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Lost Cat

WI, 53081
Pet name:
Sex Uncertain
Domestic Medium Hair
Silver or Gray, White
Coat type:
Coat length:
Identify markings:
Short snout (not like a Persian but close), very fluffy cheeks and tail. It's a deep grey with light grey and stripes, like an extra fluffy tabby. Not very big, could be just recently out of kitten hood, or just a very small cat. It walked through the mcdonalds drive through line with confidence, so I think its domestic. The coat is still very well kept so I dont think it's been outside for too long. Probably lost within the last week or so.
Very scared, has made a bush next to the memorial plaza sign into a litter box and theres many paw prints around the sign so I think it's made a bit of a home there. Its hiding in the tunnel next to the sign that goes under the highway.


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