FOUND CAT: Is he yours? – January 5, 2017 8:55 pm

I found this large orange cat right out side my place right near Hamilton Viewpoint on Christmas Eve. He is very friendly. Unfortunately I am not able to bring him into my home but he comes to visit me several times a day every day. He seems to be very hungry and cold and I’m not sure what else I can do. I could trap him in a pet carrier easily enough if he has an owner. He does not appear to be neutered. magictouchwindowcleaning (at) gmail (dot) com

5 Replies to "FOUND CAT: Is he yours?"

  • Marianne January 6, 2017 (10:00 pm)

    Sent an email but have not received a reply.  I hope you will take this poor cat to the Seattle Animal Shelter.  He is clearly not feral, probably not neutered, and as you noticed, very cold and hungry.  He deserves better.

  • Marybeth January 7, 2017 (3:53 pm)

    I’ve seen this cat many times, he lives in the neighborhood of Hamilton viewpoint. His owners probably just let him roam during the day, he’s very friendly.  He would try to get in my car with me, climb on my lap – he just wants to be around people. I’m sure he’s fine…

    • Marianne January 7, 2017 (4:31 pm)

      Marybeth-He is obviously not fine according to the finder’s post.

  • Jeanette Saxby January 9, 2017 (1:06 pm)

    This pretty round, orange cat has been in the neighborhood a few months, at least. We live halfway down Ferry Ave, and he comes via Palm, thru the greenbelt that is the end of Edgewood.  We have two cats that he has been fighting with, and have been shooing him back up Edgewood toward Palm. He’s looked healthier, and somewhat friendly, but my husband tried to pet him and he wanted to bite, so a little unpredictable.

    He may be weary of the weather and hungry. IF THIS IS YOUR KITTY, PLEASE, PLEASE PLEASE, KEEP TRACK OF HIM. We’ve had lots of coyotes in the past around here (haven’t seen any this year though.) If we see him again, we’ll try to put him in a carrier and hook him up with an Animal Shelter.

  • Marianne January 9, 2017 (8:57 pm)

    Thank you Jeanette-The Seattle Animal Shelter is where to take him (address and phone below).  Please let me know if you would like to borrow a humane trap.  If he has a caretaker, he can also be neutered and released.

    2061 15th Ave. W.
    Seattle, WA 98119
    Phone 206-386-PETS (206-386-7387)

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