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Milo is Missing in Elmwood Park, IL

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PAWBOOST ID

70099636

NAME

Milo

STATUS

LOST

SEX

Male

SPECIES

Cat

MESSAGE FROM OWNER

He must’ve got out very early this morning. Haven’t been able to find him all day. He’s an indoor cat, a bit skiddish. Please keep and eye out, thank you!

DESCRIPTION

Gray and white, 10 months old, no collar, not microchipped.

AREA LAST SEEN

Elmwood Park, IL 60707

ADDRESS LAST SEEN

74th Ct & Belden

DATE LAST SEEN

March 14, 2024


Ro L.

2 months ago

Hang flyers up immediately in upside down gallon size baggies to protect from the weather and they will also let people know he is not a stray or feral, notify local mail carriers, UPS and Fed Ex drivers, and garbage men (they cover a lot of ground) they tend to stay close and come out at night, look with a flashlight under cars, decks and porches, and in bushes, trees and window wells, ask neighbors to check their cameras/ring for possible sightings, check shelters daily bc the stray hold is usually only a few days, put his bedding and some of your dirty clothes outside, leave your garage door open a little bit in case he comes around when you’re not home or at night. Post on Nextdoor app, post on PetFBI.org, and all neighborhood apps, ask businesses and neighbors to check their cameras/ring for possible sightings. 🙏 Praying you find him soon. 🙏 I cannot express enough how important flyers are. Not everyone is on social media.

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Donna L.

2 months ago

Shared 🙏🙏

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Sherry G.

2 months ago

🙏🏻🩵🙏🏻🩵Milo ~ keep checking your area/neighborhood. Check bushes, shrubs, alleys and garages with a flashlight early morning and evenings. Talk to your neighbors and put his picture up around your neighborhood. Put his litter box out. He can smell that. I hope you find your baby ~ he’s gorgeous 🙏🏻

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2 months ago

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Basia J.

2 months ago

- [ ] Cats that escape from indoors will most likely stay close by. They will go into hiding but come out at nighttime. Go out when it’s dark, use a flashlight and call out by name, look in bushes, under cars etc. Talk to your neighbors and get the flyers out , they are really helpful for those who won’t see your posts on the internet. Put out the litter box to attract the cat’s smell, if possible set up a Wi-Fi camera to monitor and if the cat comes- set a trap. The cat will try to find a food source so try setting up a food station and monitor. Report to your local police and if the cat is microchipped, make sure the info is up to date. I would also email or call shelters in case animal control picks it up. Check their websites daily as new cats come in all the time.

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