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Lost Cat in Los Angeles, CA 90046

PAWBOOST ID

6211663

NAME

Lua

STATUS

LOST

SEX

Female

SPECIES

Cat

MESSAGE FROM OWNER

"Hi everyone! My Siamese looking cat named Lua is missing from my house on Crescent and Wonderland near the lookout. Has been gone since last night 5/14. She is an indoor/ outdoor cat but always stays near the house and always comes back when I call her. She was last spotted at 9 am on Thursday 5/15 near the school on Wonderland. If you see her please call me 949-939-7219. She's friendly and if you call her, she generally will walk over to you. She's polydactyl so it looks like she has thumbs. She is not chipped and didn't have her collar on."

DESCRIPTION

Siamese with all dark colors on the face, crystal blue eyes, dark chocolate color legs, and paws, polydactyl (extra toes on her paws) so she looks like she has thumbs (some say looks like cartoon paws) shes about 12 pounds medium size

AREA LAST SEEN

Los Angeles, CA 90046

NEIGHBORHOOD LAST SEEN

Laurel Canyon

ADDRESS LAST SEEN

Wonderland Ave. between the school and the top of Wonderland

DATE LAST SEEN

May 14, 2020


Randall A.

1 month ago

❤️Microchipped ?

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Kika H.

1 month ago

I'm sorry your cat is missing. Please put their litterbox outside so they can smell home. Hand out fliers to neighbors and ask if they have heard noises in their garages or sheds. Post on nextdoor, lostmykitty, craigslist, pawboost, and petharbor. Go around at night and squeak or make sounds with their favorite toy while calling for them. Is your cat chipped? Have you reported them missing to the chip company? Btw, you can also hang yoir own used/worn clothing outside instead of elevating the litter box to a place where predators cannot reach it.

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Frankie G.

1 month ago

I'm so sorry is that a Siamese twin cat

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Jon B.

1 month ago

Outside cats do not survive long here.

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.

1 month ago

Lost cat tips- Hi, I’m not in the area, but thought I’d give you some tips! Most cats stay pretty close to home as they smell their scent around. Get a container of dry food, and at night when it’s quiet enough for your cat to hear your voice, walk around you’re home/streets. Call out for your cat’s name and rattle the dry food from time to time. Go up and down your street and a few surrounding streets doing this. I told two people on Nextdoor to do this and they found their pets! Maybe this will help! Try it every night! Also post on Nextdoor app. It’s a free app that you can post info on your lost pet and it will target your community/neighborhood!

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