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Re: [LoganSquare] Did anyone lose this cat?

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  • Laurie
    Rosita, The cat you are worried about may be an indoor/outdoor cat, especially if she s looking fit and is declawed.  My cats come and go.  There are even
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 24, 2013
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      Rosita,

      The cat you are worried about may be an indoor/outdoor cat, especially if she's looking fit and is declawed.  My cats come and go.  There are even particular windowsills they can reach from the porches when they want me to know it's time to come in.  Sometimes I get calls about them.  Often they are sitting right outside the house.  But I appreciate that people care.

      Laurie


       
      Laurie Tanenbaum
      Grounds For Growth
      Sustainable Landscape Design
      www.groundsforgrowth.com
      773-489-0167




      From: Rosita De La Rosa <rositadelarosa@...>
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      Subject: [LoganSquare] Did anyone lose this cat?

       
      Rosita De La Rosa
      Logan Square Neighborhood Association (LSNA)
      Prevention Specialist Director / Intergenerational Organizer
      2840 N. Milwaukee Ave.
      Chicago, IL. 60618-7401
      (773) 384-4370 x10      
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      rositadelarosa@...

      My neighbor wants to reconnect this lost cat with it's owner. He has been feeding her in his backyard for over 6 months. She has been roaming around the area of Diversey & Central Park for about a year. She is obviously a house cat, as she has been declawed. She must have also been spayed, or she would have been pregnant by now. Unfortunately, she does not have the ID chip. 

      Contact me off the listserve.  Thank you :) 

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    • Scott
      I would hope the owner would think twice about letting a declawed cat outside as it pretty much renders the cat defenseless (unable to climb out of harm
      Message 2 of 3 , Jul 26, 2013
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        I would hope the owner would think twice about letting a declawed cat outside as it pretty much renders the cat defenseless (unable to climb out of harm either)


        --- In LoganSquare@yahoogroups.com, Rosita De La Rosa <rositadelarosa@...> wrote:
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        > My neighbor wants to reconnect this lost cat with it's owner. He has been feeding her in his backyard for over 6 months. She has been roaming around the area of Diversey & Central Park for about a year. She is obviously a house cat, as she has been declawed. She must have also been spayed, or she would have been pregnant by now. Unfortunately, she does not have the ID chip. 
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        > Contact me off the listserve.  Thank you :) 
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        > Moderator's comment: The photo can be viewed at: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LoganSquare/photos/album/453714561/pic/152655667/view?picmode=&mode=tn&order=ordinal&start=1&count=20&dir=asc
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