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Please help me find my lost cat, "Bits".  

  • smallish,
  • black with green eyes,
  • sleek fur,
  • long tail, 
  • smaller head/face. 
  • not wearing a collar but is microchipped. 
  • little belly which droops a bit, you notice this from the side only.
  • occasionally have a very high-pitched and squeaky meow. 

She is likely hungry and scared and hiding - under porches, decks, in sheds or garages, etc. 

PLEASE don't chase! This usually makes them run farther. She responds to kiss calls and her name sometimes. Shaking anything that sounds like a bag of cat treats will have her running towards you and is a good way to entice her! If you can have a look around your house, or keep your eyes and ears open for her. 

She is a sweetheart and we miss her very much!

thank you!

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Any specific area of Leslieville? Also if your on FB i would suggest posting this on the group I am a Leslievillian, its a very active group of people in the neighbourhood !

Thanks for asking!! I actually JUST found her an hour ago. She was locked in a neighbour's shed a few yards away. (I'm at Heward and Queen). I must have walked by calling her 50 times and nothing til today. I plan on sending out FOUND notices today... thanks again for your responsiveness I really appreciate it!

Ames said:

Any specific area of Leslieville? Also if your on FB i would suggest posting this on the group I am a Leslievillian, its a very active group of people in the neighbourhood !

So happy she was found:) 

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