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Old August 27th, 2009, 10:42 AM
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Missing cat in Oak Park, Oakville

Jack is our brown tabby (neutered male) who ran away August 6th at dinner time.

He is about six years old, weighs about 25 lbs. has brown fur with white chest and legs.

Jack is not declawed and very nervous around strangers so he will probably run if approached. He does not wear a collar but will appear to be well fed and healthy. Jack will probably be hiding under some bushes or plants as he is not accustomed to being outside.

If you see him, please call us at 416-540-6395 (ask for Samantha) or the Oakville Humane Society at (905) 845-1551 and refer to his file “Jack” Ward

Jack lives at 94 Littlewood Drive.


IF YOU COULD PLEASE LOOK IN YOUR YARD; IN YOUR BUSHES OR UNDER YOUR DECK IF YOU HAVE ONE, SINCE HE IS AN INDOOR CAT, HE WILL MOST LIKELY BE HIDING IN THESE SORTS OF PLACES THROUGH THE DAY.

OUR LITTLE GIRL MISSES HER CAT VERY MUCH, IF YOU COULD TAKE A MINUTE TO LOOK WE WOULD BE VERY APPRECIATIVE.

THANK YOU.



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Last edited by redbowls; August 27th, 2009 at 10:53 AM. Reason: Add photos
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