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Lost Cat

ON, N3C 4G6
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Coat type:
Coat length:
Collar info:
Black collar with white TILE tracker attached
Identify markings:
Not neutered, claws, shots up to date, no microchip yet, no special markings.
Our baby has been MIA since Wednesday morning. We don't let him out often but when he does get out he usually returns by morning. He has not returned today and we need some help.

His name is Khoyu, he was named in memory of my late brother. His name is pronounced "Ko-yu" and he knows his name. He is a very friendly, sweet, active, and fun cat who loves the outdoors. When he gets out he doesn't want to come home until he's ready. He regularly bolts when doors open in our home. He's really quick when he does not want to be caught. He may or may not be easy to catch. It usually takes 2 of us to catch him.

We do have a TILE on his collar but it only tracks his general movements via other TILES in the neighborhood (unfortunately there are very few of these in the neighborhood) so it has made it difficult to locate him. The last tagged location of Khoyu was Sweeney Cres at 2:21 pm Tuesday afternoon and since then his TILE has not been picked up. We fear the worst but wanted to reach out to you all in hopes he's still alive somewhere in our community. If anyone sees him, please contact me asap and try to contain him in an area.  
We love and miss him dearly.


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