Posts Tagged ‘lost cat’

Leonardo is a neutered male Persian cat that went missing
from his home in the Ocean View section of Norfolk, on May 20th.

He has a microchip, so if you find him, he can be
scanned and returned to his family.

You may also call our office at 757-583-2619.

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Have you seen this cat?

Moxie has been missing from her home in the East Beach section of Norfolk since Tuesday, July 14th. She may have been injured during her escape and taken to a veterinarian for treatment.

If you know of Moxie’s whereabouts, please contact her owners at 443-929-2848.

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This spayed female gray and white cat was last seen wearing her green collar with blue tag. She went missing from Kingston Ave. in Norfolk on June 3rd.

She was developing an allergic skin reaction; someone may have picked her up and taken her for medical care.

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If you have seen this cat, please call Norfolk Animal Control at 757-664-7387 or call our office at 757-583-2619, so that she can be reunited with her family.

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Good news:  Bonnie has been found!

Bonnie is missing from Baldwin Ave., Norfolk 23517, just east of Manteo St.
Bonnie snuck out the front door at about 9 PM on Monday, Sept. 22nd.

She is an American Shorthair cat, 2 years old, brown and black tabby, and weighs about 12 pounds.
Bonnie has a HomeAgain microchip, the last three digits of which are: 176.

If you know where Bonnie is, or think you have seen her around, please contact HomeAgain any time of the day or night, at 1-888-466-3242.

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     A male grey and white Domestic Shorthair kitten has been missing from West 48th Street in Norfolk since March 13th.

     He is 9 months old, weighs approximately 9 pounds and may be very shy.

     If you think you have seen this cat, please contact our office (757-583-2619) so that we can reunite him with his owners.

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A yellow/light orange tabby cat was found wandering in the Meadowbrook neighborhood in Norfolk, on Saturday, Nov. 19th. 

     The family that has temporarily taken it in cannot keep it, and are hoping to find the cat’s owner ASAP. 

     The owner should be able to provide proof of ownership upon request or be able to provide identifying information about the cat.

     If you recognize this cat, please contact Little Creek Veterinary Clinic at 757-583-2619.  (Note:  This cat is not at our clinic at this time.)

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