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Lost Cat

OH, 43123
Pet name:
Sex Uncertain
Coat type:
Coat length:
Collar info:
pink with a bell
Identify markings:
Small white on upper chest.
Cat is extremely affectionate, really wants to get in. Unafraid of my dog until my dog reacted to the cat getting too close to my dogs face. Fortunately was not injured. I don't know how long it was under my deck, I knew something was there, when it finally came out I removed collar (pink with a some white imprints and a small bell) which had shifted under a leg and cutting into chest. Now it won't leave me alone. Meows a lot. I believe it's a male cat. It's eating well, has good food and water. I really am not sure about weight/age/height, but it's thin and relatively petite. Has all claws.


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