Showing posts with label lost cat. Show all posts
Showing posts with label lost cat. Show all posts

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Lost cat: Billie

This Main Coon (female, spayed, around 10 pounds, so, smallish for a Main Coon) was last seen on Willivee Drive between Desmond and North Decatur on Monday 7/29/14.

She has a distinctive black spot on her nose. See photo.

If you spot her, please contact her owners at 404.325.2692.

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Lost cat: Julius

Last seen on Willivee Place around May 10.

Medium-large, eight years old, male. Very friendly.
Distinctive mole visible through the fur in front of his right ear. Also has a little white tie on. He does not have a collar or tags on.

If you've seen a cat matching this description, or seen any new orange cats around at all in the past two weeks, please call or text 678-488-3182.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Missing cat, gray tabby [Apr 16]

Houston is a large, 17-pound indoor cat who snuck out on April 16. He is a striped gray tabby (no white on paws), male. He lives a few streets from Woodridge. Please contact medlockassoc@gmail if you see him.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Black and white cat found [Oct 12]

Update: this cat is still looking for its owner. Here is another photo. Any info please email medlockassoc@gmail.com

Friday, September 27, 2013

Lost cat: Duskie [Sept 26]







Our beloved cat Duskie ("Do-ski") has gone missing. His collar was found early on 9-26-13 in front of our house on Vistamont Drive. He had only been outside for just over 2 hours early in the dawn. I found some fur belonging to him right at the foot of our driveway. I think, if he is hopefully still alive, he may be badly hurt somewhere. If you have any information, please contact 774-263-2722 (Tom) or 508-965-2829 (Natasha). 

Friday, September 6, 2013

Missing cat, Willivee Rd. [Sept 6]


This hansome red and white male cat snuck out today and is missing from Willivee Drive near Hunting Valley Place. If you have any information, please contact his family at 770-289-3120.

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Lost grey tabby cat [Aug 12]


GT, a grey, striped tabby cat is missing from the Scott/Desmond intersection area.

He has a slim, small build. He was wearing a collar with contact information.

If you have information, please contact Joy at 706-614-0312.

As usual, please be on the lookout and check your shed and basement/crawl space in case he snuck in and got trapped by accident.


Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Lost cat [July 27]


via Pat Camp:

Large orange and white male cat has been missing since July 27. Gordon is seven years old and lives on Willivee Drive. He was wearing a blue collar with a tag. Please call Vicki White at 404 660 2842.

We have had a number of cats missing in the neighborhood quite recently -  3 of them orange or tabby.

Also -  folks -  it would be good if you could check your crawl space and / or shed in case Orange ran in when door was open.

Monday, July 29, 2013

Lost Cat [July 27]

Please be on the lookout for this lost kitty:



My family is asking for you to be on the lookout for our domestic short hair cat.  Tweek is a 10 year old large orange tabby male cat who has been missing since Saturday, July 27. He lives on Brengare Drive and has a collar.  He loves for people to give him pets, so he goes door to door to get them.  He usually is home for meals but we have not seen him. Please call Aimee at (404) 931-9376 (same number on his collar).

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Lost Cat: Loki [July 13]


Loki is a large orange Maine Coon male cat who has been missing since Saturday, July 13. He lives at the Heritage Square condos off Desmond, and generally stays close to home. He is chipped, but doesn't wear a collar. Loki is friendly, gentle and laid back. His family really misses and loves him. Please call Laura at 404-245-8901. (Flyers are up around the area.)

Friday, July 5, 2013

Lost Cat [July 2]









BRUTUS:  lives on Sanford.  If you know where he might be, please call the Moormans at 404-790=2618.  He has been gone since 7/2 and they are very worried.

Monday, April 15, 2013

Now found: Claude the cat

Claude the orange tabby is safely home, Yay!

Claude notes that he is "...retiring from the crawl space inspection business. It was fun at first then the mole crickets got kind of mean."

Sunday, January 22, 2012

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

LOST CAT: Liza is elderly, hard of hearing, and under the weather



From Schoel Drive. 18-year-old female orange tabby. Very hard of hearing, but her name is Liza. About 5 pounds, looks too skinny, but has been sick with upper respiratory infection so has a stuffy nose, wheezing, runny eyes. No collar; has been confined to indoors. Accidently got outside around noon - one o'clock Monday. If seen, please call Jeanne or Jane Walsh, 404-633-2698 or 404-232-0309. Thanks!

Let's try to find this kitty and get her back home so she can get well.

Saturday, September 10, 2011

(Still) Lost Senior Cat on Harrington


Originally posted on 9/2/2011

Lost Black and White Cat

We are missing our loved geriatric cat, Fletcher. He is 19 years old. He usually does not wander far and has been in the neighborhood for 16 years - so hopefully he would know his way home. Fletcher is black and white with a black mark under his nose. He is not very shy and is usually very good at calling for attention. We live on Harrington Dr. If you have seen Fletch in the past day or see him, you can reach us at 678-592-6567. Thanks so much!!

Friday, July 22, 2011

Finding your lost pet

by Pat Camp

You have probably seen a number of MANA bulletins, postings on the Medlock Park Neighbors page on Facebook and Yahoo group, flyers nailed up around the neighborhood, and postings on the MANA website about lost dogs and cats. Pet owners are understandably worried and anxious to find their four legged family members. Fortunately, many of these pets have been reunited with their very happy owners.

One such recent happening involved Harley—a miniature greyhound—who was lost in our neighborhood the night of one of our particularly bad storms. Harley’s owner Stacy shared some information on what she did to find Harley—information others may find helpful if they are faced with this awful situation:
  • She and a friend put up flyers all around the neighborhood with pictures of Harley and phone numbers people could call if he was spotted. So—be sure you have some recent pictures of your pet.
  • You might want to also include email addresses.
  • Also, she used the services of a lost pet tracker. The tracker's name is Claudia Clifton and her phone number is (770) 460-7910. In this case, Harley was found by a neighbor on Sunnybrook who recognized Harley from the flyers. However, Stacy said the tracker was able to give her a great deal of help, for example, identifying ways to notify neighborhood web and Facebook pages, shelters and veterinary clinics.
  • Have your pet microchipped so that if they are found, a vet clinic or shelter may be able to scan the chip and find you. Make sure your address and phone numbers are up to date with the service that monitors the chip. For example, my dogs’ chips are registered with the AKC Companion Animal Recovery program and they have information on how to locate me.
  • Keep a collar with rabies and ID tags on your pets. Make sure info on ID tag is up to date and the rabies tag is current. If someone finds your pet, they can call animal control in that county, give them the tag number and animal control can trace that tag number to you.
  • Don’t let your pets roam without supervision. In addition to the dangers of our streets, cats are particularly vulnerable to predators such as coyotes. Unsupervised cats also inflict great damage to birds and other wildlife populations.

Hopefully, you will not have to deal with an agonizing lost pet situation but in case you are, I hope the information above will be helpful.

Monday, June 20, 2011