Who's lost in your neighbourhood?
We found a cat in our backyard and it has been staying there for almost a week now. It was hungry so we felt bad for it and we are feeding it, but we would like to help it find it’s owner.
We live in Fabreville and the postal code is h7r 6g9. It is a black cat, not sure if it is a female or male. It is a grown cat. It has yellow greenish eyes. Has a little bit of white patch on its neck. It has a little bit of a belly. It has claws.
The owner can contact me at 514 979 1415. THANKS
He went missing on the morning of March 27th in the Park Belair area, Trudeau st and Labelle. Tosh is leary of strangers when outside but he is very vocal and will probably meow at you. Completly black, very shiny coat, about 14lbs of love and is 5 years old, he is neutered and has all his claws. Offering a reward for his return.
Please call Janet @ 514 436-6412 or 450 424-9720, Thank you,
Postal code J7V 2Z3
A little cat intact male pf about 6-8 monthsj has arrived at Mont-St-Grégoire J0J 1K0, 2 weeks ago. Fearful, he can not be approached, but will eat what you give. He is orange with golden eyes.
Contact : 450-358-3751
Hello, I lost my cat this week! (26 March, 2012). She was last seen at a new road section following Rue Gaudette further west beyond/past Chemin du Grand Bernier N. She is a housecat and hasn’t been outside prior to being lost. She’s about a year old, not neutered nor d-clawed! My sister named her Bella. I really miss her. Help me find her please Will offer a reward on retrieval.
Contact : or 450-349-5769
We lost our cat, Chloe, March 26th in the morning. She went out as usual in the morning and didn’t return. In principle, she stays around the garden and does not go into the street. She is old, rather thin and angora (long hair). She has lost hair on her left side. She suffers from diabetes.
Our zip code is H3W 2E1 in Côte-des-Neiges, near Westmont Street between Cedar and Roslynn Crescent. Thank you for helping us find her!
Max was found, stuck under someone’s gallery. He’s now back home!