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Chicken is Missing in Rockdale, IL

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PAWBOOST ID

70316259

NAME

Chicken

STATUS

LOST

SEX

Female

SPECIES

Cat

MESSAGE FROM OWNER

N/A

DESCRIPTION

skinny cat with striped tail- last seen WITH moon collar

AREA LAST SEEN

Rockdale, IL 60436

ADDRESS LAST SEEN

Otis Ave

DATE LAST SEEN

May 15, 2024


Kathy B.

4 weeks ago

Anna Horton D'Amico watch for this kitty

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Anita R.

4 weeks ago

Prayers for a safe return. Shared.

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Dudek A.

4 weeks ago

If your cat returns home perhaps you can add some precautions like I do when I leave my house. When I leave out of my front door. I back out and watch the cats to ensure they do not want to escape. I do the same when I go to my garage from my house and do not open the garage door until the house door is secured. When I return home. I do not open the house door from the garage until the garage door is all the way down since I hear many animals escaping this route. In addition, I only opened my house windows and my patio door only about 3 in to ensure no cats escape this route which many cats have done.

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Dudek A.

4 weeks ago

It would be good to especially concentrate on a one to two block radius of your home. Cats tend to stay close to home before they wander and your cat is probably scared and hiding and a good chance in this area. It was just the other day that a cat was found 40 ft up in a tree near the owner's home and a tree climber got the cat down. Also, last week a cat was found that was missing 14 days. Two blocks away from home by a dog walker and was in a manhole. Also the same day a missing cat appeared on the owner's camera at midnight And the owners ran out to retrieve their missing cat. Make sure in this area that you check in trees in shrubbery and under decks and porches. The worn piece of clothing also works well either on your porch or inside an open garage about 5 in like I explained on my previous comment. Hope to hear good news soon. Good luck!!

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Dudek A.

4 weeks 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 recently 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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