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ARCHIVES: Everything up to 4/1/2012 ***is here***.
Saw this sweet girl roaming on the corner of 35th and Dakota Friday evening (6/5) around 6pm with no collar. Asked the neighbors and no one seemed to recognize her.
Will attempt to see if she’s microchipped tomorrow but if you are the owner, please contact (253) 740-7257.
Last seen near 38th Ave between Stevens and Lander, North Admiral
We’ve lost Angel, an adult male Siamese cat. Blue eyes, white “sock” feet, irregular white stripe under one side of his chin. Lives at the Sylvan Ridge Townhomes near Delridge. He is not wearing a collar. Please call/text Janice at 415-378-3842
This dog was stuck at the bus stop on Avalon and bradford. Animal control has picked him up. His right foot is amputated or he’s really hurt. Got right in the truck with animal control. Was very tired and scared.
(If yours, please contact the Seattle Animal Shelter)
Found in Highland Park today. Contact Hoey @ 2067621228.
Jennifer emailed: I was unable to stop but there is a medium to long haired black and white cat that appears to have been hit by a car and is deceased at the corner of Oregon & 42nd, on the church street side.
Then Caitlyn emailed:
We found a poor deceased kitty this morning on the corner of Oregon and 41st.
It is a long haired tuxedo cat , no collar. Coat and weight look healthy, he/she is probably about 12-15 pounds, which makes us worried it might be someone’s pet.
From where it’s laying we assume it was struck and killed by a car then moved up onto the corner, however there are no visible injuries. It is in a very visible spot, so families be warned because it could be upsetting to children.
We’ve called the local vets and reported to animal control, though wanted to post here in case someone has lost their cat and could identify. They warned it could be a few days before the body is removed and checked for a microchip.
(Photo here – if it’s yours, let us know, we can connect you with Caitlyn)
My landlord’s cat went missing on Thursday from the Lowman Beach area. Her name is Mona and she’s a very small (fully grown) calico cat. She’s known to wander, but never stays away this long. She’s the queen of Lowman Beach and we’re all very worried about her! If you have any information please call or text 206-371-8141 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Obviously was once loved – has good weight if not very hungry. Very loving and Vocal 😌
Has been hanging around Alki Ave for over a week with the locals feeding him. I brought him in tonight out of the rain sopping wet and fed him. Would love to get him back to his family, I’ll keep him inside tonight and let him go in the am. I believe he is just lost, if he is still around tomorrow I’ll bring him in again for the evening. 253-576-9580 or email@example.com
(Freya the dog is back home; info removed)
(After a week, Opie showed up back home! Info removed)
Found near White Center Taco Bell. 720-563-9983
This dog was found on 12th and Barton last night Saturday, May 23.
The people that have the dog do not have access to the Internet so I am sending this for them. Their contact information is listed with the photo. If this is your dog or you know who the owner is please call one of the phone numbers.
(owner tells us cat’s back; info removed)
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