Who's lost in your neighbourhood?
Male black cat, yellow-green eyes, about 5 years old. Operated and still has his claws, very gentle and affectionate. His name is Felix, but he answers especially when you whistle. I live in Saint-Eustache on Champagne Street, my zip code is J7P 2H1
My phone is 450-598-1608. A thousand thanks for helping me!
My cat was staying with a friend and was informed today that he escaped out her window. Her address is on de la Montagne Montréal, QC H3G 1B6, so he could be anywhere in the area. He is a dark grey male cat with yellow/greenish eyes and answers to the name Byron. He is not declawed and may have a blue paw print collar if he has not lost it. A reward is offered. I’ve had him since he was a baby and am absolutely distraught as is his brother who remains at home with us. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
This little one is Teddy, and he’s found his home today thanks to posters that were spotted by his guardian.
Devastating news. Fourteen year old Toby who was lost this morning, was recovered from a neighbour’s pool where he had drowned. RIP little Toby, you’ll be greatly missed.
My heartfelt condolences to Dragon’s family for their loss. RIP beautiful Dragon, taken too soon.
Please if anyone has any information on my bichon Joya please let me know, she is greatly missed. There is a reward. She is very sociable so she would have went with anyone. Lost in Montreal-North on June 10th.
Hello, we lost our dog May 17, 2012 in Pointe aux Trembles, on Notre Dame / 39th Ave. He is a mix of fox terrier and Maltese. His name is Tsouki. Thank you for your help.
Abigail has come home! Hooray!
Hello I have lost my cat Boubou a 7 year old male, with long marbled tabby fur. He has no front claws and is castrated. He has a squinty right eye and is not wearing a collar. He is an outside cat and is sociable but may be easily frightened. He lives on rue de Bordeaux corner of Mont-Royal and I haven’t seen him since May 30th 2012. H2H 1Z9
Contact – Jennifer: 514-632-6809 or Dominic: 514-806-6606
Chocolat managed to cover a few kilometres along the train tracks, and when found was brought to the Valleyfield SPCA. It’s always important to check neighbouring animal shelters to yours in case you’re lost one covered some distance. Welcome home Chocolat!