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Kitty is Missing in Mastic Beach, NY

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PAWBOOST ID

70273286

NAME

Kitty

STATUS

LOST

SEX

Female

SPECIES

Cat

MESSAGE FROM OWNER

N/A

DESCRIPTION

Adult Calico Cat, "Kitty" faded purple collar

AREA LAST SEEN

Mastic Beach, NY 11951

ADDRESS LAST SEEN

Aspen Rd and Daisy Dr

DATE LAST SEEN

May 6, 2024


Arlene L.

1 month ago

Look at night with a flashlight while calling her name. Look especially under bushes and in neighbors yards garages and sheds. Look up in trees, Leave something outside with her scent on it like her bedding. Leave something outside with your scent on it like an unwashed piece of clothing. Leave out smelly cat food. Hang signs with her photo. Call and visit local shelters and veterinary offices. Good luck!🍀

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Marilyn E.

1 month ago

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Pets H.

1 month ago

Please follow my advice. No litter box outside, no food outside. It will attract other animals including other cats who will keep your cat away if trying to return home. ⬇️ Have you distributed flyers- by knocking on doors to your neighbors and handing them out, and posted them on poles etc. as well even to any businesses close by? This step is crucial to recovering your cat! Speak to people in person. I cannot stress enough, the importance of knocking on doors speaking to people and handing them a “lost cat” flyer at the same time. This is how you get sightings and this is what will bring your cat home. If you get a sighting you need to set and MONITOR a humane trap at the sighting location right away and at morning dusk. *NEVER LEAVE A TRAP UNATTENDED. You can use rotisserie chicken and Friskies Whitefish and Sardines canned food as bait. Cats usually stay within a one mile radius from home. Most are found very close to home as in a few houses away or next street over. They are usually found (after getting sightings and with trapping) very close to their own home. Some come home on their own, usually in the overnight hours. Concentrate on canvassing your own neighborhood, however, in case the sighting was not of your cat. Cats don’t usually go far. They usually will try to return home between 10 PM and 5 AM with peak hours being 3-5 AM. Put a worn shirt of yours on your porch or near the door and continue to replace with a fresh one daily. Do NOT put a litter box outside. It will attract male unneutered cats who will spray property and chase your cat away if trying to return home. Some cats stay hidden for 3 weeks traveling at night. Flyers generate sightings.

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Ana C.

1 month ago

🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

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Linda B.

1 month ago

Carol Ann yes I am friends with Teddy Henn and Lynn Fodale I texted and spoke directly to Teddy..Unfortunately he is tracking in the Hamptons but made suggestions and I will check with him a little later 😊

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