Chat/Cat Trouves/Found rue Marius-Dufresne
CHAT GRIS/BRUN PALE TIGRÉ avec un peu de brun foncer aux pattes et beige au ventre, yeux verts, environ 8 ou 9 mois, semble opéré, très doux et affectueux, trouvé aux-alentours du rue Marius-Dufresne :cat:
GREY/LIGHT BROWN TIGER-STRIPPED CAT with dark brown paws, a beige colored- stomach, green eyes, around 8 or 9 months, seems to have been operated, very gentle and loving, found on the street of Marius-Dufresne
I can NOT take it in (Family issues) :sorry:
But I'm giving him some food, and a lady from the next block does the same. I saw him sitting by her door. :highfive:
This cat has no collar. Maybe I should put on him one? :lightbulb:
If yes so, could you, please suggest some text for such tag then?
Thank you everybody!
Merci de nourrir ce pauvre bête, c'est déjà beaucoup.
Are you certain that he is neutered?
You could check these websites for lost cats, you might get lucky.
You could also post him on these sites.
Where is rue Martin-Dufresne? Is it anywhere near rue de Rouen?
If you can't find a home for him, maybe you could make him a warm 'house' for the winter, we could help you with that.
Near rue de Rouen
Yes, Marius-Dufresne not far away.
And I'm not sure about this cat, you know, he's loving, but he doesn't like to be checked out, and I don't want to scare him away:o
Thank you for the sites!:lovestruck:
I already have posted some adds :pray:
This cat has no collar. Maybe I should put on him one?
If yes so, could you, please suggest some text for such tag then? :confused:
Were you planning on putting your own information on the collar? Like, he's your cat?:) Great idea. Just put your phone number on it with one of those indelible pens.
The only collar I would consider is one that breaks apart under stress; you can get them at Walmart and pet stores. Dollar store collars don't break apart. Please don't put one of those plastic Hertz flea collars on him, the chemicals in them are too strong.
If you know someone with a cat, ask them to buy you a dose of Revolution at the vet's (since the vet might not give you one without seeing the cat). It's a tiny amount of liquid that you apply to the back of his neck. It also takes care of ear mites and some worms, which he probably has; most strays get them sooner or later. It can be repeated a month later if you think he needs it.
Poor guy, he's lucky to have you.
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