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A Facebook page for Lost and Found Savannah Cats

AnthonyM

Site Supporter
#2
Bagheera got lost on 8/30/2017 in stamford Ct 06903. Posted alerts and fliers everywhere with no success till now. I have no facebook account, maybe you can post on my behalf.



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Brigitte Cowell

Moderator
Staff member
#4
Bagheera got lost on 8/30/2017 in stamford Ct 06903. Posted alerts and fliers everywhere with no success till now. I have no facebook account, maybe you can post on my behalf.



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Have you also listed on Craigslist and NextDoor. Even if you have to create accounts (including Facebook) isn't it worth it? I know you've suggested someone else could post for you, but I know from these posts that people are more likely to ask questions (that might lead you to finding your cat) via commenting on the post or messaging you than picking up a phone to call you. You want to be as accessible as possible, you can close your FB account after your cat is found after all!
 

Patti

Admin
Staff member
#5
Oh no! I hope you find Baghera soon! I agree with posting on Craigslist and NextDoor, especially NextDoor as this is more of a community based group and the neighbors there really do want to help, and look out for each other.

If you are searching for him, try going out at night with a flashlight. Often a cat will hide but you can catch the reflection of his eyes in your flashlight. Leave food out for him, and his litterbox as well. Check with your local rescues or pound to see if they willl lend you a Haveahart animal trap that you can put out. Be sure to post flyers at all the local veterinarian offices as well. You can also issue a pet Amber alert: https://www.petamberalert.com/