Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Have you seen this cat?
One Harford County family started the new year without the feline member of their household. Five days before Christmas, Sebastian Lukasik took his cat Jet to the Fallston Veterinary Clinic, located at 2615 Belair Road in Fallston. Jet was suffering from an injured front right paw. As Lukasik headed back to the car after the visit, the bottom of Jet's carrier detached and the frightened cat ran into a nearby wooded area. Jet has been missing ever since. "Every 24 hours I’m out there looking," Lukasik said. Jet is a black domestic shorthaired cat described as shy, typically only approaching members of the Lukasik's direct family. He may still be limping from the injury to his paw. Jet is also neutered and up to date on all of his shots. …
Monday, November 12, 2012
Have you seen this three-legged cat?
A three-legged cat has gone missing from Jarrettsville and his family is devastated. Laura Cooper posted a flyer with the cat's description to the Bel Air Patch Facebook page in an effort to find the three-legged feline. The cat, pictured in this post, is named Charlie and described as being "very friendly." Anyone who spots this cat can call Amy, 717-989-2843.
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Leo was found by a neighbor.
After nearly a week of worrying, Mary Ann Wells is reunited with her missing cat. Leo, a grey tiger tabby with white paws and a white blaze down his nose, went missing Oct. 11. The young, outgoing and talkative indoor cat had slipped out of the house. His owner, Mary Ann Wells, posted an announcement on Patch in the hopes someone in the area had spotted him. She also hired a pet detective to track her cat. On Wednesday, she got a call from the Humane Society of Harford County stating Leo had been dropped off by a neighbor. Wells wrote an email to Patch thanking everyone who stayed on the lookout for her beloved pet. The following is the full note of thanks from Wells: Thank you for the opportunity to reach out to the community while …
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Have you seen this cat?
A cat went missing last week and his owner is hoping someone in the Bel Air area has spotted him. Leo, a grey tiger tabby with white paws and a white blaze down his nose, has been missing since Oct. 11. He is an indoor cat that snuck out of the house. He is described as young, outgoing and talkative. "He has been wandering pretty far looking for home," Mary Ann Wells wrote in an announcement on Patch. If you see this cat you can call Mary Ann, 315-794-0439.
Monday, July 23, 2012
A missing cat was reunited with his Forest Hill family.
A Forest Hill cat who had been missing since June has safely returned home. Jack, a 17-year-old cat, slipped out the door to his home on June 26. Owner Jean Wilson and her family were concerned because he is, "a total house cat and has no idea about being outside," Wilson wrote in an announcement on Patch. Last week, the Humane Society of Harford County called Wilson and told her they were "fairly certain" they had Jack at the shelter, Wilson wrote in an email to Patch. Although he showed signs of weight loss and a few scrapes, Jack was otherwise healthy after about three weeks on the run. Now safe and sound at home, the friendly cat is all about snuggling with Wilson or her daughter. "I am hoping the [Patch] article had something to do …
Thursday, March 29, 2012
A Main Coon mix cat went missing Monday in the Homestead Village area.
Thomas the cat was returned home safely after several days of a dangerous life on his own. Thomas, or Tommy, a gray Main Coon mix with green eyes, went missing Monday in the area of Homestead Village and the Country Walk Apartments in Bel Air, according to a flier posted in the community. The owners described him as friendly and possibly scared. They also offered a reward for his safe return. On Wednesday night, a woman found Thomas in a parking lot in country village, wrote the owner in a text message to Patch Thursday.