Reader Ebbie Smith have found a lost cat and taken him out of the snow and into their home while they look for the owners.
Ebbie says she found the cat outside her home near Dravus and 14th AVE W during the windstorm Sunday night.
He was crying outside our door so we took him in for the night. We plan to take him to the vet today to see if he has a microchip, but I thought I’d post here just incase he didn’t. He’s a black and brown spotted tabby approximately a year old. He’s got a thick fluffy tail and is very well behaved and friendly. He’s also very vocal and likes to purr and meow.
Ebbie brought the cat back from the bet without any news of his owners. If this is your cat, please call Ebbie at 206-331-5185.
Meanwhile, another Queen Anne-er is reporting his tabby cat missing (and unfortunately, they’re not the same one—we checked). This picture is Baxter, and he’s been missing for a few weeks.
With this snow and cold weather it breaks my heart to think where my little buddy is and how he’s doing.
He is a large full-grown male tabby cat, several years old. Has a microchip but “appears” un-neutered’ (long story).
We live off of 3rd Ave W and Olympic Place West. I haven’t lost hope even though it’s been over a month now.
I check your website daily, as well as Ballard’s and Magnolia’s in case he’s wandered as well as call and stop by the animal shelter. All I want for the Holidays is my big, loyal Baxter back.
If you’ve seen Baxter, please call Joel at 206-786-1232.
If you have any other information on lost or found pets in the snow, comment below.