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06/11/2009 PDF Print
Written by Cindy Cafaro   
Thursday, 11 June 2009 10:12





































Otis is a neutered male about 6 years old.  He's a small cat, only about
7-8 lbs. Otis is skittish of people but greatly affectionate once he is not
afraid of you. But that takes a long time.  I am so worried about him.


He was a stray whom I adopted and he has been with me for a
year and a half.  Since that time my two male cats have continued to be
hostile toward him with no sign of letting up.   Last Thursday I took
Otis to a potential new home for a trial run where he would be an only
cat, an indoor cat, and with a loving family of cat people.  Yesterday
he managed to push out a screen window and escape.   The family's house
is on Charles St., above Queen street, not too far from downtown.  My
house is at Meadow Ridge, off Bamboo, not too far from Animal Control. 
It's said cats often try to return home, so he could really be anywhere.


He was last seen wearing his black collar with large, red, heart-shaped
rabies tag.

The Charles St. family's number is 265-0914. 


Susan King... 262-6643
(w) and 264-5786 (h).or email Susan at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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