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Have you seen this black cat?

From Marian at mariancorbett25@gmail.com:

A feral cat I have been feeding the last 5 years hasn’t shown up for the last week. He’s domesticated enough, by me, that he’s comfortable around people and knows the 2600 block of East Franklin Street really well. Could you post this pic to see if anyone has seen him. He’s a black male with a white spot under his face. Thanks so much.

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Susan W Burdette
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Lisa
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I think he migrated to north of Broad and has been hanging out around Clay Street. I’ve seen him on/under my porch and prowling around the block. I haven’t been feeding him, but he doesn’t look hungry.

Tayne Renmark
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I saw him in the grass at the little walk through park at the end of 27th earlier in the week. I’ll keep my eyes peeled. Thought he was one of mine lounging in the sun.

Katherine J
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Katherine J

You might also want to walk down to Sugar bottom. A lot of stray cats in that part of Church Hill windup down there. Don’t worry!! He’s probably fine, just out doing what cats do.

Sharon
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I suspect this cat is the one that has been terrorizing a couple of cats in the 2700 block to such an extent they required vet care and the owner of those cats humanely trapped the black cat and delivered to animal control.