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Juan is Missing in Joliet, IL

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PAWBOOST ID

70178274

NAME

Juan

STATUS

LOST

SEX

Male

SPECIES

Cat

MESSAGE FROM OWNER

If found please call

DESCRIPTION

White cat with dark markings

AREA LAST SEEN

Joliet, IL 60432

ADDRESS LAST SEEN

Washington street and cherry hill road

DATE LAST SEEN

April 7, 2024


Victor S.

1 month ago

Thank you everyone for the help and advice,just keeping in touch since he still has not returned.hopefully he will be found or make it home safe soon.

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Dudek A.

2 months ago

Flyers are very important. They are best put in a zip gallon bag that is upside down to protect from the elements. It was just last week that both the dog and a cat were reunited by flyers alone since the people that found the animals did not have social media. If you adopted from a rescue, they usually like to know ASAP that a former animal is missing. If your cat has a microchip, it's good to make sure your contact information is up to date so you can be contacted if your cat is found. Cats tend to stay close to home before they wander so time is of the essence. Make sure your cat is not hiding in the garage in a closet in a dresser, drawer or behind furniture which often happens. I've heard of a few cats returning home the past few years when the owner left their garage open about 5 inches with a worn piece of clothing on the inside of the garage near the opening to help attract the cat if it comes close back to home but not too wide. So you do not attract unwanted animals. It's good if you go check outside on your block around Dawn and dusk with a flashlight looking in shrubbery and under ducks and porches to hopefully catch a glimpse of your cat's eyes if it is close by. Usually cats are scared when they first leave home and might not even respond to you. So the flashlight might come in handy to catch a glimpse of the eyes. It's also good to check your local animal control in person daily because things change very often and best in person. It's also good to check local rescues and shelters in your area daily. Hoping for a quick and safe return.....

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Ramona E.

2 months ago

Check on SW Circle Dr. There has been so many cats on this street lately. It’s only a few blocks from Cherry Hill Rd. I will keep a eye out for your cat

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Sitler-Currey K.

2 months ago

Prayers for his safe return.

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Sandra K.

2 months ago

Post flyers everywhere and check daily with animal control and shelters. Check under the deck, under bushes and shrubs, inside the garage and shed, inside window wells. Ask neighbors to check these areas. Put out something with the animals scent on it, like the cat bed, clothing, or litter pan. Try setting up a humane trap. Check at dusk and dawn since this is when cats come out of hiding. Good luck and I hope you find your cat soon

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