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Nero is Missing in Miami, FL

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PAWBOOST ID

69671694

NAME

Nero

STATUS

LOST

SEX

Male

SPECIES

Cat

MESSAGE FROM OWNER

Nero is about 3 years old and suffers from CKD and Epilepsy. It’s already been two weeks and I’m very concerned that he may be getting sick with each passing day. Please be on the lookout.

DESCRIPTION

All black with a little white spot under chin, on chest. He has CKD and epilepsy and needs ASAP.

AREA LAST SEEN

Miami, FL 33196

ADDRESS LAST SEEN

Near SW 153rd CT MIAMI,FL 33196

DATE LAST SEEN

October 17, 2023


Toni G.

5 months ago

https://www.facebook.com/reel/2246363802229625

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Toni G.

5 months ago

male at MDAS

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Diana E.

6 months ago

Nero is a handsome cat -- I'm sorry he's lost. Is Nero an escaped indoor cat or is he allowed outside? His familiarity with the environment will dictate how to find him. Escaped indoor cats usually hide close by but are too frightened to return or respond when called; while a cat that knows his way around may have become stuck somewhere and needs help getting home. I have recovered many lost cats and assisted others so if you tell me about Nero I can provide complete instructions that may help. Please understand an escaped cat may emerge when it's dark and quiet to sneak back inside — if you do just the right things. This usually happens within the first two nights and I know it's been longer, but until I hear back from you please implement this strategy if Nero got out accidentally: tonight put something small but comforting and familiar outside (blanket or worn teeshirt laid flat on the doorstep — not a bed, trap, or anything conuous) and tempting food at his point of escape, then watch from inside (DO NOT GO BACK OUTSIDE AFTER DARK!) and if you see Nero approach be careful not to startle him. Slowly and quietly provide a clear path inside and he may put an end to the crisis himself. (You may occasionally call for him overnight, but do so softly and from the doorway -- going back outside could scare him away. If you can't wait up set an alarm and watch again just before sunrise -- it's a popular time.) And although some will suggest putting out kitty's litter box, experts say DON’T DO IT. I've never used one in all the times I've been successful recovering a lost cat. Please read this to learn more about why it's neither necessary nor recommended: https://www.facebook.com/notes/lost-cats-georgia/why-we-dont-recommend-putting-your-lost-cats-litter-box-outside/1101245526665296/

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Sugar B.

6 months ago

Hi! Please go walking through the neighborhood calling you cat’s name and shaking his/her bag of food or bag of treats. Use a flashlight at night. Look under cars, by bushes and any other place where he/she can be hiding. If possible leave your garage and lanai door partially open. Your cat will try to get back inside, especially during time when it is dark outside. The only way to find the way home again is by smell. Use some of your used clothes, put them outside along with his/her bed. Prayers for your baby’s safe return. Post him/her on NextDoor App Post your baby on Neighbors by Ring App. There are Apple and Android versions of the app 🙏🏼 https://apps.apple.com/app/id1218902777

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Mariaelena L.

6 months ago

Compartido

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