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Bear Cub








My bear cub got stressed when we moved two streets away and has run off. Please let me know if you see him!


Black short haired cat. Has a collar and microchip.


Millbrae, CA 94030


Marina vista area


February 28, 2024

Mary A.

2 months ago

If he is an outdoor cat put signs up between the two places, in case he catches his scent from his old home snd wants to return! Make sure to post on Nextdoor and ask neighbors between the two homes to check their property thoroughly for anywhere he could be hiding between the two locations. But if he was indoor only he will be hiding immediately outside your new place since cats are territorial and don’t run away but hide when in a new territory! So put out familiar scents from inside out so he knows where his new territory is! If he continues to hide set a humane trap asap! If you didn’t see him escape the new home he could be hiding inside also. So look in closets, cupboards, drawers, attics, bats, under the house, under furniture, behind appliances and in fireplaces or chimney. Look outside in garages, sheds, up in trees and on roofs. Look under porches, decks, bushes and cars. You will find him, he’s hiding somewhere nearby so ask neighbors check security cameras too!! Put fliers at nearby vet offices too and file a lost report with the shelter.


HappyCatLady .

2 months ago

🐯Be can take days or even weeks to find a scared lost cat. You will find him! - keep taking action in several ways.. 🙏💜 💖🙏Dear guardian, please do not depend on ONLINE as the main way of finding kitty -- you want to cover all possibilities. In person searching and flyering and talking to neighbors and aiming camera at wet food by escape point consistently - is KEY💖🙏 💖🙏Your KITTY will remain VERY NEAR 💖🙏 Just because you don’t see or hear kitty does NOT mean kitty is not VERY near…I am emphasizing this so you don't go searching 10 blocks away or get mislead by any false sightings - without a photo to prove it’s your kitty. 🐯Continue calling kitty CALMLY in your NORMAL voice early mornings and at night. Call as you walk around your street ...listen closely for meows in garages (if kitty got out from the front).Calmly call for kitty as you walk back the entire time - you don’t want kitty to follow your voice AWAY from home. 🐯 Cats can sense stress in your voice and will hide if they sense it. Some scared cats will continue to hide and come forward when no one is around - to get to the WET food you you put bowls by kitty’s escape point. If kitty got out from the back then leave food and water by escape door left open 5” and talk to your neighbors to gain access to their yards. If kitty got out from front street and you have a garage, leave garage door open 5" with food and water just inside and kitty’s bedding way deep inside the garage - FAR AWAY FROM the food (food = predators, bedding = safety) AIM a WIFI camera at the food to receive movement notifications in case kitty comes to the food LATE NIGHT but then leaves again...then you WILL HAVE TO USE A HUMANE TRAP to trap or borrow a trap and watch youtube videos on how to successfully trap your cat🙏 🐯 INDOOR cats will remain VERY NEAR TO escape point in a hiding spot in SILENCE and may come forward during the day though most come forward after dark until morning(when it’s quiet). MOST indoor cats are found within 1-5 houses away! - many times kitty is hiding within the property, under the porch, in storage area. Scared cats are the stealthiest of hiders...this Is how they survive - Be patient and continue taking action. 🐯🐯Lost cat 'Tazzy' was found under the guardian's own house after 3 weeks! He has fully recovered at home thank goodness - he was hiding in silence but they spotted the reflection of his eyes using a flashlight at night! 🐯 INDOOR + INDOOR/OUTDOOR cats are typically found (hiding or stuck) within a block - depending on their ‘territory’. Lost cat 'HUGO" was found 2 backyards away disoriented after 7 nights ...his guardian Ann was losing hope calling for him late night and early morning and on night 7 at 11pm he meowed back!! This is why it's important to be consistent in searching and calling for Kitty in all the different ways person...Flyering...checking Ring cameras...placing a camera in front of food and water you in case kitty is stuck and gets released on his own (example shed or garage door is opened releasing kitty)) Every cat is different. Be patience + determined 🐯And UNLESS your kitty is SUPER FRIENDLY to TOTAL strangers, the likelihood of kitty getting picked up and brought to animal care & control is just not reality least not for a long while (though check online daily and in person once a week to cover all possibilities..shy or skittish cats often have to be humanely trapped. Happy to talk to you about that. 💥FLYERS WORK!!💥 Print 150+ ASAP 🐯PRINT OUT A GOOGLE MAP OF YOUR BLOCK with the address #s showing and take notes as you go DOOR TO DOOR telling your neighbors about your missing kitty. Take notes which residences you speak to and those NOT home so you can try back later. Return to those addresses if no one is home. The neighbors that aren’t home now COULD have a laundry room or storage that they closed just before leaving town - and your kitty got closed inside! 🐯POST UP FLYERS on both sides of LAMP POSTS - all around your block and and across the street to start . Place FLYERS inside a ‘CLEAR SHEET PROTECTOR’ with the opening facing down - so the flyers don’t get ruined by weather. Buy ALOT of packing tape, blue painter’s tape and 1 bright color DUCT tape in case the packing tape doesn’t stick (wet poles) If the lampposts on your block are wood ( not metal), then use a STAPLE GUN. 🐯 PRINT MINIFLYER (or use full page flyers) to go door to door and knock on doors - if no answer then TAPE the flyer directly onto the front door (Using painter's tape - won't harm) or if no access after ringing doors then tape directly on the side of mailbox so it can't be missed. Keep track each residence you talk to and those not home so you can try to talk to them later - your cat could be in their crawl space not meowing so this is why I try to talk to everyone within 1-2 blocks working outward 🐯 ASK NEIGHBORS to check RING CAMERA and add a missing cat alert! TALKING to neighbors will get them to check garages, sheds, crawl spaces anywhere kitty could be hiding or stuck . Tell them kitty is in survival mode and if they spot kitty - TAKE A PHOTO and CALL and not approach kitty. For those not home, use that blue painters tape to adhere a FLYER ( top and bottom) directly on their front door (won't damage) or folded and taped next to their mail boxes. 🐯You can print FLYERS at a FEDEX print stores (and submit the order online for pick up or just go there) You can buy those “clear sheet protectors”, painters tape (for taping to front doors) and clear packing tape and Duct too! 🐯Sometimes you must check the same location more than ONCE!...see example from kitty guardian who checked 3 times the same yard and finally found her kitty! ... 🐯APARTMENT BUILDINGS: KNOCK + Ring on bells and talk to folks and/or at least get inside so you can leave a flyer in front of each door or tape a FLYER to every front door (use painter’s tape) If you cannot get inside a building then tape 1 flyer per mailbox directly onto the top and bottom of EACH mail box to ensure everyone is informed! 🐯Cover all possibilities. Spreading the word IN PERSON and online is Critical in spotting kitty. Ask neighbors in person and on flyers to take a photo if they think they see your kitty instead of approaching and to call/text you. Talking to neighbors dramatically increases the chances of your cat being spotted or discovered engages people to care and to actively search 🐯MAILBOXES EXAMPLE _ FLYERING 🐯DON’T GIVE UP! Every day I get texts from cat guardians who found their cat stuck in a shed, under a neighbor’s garage, on a roof, inside a storage space etc…or that a neighbor heard a meow in their yard AT NIGHT. Every cat reacts differently. We must be patient. Getting the eyes of your neighbors is KEY. 🐯 Make sure kitty's microchip is current. Remain positive and determined!. 💖🙏 damia foti ( 💖🙏 650-339-6619 GRAPHIC - Flyering Door to door:


HappyCatLady .

2 months ago

If Bear is an indoor only cat - he will most likely be hiding VERY NEAR - aim a camera to the wet food bowl at sunset - scared cats tend to move at night. You want to lure him to the food and catch him doing this on camera SO YOU know he's near - then you can try to lure him with your voice calmly OR if he keeps hiding from you (that's what happens when a cat is survival mode) then you will want to rent a humane trap from any shelter and plan to trap him - PLEASE watch the video/s to safetly do this - you can't set a trap and leave it unattended for even 1 minute or you may trap your neighbor's cat or a wild animal ...and a trapped cat in a trap can be injured or ed by a predator so you must watch the trap. If Bear is indoor / outdoor and you moved 2 blocks away THEN he may have gone back to your old home - ONLY if he's indoor/outdoor or he would have NO idea where your old residence was - in this case you need to place a camera and wet food at your old resident (hidden from people walking under a bush) If you have no wifi there THEN you must buy a Battery operated camera (wild life or trail cam ) at Best Buy or the ones I've suggested on my previous post via amazon - it is THE best way to figure out if kitty is at your old location - again ONLY if your kitty was used to being outside and knows the neighborhood. If Indoor ONly - then your sweetie is in survival mode - HIDING very near the escape door (especially because of the rain) and you need to lure him near teh escape point - place wet food in bowl/dish before sunset with camera aimed. TONIGHT - as soon as it gets dark and quiet - sit down by the escape point and calmly call for him for 30 minutes...(then leave the wet food bowl out)...Check your crawl space using a flashlight to catch the reflection of his eyes. TODAY FLYER DOOR TO DOOR your neighbors - if not home, tape a flyer directly onto the front door using painter's tape (won't harm)so that your flyer is not missed, If home, explain to your neighbor that your cat is scared and hiding and if anyone has a RING camera to check the footage ...PRINT ALOT OF FLYERS and also PRINT this google MAP with teh address #s showing so you can take notes as you start to knock on doors and talk to your neighbors - that is key in helping to spot Bear if he continues to hide - or jumped a fence and is now hiding under your neighbors Deck/Porch. Gain access to yards - use a flashlight to catch the reflection of kitty's eyes - scared cats will often not meow when you call them ...Lost cat tazzy was found stuck under the neihgbor's crawl space for 3 weeks! He wouldnt' meow they checked more than once and the flashlight catchign the reflection of his eyes is the only way they spotted him under there! RE: posting up flyers on both sides of lampposts - place flyers inside clear sheet protectors with the opening facing downward so they last through any weather. After you knock on doors and flyer at your new residence 1-2 blocks out in all directions THEN also flyer at your old residence - in case Bear found his way back - talk to your immediate neighbors there as well. The point is to cover all possibilities. Sending you love and hope and unwavering determination. damia 💖


Sue E.

2 months ago

Have you checked at your former address to see if he might have returned? I had a cat that returned to our former home—over 2 miles and across 2 major roads and railroad tracks(!)—three times one summer, after one car ride between there and our new home…


HappyCatLady .

2 months ago

💖🐱INDOOR ONLY cats and LIMITED OUTSIDE ACCESS cats never go far. They go into survival mode and hide in silence. Most of them will not respond when they are in survival mode. 3 AM is the best time to find a missing indoor only cat. This is the time they become most active and responsive. Sit and quietly call for your kitty in your calm normal voice. Try to stay low, standing is intimidating to cats. Be patient. Do your best to remain calm despite the alarming situation. Calling for them at the top of your lungs will scare your already frightened cat. Scared cats are the best hiders. 💥💥DO NOT LEAVE THE LITTER BOX OUTSIDE💥💥 It will attract Predators that will scare your cat away 💖🐱Put Your Scent Outside —.Place your dirty laundry - Tshirt, socks, pillow case or blanket you’ve used - place near the escape point. If you have a garage (and that’s the side kitty got out) place the items just inside the garage door left cracked open 5” - just enough for kitty to get in. 💖🐱Most INDOOR ONLY cats will be within 150 feet of your home HIDING (or stuck) . INDOOR cats that get out are immediately terrified and find the 1st place to hide and HUNKER DOWN sometimes for days at a time. DO a methodical search of the area. Check the house thoroughly. Check nearby bushes, underneath cars, in the car engine area, wheel wells and around the bumpers, check under your building, crawl space, drain pipe area. It's VERY VERY important that you look for kitty as late at night as you can.. Use a flashlight as late at night as you can to look in trees, under cars and in bushes, under porches, in crawl spaces. Try to look for the glow of the cat’s eyes. Because indoor only cats hide so well they are NOT as likely to be ed by a predator. Don't give up, it can take days. weeks or even months to find a missing cat. 💥💥 HUNGER ALWAYS WINS 💥💥 place wet food just inside the escape door and get a $35 MINI BLINK camera aimed AT WET FOOD - to receive phone notifications of any movement. Wildlife and motion activated WIFI cameras are extremely helpful in spotting scared cats that come out to eat when no one is around. It can take many nights before hunger takes over enough to come out of hiding (if not stuck) Keep replenishing wet food each sunset…it took 2 weeks for lost cat Reesy Puff to get caught on camera eating the food at night ( we trapped her 2 nights later) It took lost cat Sophie 6 weeks to show up on camera - trapped the next night! Some cats remain at a neighbors to scared or unable to get back - wherever your cat gets sighted get a camera aimed at wet food there asap and rent a trap… 💖🐱PRINT flyers and hand them out to all your neighbors. Knock on doors. ASK neighbors to check Ring cameras and allow you to check crawl spaces, bats, sheds.. 💖🐱If kitty is spotted on someone's RING camera or in someone's YARD but STILL HIDING when you call calmly over and over THEN I'd highly recommend setting a trap at the same time kitty was spotted on camera. The trap must be monitored every single second it is ‘set’ to trap. A lot of people are successful trapping their own cats. If you decide to trap, you must watch the trap closely, predators can a cat in a trap. In a recent case, while using a baby monitor to monitor the trap from inside the home, the guardian’s cat came to the front door at 5 AM and she was heard on the baby monitor. 💖🐱RENT/BORROW A HUMANE TRAP - Ask Nextdoor ‘cat owner’ group or other pet groups if someone can loan your a humane trap to lure kitty with stinky wet fish based food. You can rent from your local SPCA/animal shelter though it can take a few days to access so sometimes reaching out to cat groups on nextdoor and facebook will be faster. If you live in San Francisco I am happy to loan you one of my traps. Traps WORK well to lure scared cats out of hiding before Dawn or after sunset. 💖🐱I use a baby monitor → as part of the STAKEOUT to monitor the trap door opening non-stop livestream (or you can add your mini blink to your iPad or mini-ipad and use the pad as your live stream monitor. When you set the trap, you place stinky fish based wet cat food as bait at the far back center of the trap BEHIND the ‘trip plate’. I would suggest getting the help with someone experienced. OR watch the training videos below. It’s crucial for you cat’s safety. You must monitor the trap at a close distance and/or watch the baby monitor live feed without distractions. 💖🐱NEVER leave an active trap unattended/unmonitored for even 10 seconds. You don’t want to trap another cat or worse, a raccoon. If you come across any stray cats coming to the food, please find out if kitty belongs to someone else by posting online ‘IS THIS YOUR CAT’ on facebook, nextdoor etc and take the cat to determine if micro-chipped. There are so many lost kitties and you would hope someone would do this for your kitty. 💥💥BEFORE TRAPPING: MUST-WATCH HOW-TO VIDEOS 1. Trapper Tips and Tricks! Presented by Neighborhood Cats : 2.Trappers Tips & Tricks Presented by Neighborhood Cats and the Community Cats Podcast : 💖🐱 Graphic showing food and camera set up or TRAP and Camera set up:



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