We are desperately searching for our fur baby! He is an outside mostly cat familiar with the neighbors and neighborhood.
Black with white patch on chest, male, 1 yr 6mo old, very friendly, no collar, outdoor/indoor cat.
AREA LAST SEEN
Atlanta, GA 30317
ADDRESS LAST SEEN
DATE LAST SEEN
November 21, 2023
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3 months ago
Read ALL suggestions please!
*Post on NextDoor near you asap. Its free and covers multiple neighborhoods near yours.
**The #1 Tools for reuniting pets are colorful, pictured "Lost" Signs/Flyers! Put them around your neighborhood, entrances/exits and close intersections. Put one in your yard also!
*He/she could be "stuck" or locked in somewhere so ask neighbors to check garage, shed etc..
*Kitty needs a way back in so leave garage door cracked enough for her/him to return....leaving some food, water and your worn clothing inside garage as well for the scent.
They usually return during darkness, when its quiet and they feel safe to return.
*Go out at night when its dark and quiet. Call your kitty and then give time to listen for a meow. Dont chase it...squat down and shake a bag of treats and let kitty come to you❤🙏
Don't give up❤,it took me one year to find my German Shepherd Parker, after i checked all animal shelter, also posted flyers and contacted different pet rescue team but did not still find him until a friend of mine has to recommend me to this private security search company "urbansearchforpet" on Instagram before they helped me find my German Shepherd Parker, i was so happy and excited to reunite with my dog after one year. I recommend you to them they will surely help you find your missing pet, i have also shared your flyer.