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Lost Cat in Queens, NY 11369

PAWBOOST ID

7538324

NAME

Angela

STATUS

LOST

SEX

Female

SPECIES

Cat

MESSAGE FROM OWNER

"Please help me find my cat her name is Angela with microchip #985113004896442 lost 11/02.21 at 32ave and 105 street queens NY if you see her please call me or text to (347)971-9274 reward$ 200 dollars up. Tanks God bless"

DESCRIPTION

Black and white 2year 1 month old , breed calico weight 10 pounds MICROCHIP # 985113004896442. REWARD $200 dollars UP

AREA LAST SEEN

Queens, NY 11369

ADDRESS LAST SEEN

32ave and 105st East Elmhurst NY 11369

DATE LAST SEEN

November 2, 2021


Anja K.

7 months ago

Longer ago - anu update on ANgela? I thought someone reported to have seen her near by?

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Merima M.

10 months ago

Shared

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Bethany J.

10 months ago

This cat looks like the cat that was 2 miles in a hike at Forrest park

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Anja K.

10 months ago

How did the cat escape - microchipped? If unsure what the escape route is - first check your apartment in detail - furniture's, closets and furniture's that were moved - especially out of the apartment. Check your building - roof, every floor, stairways, basements and elevator shafts. Try to get footages from nearby security camera's right away. If escaped outside please follow these instruction so chances to get the kitty back are increased Go immediately outside and call in the evening / early morning and if possible leave a scent from you nearby. Indoor cats normally stay close , but indoor / outdoor cats are often traveling further away. PERSONAL NETWORKING is KEY and also getting as many CAMERA FOOTAGES as possible. LEAVE FLYERS around your area in hallway of buildings, at frequently visited public places including vet clinics, and also especially where are spaces/basements, yards to hide and to be safe. Include REWARD offer WITHOUT AMOUNT (at the beginning). While distributing flyers EVERYWHERE, SPEAK PERSONALLY to supers/doormen, neighbors, mail carriers, garage clerks and people at public places. COVER a decent area of couple of blocks. and contact feeders of CAT COLONIES and FEEDING STATIONS near by!!!! . Kitty might have been picked up or is locked into a basement or garage - PERSONAL ALERT is KEY! EXPAND LISTING and SEARCH to more lost and found pages like (1) nextdoor.com, (2) citizen.com, (3) lostmydoggie.com AND lostmykitty.com, (4)https://shadowapp.com, (5)petamberalert.com, (6) lostpetfoundpet.org, (7) https://petkey.org, (8) mylostpetalert.com, (9) petharbor.com, (10) helpinglostpets.com, and other neighborhood related Lost Dogs, Cats, and Pets websites. FILE lost / found report AT POLICE STATIONS around your area and also ONLINE at ACC or Text LOSTPETNYC to 56525 and you will begin receiving automated text messages recommending step-by-step actions. CONTACT OTHER SHELTER WEBSITES. and check with SHELTERS / ACC personally daily or every other day. JOIN pages of rescue groups in your area, kitty might have been picked up by rescue or others. MONITOR CRAIGSLIST in pet and lost & found section as well as adoption websites. Continue to go out in the evening/midnight and early mornings and make your rounds by calling him/her - especially escaped indoor cats normally stay close by if not threatened or chased. If cat very shy you might try a humane trap as well - contact rescues or ACC for this.

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Cathy L.

10 months ago

Indoor kitties usually stay close to home. Put something with your scent on it (unwashed clothes) outside. If you have any other cats or put something with their scent on it too. Check under your porch if you have one. Check under grills, sheds, in garages, sheds, and in basements. The cat could have gotten stuck in a neighbors shed. Check yours as well as. Go door to door and ask if anyone has seen her, even put flyers at your neighbors’ doors. Leave out bowls of stinky foods, such as mackerel or sardines and set a trap with worn piece of your clothing. If there are any abandoned houses or houses for sale with no one living in them check there. Be sure to look around at night under bushes and in shrubs with a bright flashlight. It may catch cat’s eyes. Looking at night when its quieter is better. If he/she went out the door or a window, leave it open, the cat might just come in on his own. You could also get a camera. Leave a window or door cracked open with food inside the house by that opening. They usually go to the same opening they escaped from.

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