P. O. Box 902, Hudson, New York 12534
Lost Companion Animals
Stinky - Lost Cat
3 November 2007
Eva from Middletown rights:
My loving sweet black cat "Stinky" disappeared 2 days ago. He is a complete home body and never ever strays away from home. I have had him for 10 years and he would ever wander off. I have strong reason to believe he may have been taken driven away from my home. I am absolutely heartbroken because he was the love of my life and I will do anything to get him back home safely.
If you have seen my cat, please please please call me as soon as possible. I believe he is within about 20 minutes or so by car from Middletown where I live. Perhaps is Circleville or Bloomingburg or maybe Goshen I don't know. I just know he isn't near my home because he always came when I called his name.
Here is some information about my cat:
Long Black Hair
Very sweet, and friendly, not afraid of people
Large, about 20 pounds
Yellowish, gold colored eyes
About 11 years old
I am attaching a picture of what Stinky looks like, although this is not my cat it is very very similar to what my cat looks like. Thank you for your help. Eva
Please call Eva at 704-778-0367 if you may have seen him.
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