Murphy needs medication. Please help find him. (CLICK TO ENLARGE)
UPDATE: Libby wrote: “Thanks so much for your help! Murphy made it home last night … he just showed up at the back door. We are so happy and relieved!!! He’s a bit worn and has lost weight but the vet says he’ll be fine … no broken bones or cuts.”
Our 11 year old Black Mini dachshund went missing today from our property at 195 Greens Farms Road,Greens Farms. Since this dog has never strayed from our property in the past ten years, we suspect that he was killed by one of the Coyotes who live in the Nyala Farms field across the road. Unfortunately, this happened to another one of our dogs around this time of the year about six years ago. My family and I hope that this scenario is wrong and that he possibly strayed from our property. Please contact us at 203-581-0286 if you see Slick. Thank you very much, the Crawford Family
Bucky is a neutered male black and white cat with no collar or tags. He got out of the house on the morning of Sunday September 12 on White Woods Lane and has not been seen since. He could have roamed anywhere in the Earthplace vicinity. He is friendly and responds well to his name. If you see him or can get him, please call the Chasin family at 203.221.1605 or 203.858.5232.
This cat went missing with her friend whom I have retrieved but Princess Marmalade is still missing. She either is being fed by someone or was devoured by a coyote She is a long-haired tri-colored beauty who is semi-feral and very street smart so she may well be out there with other strays. She has been gone since the beginning of the summer.She was born along the river downtown and was found there once before.Just want to know if any one knows anything about her? Please call Sarah at 227-4329.
Anyone missing a white bird? (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Richard Epstein for WestportNow.com A resident of Westport’s Red Coat Road noticed an unusual visitor to his backyard today and wondered whether the white bird is somebody’s pet.
“This almost pure-white bird flew into my backyard this afternoon,” said Dr. Richard Epstein in an e-mail to WestportNow.
“It certainly looked out of place among the sparrows, cardinals, finches and blue jays. I have bird feeders suspended in the windows in my dental office on Red Coat Road that look out on the gardens, and the bird was certainly hungry!
“It appears to be a pet – there is a metal band on the right leg, and the coloring is white with some blue blush – it looks like some sort of a white parrot or parakeet.”
UPDATE: Mikey, a black & white English Setter, was found dead on Sunday, April 11. He apparently swam to one of the small islands off the Westport shore. He had run away from a yard in the Longshore area Thursday night, March 31. Our sympathies to Mikey’s family.