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Nayla is Missing in South Valley, NM

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PAWBOOST ID

69932419

NAME

Nayla

STATUS

LOST

SEX

Female

SPECIES

Cat

MESSAGE FROM OWNER

N/A

DESCRIPTION

She’s shaved on her stomach

AREA LAST SEEN

South Valley, NM 87105

ADDRESS LAST SEEN

isleta and rio bravo

DATE LAST SEEN

January 17, 2024


Tia J.

3 months ago

NextDoor app is your best chance as covers your area. Be sure to check your local animal shelter in person at least every other day (can’t stress enough - in person!!! You know your pet plus shelter workers are super busy and can’t keep up). Follow your pets routine, as weird as it might sound, as this sometimes help. Create a scent station with items that have your smell, your cat’s smell. Bedding, clothing, cat tower, etc. Do NOT put out its litter pan as feces are often used to mark territory. You may inadvertently attract predators or territorial cats. Check in and under everything with a flashlight. Cats don’t go far and freeze in a tight ball in very small areas when scared. But they stare which is where the flashlight comes in handy as it catches their eyes, especially at night. Leave the garage door open 5” overnight. If you cat is not spayed/neutered, may be why is “lost” and traveling further. Pray your baby is home safe and soon. https://www.pawboost.com/blog/7-effective-search-tips-for-finding-your-lost-cat/

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Debkins G.

3 months ago

Put some clothing out that the cat likes to lay on as well as some of your clothing. Also, put some food and water out. Post pictures of the cat around the area and on the Nextdoor app. and Craigslist. Check the shelters. Check with the neighbors to see if the cat might be in their garage or shed. Go outside and open a can of tuna about the time you would feed the cat and call the cats name.

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Conna M.

3 months ago

Oh no! Post posters everywhere in your neighborhood- especially where people come and go from the area- like stop signs. *Your kitty probably got scared and is hiding somewhere- I can’t stress this enough! * Cats that are scared will often just hide, even if you’re calling for them. Trying going out late, at night, to look for your kitty with a flash light. The best success story I’ve heard of finding a cat was when someone followed all that advice clip about how to find your cat and went out at night with a flashlight and finally found his cat in a hedge because of the eye flash from the light- like a month later! It’s worked for a few other people who have tried it since I’ve posted this advice. Look in bushes and trees etc- where a cat would hide if he don’t want to be seen. If you go out that late take someone with you so you’re safe. Cats are also naturally active around dusk and dawn so those are good times to look too- you just can’t use the eye flash to your advantage. Now that it’s winter you might want to put a warm kitty box outside- look online for tons of info- in case your baby tries to get home at night. Don’t give up- it can take a long time to find a cat. Ask your neighbors if you can check their yards (obviously they may not be into the night time thing). Keep going out and looking late at night. And check the shelters daily online for a very long time- it can take kitties a while to get there. Shelter online systems usually have pictures so it’s a good way to check. Just make sure you check for both lost and adoptable- though their system is good mistakes can happen. Good luck.

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