Beat Up Kitty Is Cared For…Is it Yours?

Woodstock Early Birds…Steven and Deb on Lower High Street have been giving this very beat-up looking cat a little love, but wonder if it is your cat or wonder if you know who its owner might be? It looked pretty ragged, some fur dragged off and has been hanging around 6 and 10 High Street for about two weeks. They are hoping to find its owner. Call Steven @ 802.457.1764:

High Street Kitty

8 responses to this post.

  1. I hope you post this photo on missing pets of the upper valley facebook page.


    • We are posting it here as it is the most local of local places possible.

      You would have to ask those listed if they wished to post elsewhere. That is not for WEB to decide.



  2. Posted by Nancy H on June 14, 2013 at 09:06

    Post it on Missing Pets is a good idea – contacting local vets also. Glad you are able to help this poor lost one.


  3. Posted by Steven Thomas on June 14, 2013 at 17:09

    I posted the photo on Lost and Found Animals of Vermont’s FaceBook page and also the Facebook page of Missing Pets of the Upper Valley.


  4. This kitty was briefly in our back yard about a month ago. I posted it on the Woodstock list-serve, but no one responded. He took off as soon as I opened the screen door. I described him as look scruffy, but that’s all I could tell at a distance. I’m glad someone has got him to stay put. Maybe someone will adopt him if his owners can’t be found.


  5. Posted by Toni Richie on June 14, 2013 at 18:27

    You could send this photo (and other versions?) to Lucy Mackenzie Humane Society’s shelter manager, Jackie Stanley at: Perhaps she and the staff can identify the cat and its owner.

    Further, the Upper Valley Humane Society or the Springfield Humane Society might help, too.

    As an aside, whenever you lose a pet, please don’t assume it was taken by a fisher or a coyote or whatever. It may have been transported to an animal shelter where it is labeled a “stray”.


  6. Posted by Molly on June 14, 2013 at 21:10

    Thanks. This kind of notice on your blog is wonderful. Poor kitty….but glad
    Steve and Deb are caring for the cat presently.


  7. Posted by Deb Gravel on June 15, 2013 at 11:43

    Julia, I think this poor kitty was under our birdfeeder 2 winters ago at 9:00 at night and then we spotted him on Shurtleff Lane in someone’s yard a few months later. The poor dear must be truly homeless.


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