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Lost Cat

OH, 43017
Pet name:
Unknown, Unknown
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I was taking him, a stray black kitty, to see Dr Jackson when my carrier broke. We had finally gained his trust and he started coming in our home. He's a chunky little short cat. He has a couple white/Grey hairs. If I recall correctly, he has a couple grey/white hairs on his left side and very few on his stomach.
We think he may have gone into the neighborhood Ballentrea behind the clinic or somewhere near there.  We have set up a carrier with his food and water, and his litter box next to the vacant building, ACT.  We were at the Community Veterinary Clinic when he got loose.
Found this pet?
Work for a shelter or animal control?


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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