Who's lost in your neighbourhood?
This cat has been stray since late summer in the area of Gauthier/Parthenais/Des Erable. Since the cold weather, I’ve sheltered him as much as I can, but I already have two so he stays out when I have to go to work. He’s an all gray male, not neutered, about 1-2 years old. He was abandoned because he’s not afraid of humans. He’s very nice and sweet. I tried to find him a home where he will have all the love he deserves by putting ads in my area. I thought I had found him a home, because he spent 1 week in an adoptive family, but he came back because they told me he wasn’t okay in their home. So, I’m still with the same problem. I heard of your organization. Please help me to find him a home. He should also be neutered. I can’t keep him long.
UPDATE 28 FEB : A new photo of this beautiful cat. He is about 2 years old, is now sterilized, treated for fleas and parasites, and is still with Catherine waiting to be adopted.
Sable and white. She is easily distinguished by a white patch on her back. She answeres to the name Angie. Lost since the weekend of the 23-24th of January, 2010 in Trois Rivières (in the area of west Trois Rivierès / Pointe-du-Lac). A reward is promised for anyone who finds Angie alive.
If found call 819-233-3653 or email
Note : not on petluck territory so not on the map
Naya is a one year old Bernese Mountain dog, and has been lost since Thursday, February 11th. She’s in heat, which is worrisome for us. She’s not very large and is a bit fat. She is wearing a leather collar and a medal from Granby. She was lost in St-Lambert, on Mortlake Avenue. The SPCA has been alerted.
She is nervous, so must be approached softly. She can be enticed with food. The last time she was seen was on Riverside.
If you find her, call Monique at the following number : 450-672-2724. She was keeping the dog and it was from her house that Naya ran away.
We found a black cat with just a little white on his chest around the beginning of December. We don’t want to post his picture just in case someone wants him but he’s not really theirs. He was found in Verdun around Beurling and Allard streets.
I can be reached at or 514-816-5834. Thanks, Lindsay
My cat was stolen in St-Columban and the lady has certainly taken him to St- Jerome. His name is Roby, gray and white, He is the love of me and my family. Please help us, he is a male, not declawed or operated, if you see him, my children are crying a lot.