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Old November 7th, 2009, 01:13 AM
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Missing dark grey female cat etobicoke november 5 2009 !!!

"Baby" is a dark grey (with silver tones) 5 years old female cat. She went missing on November 5, 2009 around the area of Berry Rd and Stephen Dr. Our family LOVES and MISSES her very much... If you have seen her please contact Eni by e-mailing me at eni_g@yorku.ca or Ledia at lediag@yorku.ca.
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Old November 8th, 2009, 07:14 AM
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What a darling baby! Hope she makes it home very soon
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Old November 8th, 2009, 10:58 PM
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Thank you

Thanks Lynn ... for ur kindness and giving us hope ... all the best to you,


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Old November 9th, 2009, 09:08 AM
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Eni,

I hope you find your kitty soon. Do you live in a house? If so, you can leave out tuna or salmon on your poarch. Have you contacted Toronto Animal Services or Toronto Humane Society. Put up posters in your area, put up posters in vet hospital, talk to the people on your street. If you leave in an apartment, you could ask your landlord,if it would be ok to set up a trap near the entrance. BUT if you do set a trap, you have to monitior every hour. Again tuna or salmon are the best choices to bait a trap.

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Old November 9th, 2009, 09:42 AM
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We have put color posters everywhere in the neighbourhood after checking in every corner and all roads, we have talked to neighbours, posted ads online in several sites including that of toronto humane socitey... she is microchiped so we are hoping if she is brought in to a vet or any centre they will be able to scan her and they we will contact us. Baby used to go out for a couple of hours everyday... and everytime she came home through our low roof that leads to the small bedroom window... that window has been open everyday all the time since she went missing with the hope she will come home as usual. She is pretty fast and wouldn't let any strangers grab or hold her... we have gone out at night when its quiet to hear whether there are any cat cries coming from anywhere (I called her name and put my ear against other people's garages) but nothing...left food and water outside but racoons ate it. What else can we do? We love her so much and want her back so badly
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Old November 9th, 2009, 02:33 PM
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Don't give up. I remember, while at work I got a call from dispatch about a confined stray cat. I arrive at the call, pick up the cat and bring it back to the shelter. Cat was chipped and when lost and found called the owner, she was in shock and emotional. Her cat had been missing for a year.

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