Lost, Lost, Lost, Lost, Lost, and Found

My Disciples,

The Guardians went to the pet food store and discovered a collection of lost cat posters. They also discovered one poster on the street that had a little bit better news than the others.

The first lost kitty was a beautiful Abyssinian boy.

Lost Cat Poster- Abysinnian

This Abyssinian kitty is missing. I purr that he is someplace safe.

The second missing kitty is a handsome, long-haired tabby named Bo. He looks a little like Thomas.

Lost Cat Poster- Bo

Bo is missing. I purr that he is OK.

Next we have Diesel, a 3-year-old black-furred boy with a kink in his tail.

Lost Cat Poster- Diesel

Diesel is missing. I purr that he is found safe and sound.

A gorgeous tuxedo kitty is also missing. No name was given.

Lost Cat Poster- No Name

This tuxedo kitty is lost. I purr that he has been found.

Another tuxedo kitty, named Orin, is also missing.

Lost Cat Poster- Orin

Orin is lost, I purr that he has found his way to safety.

In spite of all the sorrow these posters represent, there is some good news in that one kitty has been found. I only wish this kitty was a match for one of the lost posters so we could reunite him or her with a family. For now the kitty is safe at the animal shelter.

Found Cat Poster- Chunky and Friendly

A chunky and friendly ginger kitty has been found. Hopefully he or she can reunite with his or her family… or find a loving new one.

As always, I apologize for being the bearer of bad news, but I hope these posters once again drive home the importance of keeping kitties safely confined. Please purr with Me that all of these kitties are safe in loving arms, and please do all that you can to ensure that they kitties in your life do not end up in a photo on a lost poster.

So Sayeth Otis

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16 responses to “Lost, Lost, Lost, Lost, Lost, and Found

  1. mistletoeandhitch

    Oh dear, Leader Otis, we worry for all the kitties that aren’t as fortunate as we are now. The world without wall is at once beautiful and frightening. I wish every kitty viewed it from a safe perch in the window or outdoor enclosure. The people who made these posters seem to care for their kitties, but they don’t seem to get the danger that exists until their kitty goes missing. People rarely let dogs roam at will, why do they think it’s okay for us cats? And, of course, if you had the answers you would educate us all. It’s just so sad. We will purr every kitty pictured here is safe in a confined home for now.
    Mistletoe & Hitch

  2. I pray they are in safe loving arms. I know it’s awful, but every time I see a poster, I wish for that precious kitty to be safely across the Rainbow Bridge, so they can enjoy a life of safety and love and never be hungry or scared or sick again. These posters give me such a heavy heart, but I know we cannot ignore them. These beautiful kitties deserve to be remembered.

  3. Those signs always make us very sad, too. We know that the people who made those signs are genuinely upset that their cats are missing, but they don’t seem to understand that keeping their cats inside is their best way for them to stay safe. We hope all of those lost cats safely find their way back to their guardians.

  4. spittythekitty

    We will purr and purray for these sweet kitties and hope they found their way home. We also hope the Found Chunky Kitty finds his way to his home, or a new home furry soon. Like You, we wish efurry kitty was safe and loved. XOXOXO

  5. Linda

    Purring for all these kitties to be safe, I just hate to see those lost cat flyers. I wish that nothing bad ever happened to kitties.

  6. We are purring that those kitties will be found. And that the found kitty will get back to his home.

  7. I wish people would come back and mark the posters so that we know when the kitties are found. It is so sad when pets go missing.

  8. oh my even i feel worried for the kittens. hope someone will find those lost souls

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