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Mon Sep 22, 2014, 02:39 PM

 

Phoenix-area folks: Help a friend find her kitteh.

Last edited Mon Sep 22, 2014, 03:37 PM - Edit history (1)

She needs her cat back.

Kindrie is still missing, since Monday, 9/15/14. She could be just about anywhere in the greater metro Phoenix area by now, or further, if she attached herself to someone's kids and they took her. Kindrie likes to follow and play with quiet children.

Black cat, spayed female, last seen in the vicinity of 7th St. & Osborn in Central Phoenix. Companion animal to an Autistic adult who is doing VERY POORLY without her cat.

Please call/text Tara at (PM me for number) with any information. Reward for information leading to Kindrie's safe return.

Kindrie is microchipped, so her identification can be confirmed at the office of any veterinarian FOR FREE.

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Reply Phoenix-area folks: Help a friend find her kitteh. (Original post)
KamaAina Sep 2014 OP
Sopkoviak Sep 2014 #1
KamaAina Sep 2014 #2
DesertFlower Sep 2014 #3
KamaAina Sep 2014 #4
shenmue Sep 2014 #5

Response to KamaAina (Original post)

Mon Sep 22, 2014, 03:08 PM

1. Probably best not to tell your friend but many cat disappearance are the result of coyotes

 

And as I recall there is a golf course in that area that is infested with them.

Canis latrans

Coyotes are common in rural and urban areas throughout Arizona. Coyotes tend to travel and hunt alone or in pairs, but they can form groups where food is abundant.

Description and Habits

Usually gray with a rusty color on neck and flanks
Black patches on base and tip of tail help distinguish from dogs
20-30 pounds
18-21 inches tall
42-50 inches long
Average litter of 4 to 5 pups
Run as fast as 40 miles per hour
Diet includes fruits and vegetables, pet food, small wild and domestic animals, snakes and lizards, and garbage

BTW, as you may have already found out, Maricopa County animal control does not deal with stray cats.

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Response to Sopkoviak (Reply #1)

Mon Sep 22, 2014, 03:23 PM

2. Not just in Arizona

 

The celebrated Will Pitt apparently lost his Boomer to a coyote -- in New Hampshire!

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Response to KamaAina (Original post)

Mon Sep 22, 2014, 03:32 PM

3. sorry to hear this, but you can't let your cats outside.

i live in phoenix in a remote area. never let any of my cats out. i don't care where you live cats belong inside.

even if you have a small dog don't let them out alone in your backyard.

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Response to DesertFlower (Reply #3)

Mon Sep 22, 2014, 03:37 PM

4. This is an online friend, so I wasn't around

 

but I think kitteh got out somehow while she was away.

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Response to KamaAina (Original post)

Mon Sep 22, 2014, 04:18 PM

5. Mercy

Shared.

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