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Lost my tortoiseshell cat in north york (wilson heights & sheppard) ~ FOUND!

missmon
April 16th, 2012, 03:36 PM
Hi everyone,

My Delilah sneaked out of the house while we had some guests over last night (April 15th) and she is still lost. She is a short haired, tortoiseshell and is one year old (but looks younger because of her small stature). She weighs 7 or 8lbs maximum and while mainly black and golden, has a white mark on her hind foot. She has a golden patch right under her neck, one patch on her head and her cheeks are also patched with a dark orange line going through the cheek patches. She is extremely friendly and will likely approach you.

I have notified all locations of Toronto Animal Services, posted an ad on Toronto Humane Society and another blog site for lost pets. I will also be going door to door in my neighborhood today handing out flyers. But I want to get the word out as much as I can so we can bring her home safe and sound.

She means the world to my fiancÚ and I and any help/guidance would be so very appreciated!! :pray:

Kind regards,
Monica

chico2
April 16th, 2012, 05:16 PM
What a beautiful little girl,I:pray:you find her.
An indoor cat,usually does not go far from the house,being afraid and not used to all the new noises.
You should go out after dark,the only time she might dare to move,bring a flash-light to shine in to bushes and crevises,where she might be hiding.
It's also been suggested to put out her litterbox and maybe her cat-bed,with familiar smells on your porch. Good Luck!

missmon
April 17th, 2012, 09:20 AM
Hi Chico 2 and pets.ca community,

We found our little girl! She must have heard me shouting her name (so did all my poor neighbors) and followed it home! She just casually popped out of the bushes and meowed at me :goodvibes:

Thank you!
Monica

hazelrunpack
April 17th, 2012, 03:08 PM
Great news, Monica! So glad she's home again!

Title edited to reflect the good news. :D

Dog Dancer
April 18th, 2012, 12:12 PM
So glad to hear your kitty came back home. We love happy endings here. Thanks for the update.