Having been through it myself, I know there’s absolutely nothing worse than the uncertainty of wondering where one of your beloved companion animals has gone. I posted flyers all over within a 10-mile radius, and never did find Bear. Sadly, it’s likely that he was shot by a person who didn’t like dogs and/or had cattle that needed protecting and couldn’t deal with his rambunctious “herding.”
To aid in finding these animals, we suggest the following: Make sure all of your pets have a name tag with your contact information on it. Home Again, the microchip tracking company, says that over 50% of the animals recovered happen because of such a name tag. There are many on-line companies from which you can order it, or if your pet has been microchipped, then you usually can get one from them.
Secondly, post the missing pet on our Facebook page, to the main Hickory County chats page, and I also suggest you consider taking out a lost-pet ad. Putting flyers at the local post offices, gas stations, the cafe on the square in Hermitage, etc. also gets the word out. Lastly, if you have a picture, send that information, a description of the animal and where it was last seen to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll also get it posted up here.
I’m a puzzle because I have different colors all over my body, and because although I’ll come and play with you when you have food, I’m also perfectly happy being an outside cat and on my own.
I’m male, have been neutered and am a few years old, and happy now sleeping in my mom’s garage. But she has a number of cats already, and I need someone with patience to teach me to be an inside/outside cat. I should get that quickly, because I learn easily and have a sweet temperament.
Mama Shiloh was found with this little guy tagging behind, and he was so loving that he was immediately adopted by the person who found him.
Beautiful mama cat to Sabrina, Priscilla, and Smokey. Her owner simply has too many cats now to take care of all of them, and is hoping that you have the room and big heart to help her become all she could be. She’s spayed, calm and looking for someone to keep teaching her how wonderful being someone’s pet can be.
This is one of several feral cats adopted by a gentlemen who can now no longer feed all of them.
It was a hard choice to put Sabrina (The cat on the right) up for adoption, because she’s become quite tame. Born in August 2015, she has been spayed, and is hoping for a chance to be someone’s best friend. If you’ve ever wanted to adopt a cat that looks like a Ragdoll or Siamese, then Sabrina would be perfect for you!