put up photo with notice in your apartment building?

I do hope you find your cat.

September 24th, 2008, 09:07 AM
Everyone has made great points. Since your cat is an indoor cat...she probably has not gone far. Early evening is also good to go out and look for her. Talk to people in your neighboured. Somone may be feeding her or have taken her in.

Good luck and keep is posted.


September 24th, 2008, 09:40 AM
Please check with your municipality to find out who has the contract for stray animals. Also, contact the SPCA. Put flyers out at grocery stores, and anywhere else that there is alot of people traffic.

My thoughts are with you.