by John M
Missing indoor only cat (2300 block of East Marshall). Mostly solid grey fur with a small white spot on his belly. Green eyes. Last seen 11/13/12. If seen or found please call/text (910)619-5996.
I bet the man in the purple suit took the glowing blue cat in the top picture. It will make a good sidekick for his mischief making.
Regarding the grey one in the bottom picture, no idea but I’ll keep an eye out for it.
I lost an indoor cat when I lived in that block, turned out he spent the better part of a week hiding in the alley. Came out crying after six days and I got him back. Hope your cat does the same.
A few tips that might help: 1.Put food & water on your porch or porches. Also, put out an item or two that carries your scent (kitties favorite blanket, toys, a sweater, etc.) 2. Make sure you give a “missing” report w/ photo to Richmond Animal Control. Visit Animal Control (1600 Chamberlayne Ave.) to look for your cat – calling is not enough 3. Visit local veterinarian offices to give them a missing cat flyer with photo and check their “found” report (C.H. Animal Hospital, Broad St. Vet Clinic, Cary St. Vet, Fan Vet. 4. Post a missing report on Craig’s List and on Petfinders.org. Check same places for “found” reports. 4.Put up signs w/ photo & offer a reward. 5.Go out at night and call to them within 3-4 block radius of your home. Bring a food container that you can shake. 6.Put flyers in neighbors mailboxes. Ask them to check sheds and outbuildings in case cat is hiding somewhere. Good luck and do let us know when he returns.