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Code: BFT2022


Lost Cat

GA, 30253
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Brown, Black, White
Coat type:
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Collar info:
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Not chipped, and doesn’t like wearing a collar! Brown colored coat with tiger like black stripes, small white spot around mouth and under chin, green eyes, red brick colored nose, NO white paws! She has two black stripes on her front legs that align perfectly with each other and that’s how I know it’s her!
She’s a sweet and very vocal kitty, she’s super friendly but is shy at first. She likes to hear you making a purring sound to her (almost like a mom looking for her baby) she responds to it and comes to you when called with the purring meow (I know it’s weird but it worked for when I tried to call her) she’s also like any other cat and thoroughly enjoys eating, cat food and other gourmet options for cats like tuna are her favs. It could also possibly be used to luehr her out and catch her. She also hates being picked up and will probably try to claw her way out so I suggest using a blanket or towel if you do find her and would be so kind as to catch her and bring her home!!


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