Pets Lost and Found
Monday, July 09, 2012
Lost Cat, Have You Seen Me?
Arthur “king of the Brits” Epstein has been missing since Tuesday, July 3rd. He is a black and white one-year-old cat who is approximately 9lbs. He is extremely friendly and has been micro-chipped. We live on Dogwood Lane which is off of South Compo Rd. in Westport, CT and this is where we last saw him. If found, please call Jill Epstein (917)816-8889. Thank you.
Monday, June 25, 2012
I’ve been reunited with my human!
Update: I’ve been reunited with my very happy human! I’m a male and look like a mastiff mix. I was found on Duck Pond Road. I’m very friendly with dogs and people. I have a collar but no tags.
Thursday, May 31, 2012
Have You Seen Charlie?
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Gabriel Is Home
Gabriel was reunited with his family with the help of WestportNow, Dr. Charles Noonan and the Westport Police Department. Thank-you!
Thursday, May 03, 2012
Have You Seen Tom Cat?
Tom Cat has gone missing from his home in Wedgewood Road in the Staples High School area of Westport and his family is desperate to find him. He is a three year old male domestic short hair, orange and white in color, with tiger markings and a ring striped tail. He has no collar, but he is microchipped. We would be so grateful if people living in the area can check garages, sheds and other places he may have become trapped, and generally keep an eye out for him. We are devastated by his disappearance and anxious for any news. Please call Emma at 203-913-2672 if you have any information. Thank you!! (CLICK TO ENLARGE)
Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Cleveland Is Back Home!
Cleveland was lost in the Staples High School area on 3/17/12 and found at a home near Staples today, 4/4/12. It seems he had been living under a deck and enjoying tuna every day. His owner went to camp out on the deck to wait for Cleveland where she found him waiting for his daily tuna. (CLICK TO ENLARGE)
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
UPDATE: Billy Has Been Found!
Update: Billy was found under a garage in Fairfield - two blocks from where he went missing. He is home now, sleeping on his pillow and purring. FOUND: I’m lost! My name is Billy. I am a super-friendly, neutered, male orange tabby cat from Westport that was visiting a friend in Fairfield in the Stratfield section Sunday night. I weigh about 18 pounds, have yellow-green eyes, and loves any attention. I don’t know the neighborhood, and am probably trying to find my way back home. I’ve never been outside before—please help me find my way home. Please call 917-578-8443 if you find him. (CLICK TO ENLARGE)
Monday, January 09, 2012
UPDATE: Orange Tabby Chester was Found Dead
UPDATE: Chester was found dead in the road near his home by neighbors from across the street who did not bother to try to find his owners and let them know. Chester was a 3-4 year old neutered male orange tabby cat. Chester was friendly and got along with everyone, including his 60-pound dog buddy Benny. (CLICK TO ENLARGE)
Friday, January 06, 2012
Reward Offered for Andy’s Safe Return
Andy, visiting from Massachusetts, went missing New Year’s Eve at approximately 9:30 p.m. His owners, Michael and Jordina Ghiggeri, haven’t been able to find him since and today offered a $1,000 reward for his safe return. Andy disappeared from Guard Hill Road, at the top of Clinton Avenue/ Ford Road (click for map). Andy is an 11 year-old Corgi, friendly, and has a microchip. If you find him, please contact the Ghiggeris via local number 203-557-3659 or the Ghiggeris’ cellphone 781-264-5243. A larger photo of Andy can be found here: “Have You Seen Andy the Corgi?” WestportNow Jan. 1, 2012. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for WestportNow.com
Sunday, January 01, 2012
Have You Seen Andy the Corgi?
Andy, visiting from Massachusetts, went missing last night at approximately 9:30. He left from Guard Hill Road, top of Clinton Avenue/ Ford Road. Andy is an 11 year-old Corgi. If you have seen him please contact Jordina Ghiggeri at local number 203.557.3659 or Andy’s owner’s cell phone 781 264 5243.
Saturday, December 10, 2011
UPDATE: Orange Cat, Do You Know Me? I’m Butterscotch
Do You Know Me? found orange cat
Update: Butterscotch is now back with his family near the Norwalk border—quite a hike from downtown Westport! FOUND: A domestic short hair large male cat in downtown Westport. He is a buff colored orange tabby cat with a long tail and light green eyes. He’s neutered but has no collar. He is very affectionate.
Friday, December 02, 2011
Black Cat: Do You Know Me?
A very friendly little feline has appeared at our home (Bayberry/Health District area). He or she is a vocal cat that comes when called. He or she is black with a spattering of white “hairs.” This is not a feral cat, but a cat that has lost his or her way home. For additional information, please call (203)557-0361.
Friday, November 25, 2011
Louey the Cat is Missing
Louey is a male, black and white, American breed, 9 years old. His right ear is bent down. He is very friendly. He was last seen November 7 on High Point Road in Westport. Please call with any information: Kelley 203 255 6069 or 917 520 7471. There is a reward. We miss him terribly!
Friday, November 18, 2011
Have You Seen Kit Kit the Cat?
Kit Kit is lost!
Kit Kit has been missing from 6 Gilbert Lane (off the Post Road by Exit 18/Sherwood Island Connector) since the early morning of 11/15. She is a two-year-old, short-haired spayed female with yellow/gold eyes and is white with black markings. She does not have a collar and she is friendly. If you have any information, please call the Gazerros at 203-226-7814 or 203-858-3366. Thank you.
Sunday, November 13, 2011
UPDATE: Kitty is a New Resident
This cat has been hanging around Juniper Road for the last couple weeks. It is mostly black with a white spot on its chest and greenish eyes. It does not have a collar and looks to be about a year old; I’m not sure if it is someone’s pet or a stray. If no one claims it, I will take it and find it a home. I have put up posters around Juniper Road. UPDATE: This cat’s owners recently moved into the neighborhood, so she’s neither a stray nor lost.