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Sissy is Missing in Sterling, VA

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PAWBOOST ID

70304891

NAME

Sissy

STATUS

LOST

SEX

Female

SPECIES

Cat

MESSAGE FROM OWNER

We recently adopted Sissy a few months ago. She recently ran away when we left our front door open since my family was moving that day and was carrying items in and out of the hse. We’ve contacted nearby vets on keeping a lookout too. Please, if anyone has seen my baby she is very friendly and I know she’s scared. I doubt she would’ve gone far but I just hope she will come soon. If anybody sees something like her image feel free to email me.

DESCRIPTION

Shes black and white. Still a kitten. Distinct features are her black chin, small white dot on her back, and all black ears. If there is any notice of her we would gladly appreciate someone reach out :)!

AREA LAST SEEN

Sterling, VA 20165

ADDRESS LAST SEEN

Foxfield

DATE LAST SEEN

May 14, 2024


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3 hours ago

Whitney Griffing I sent an email to the pawboost address.

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3 hours ago

I wrote this and typed it up. I personally have done most of the ideas here. Feel free to share to others. Good Luck!! ------>It is said that most lost cats don't go very far from home. Here are some tips that might help you to locate your kitty. Make a flyer with a good picture of your cat. Post all over your neighborhood, and the surrounding neighborhoods. And post in nearby Veterinary Practices. Talk to every delivery carrier which serves your neighborhood, UPS, FedEx, Prime, US Postal Service, etc, and any other regular service (such as delivery pizza, etc). Flyers will hopefully develop sightings, and that will help, too. Talk to every neighbor and give them a flyer. Ask them to look in window wells, crawl spaces, in every garage, in lawn buildings and sheds, under all covered equipment like furniture, and grills, and under any covered vehicles. Put food out near your home. Perhaps have some socks with your scent nearby. **A recent personal experience with this in our family helped also reinforce the usefulness of very late at night, and very EARLY in the morning, walking all over your neighborhood with a good flashlight and *SOFTLY* calling your kitty's name. Look in storm drains, under bushes, etc. Not really easy to do, but with almost no traffic, you might hear/ and be heard. There are animal trackers, and social media, and your local animal shelter. Go in person to look at their found animals! Many posts of both LOST and FOUND have no photo! GOOD LUCK!

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Whitney G.

5 days ago

Anyone know where Foxfield is in Sterling? I'm not finding anything that matches.

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