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Spooky is Missing in Trumbull, CT

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PAWBOOST ID

69767082

NAME

Spooky

STATUS

LOST

SEX

Male

SPECIES

Cat

MESSAGE FROM OWNER

N/A

DESCRIPTION

2 years old, medium size, no collar, chipped, friendly but cautious

AREA LAST SEEN

Trumbull, CT 06611

ADDRESS LAST SEEN

Blackberry Rd

DATE LAST SEEN

October 15, 2023


Jess B.

7 months ago

Do these things, they work! Cat rescue tips for indoor cats that have escaped If your cat is an Indoor only kitty, he/she is 99% of the time hiding right outside in your backyard or neighbors yard. Put outside his/her bedding, or your worn clothing for the scent so your cat can smell its way back to the house. You can even sprinkle vacuum dust. It will have his or her hair in it. Also, it’s very important to get in those bushes, woods etc around your house and search for him/her. Cats are great at staying stealth quiet and staying in place for days out of fear even staying away from their owners voice because they are frightened and in survival mode. So everyone is an enemy right now, including you. During the day, put out its favorite smelly food, or tuna/sardines etc and water so your cat doesn’t stray for food. And what works best, is at night, take a strong flashlight and look for you cat in the bushes with the flashlight. If he/she is there, you will see his/her eyes with the reflection of the light. And don’t forget to look up in the trees. It could have been chased by. Predictor and it ran up. I’ve seen this happen a few times. Their Cats were hiding in the trees! And, if all of that doesn’t work you can set a trap ( have a heart trap you can buy at Home Depot or ask your local animal control to borrow one) and put a blanket or short in it with food. You might catch a raccoon or another animal. Don’t be afraid, just throw a towel over the trap and open the door, the animal will run off. You can also get a wildlife tracker cam from Amazon. That will show any movement at night and if your cat is there you will see it at night on that camera. And if there is a lot of rain, please also make scent trails for your cat around the house. ( Google to learn more) Some people even say, leave a window or door cracked open. But this I don’t know about. One woman I know said after 15 days she found her cat with the flashlight, in the bushes in her backyard. Another woman I know said her cat was found in her garage after 40 days, it was ok. Someone else caught their cat 30days later by using a trap. Another tip, call your cats name calmly at night, when it’s quiet, try sitting outside, shake treat bags too. ( but do this when it’s quiet out) cats tend to move around at night and when there is no noise Also, ask your neighbors to check their garages, sheds, under decks etc. Do this every day and night until you find him/her. Don’t give up, it can take weeks but your cat is still most likely around trying to survive. Also, make sure your cat is not locked behind the pantry door or somewhere else in your house. Cats hide REALLY well. My foster cat was hiding in my HVAC vent in the bathroom.

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Jess B.

7 months ago

Paridhi Sharma scam

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Gary M.

7 months ago

Paridhi Sharma = Scammer

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Gary M.

7 months ago

Katherine Ali Evans = Scammer

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Felicity G.

7 months ago

Don't give up❤,it took me one year to find my German Shepherd Parker, after i checked all animal shelter, also posted flyers and contacted different pet rescue team but did not still find him until a friend of mine has to recommend me to this private security search company "animal_search_service_ltd" on Instagram before they helped me find my German Shepherd Parker, i was so happy and excited to reunite with my dog after one year. I recommend you to them they will surely help you find your missing pet, i have also shared your flyer.

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