Friday, May 1, 2015

Richmond, TX: ..LOST CAT...microchipped white/grey..

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From: "Gail >
Date: May 1, 2015 7:12 PM
Subject: FW: Richmond, TX: ..LOST CAT...white/grey..
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From: HomeAgain PetRescuers <homeagain@petrescuers.homeagain.com>
Date: Fri, May 1, 2015 at 11:03 AM
Subject: ROMEO, a lost CAT, is missing in your area


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ROMEO
Is A Missing CAT Near You!
CAT - ROMEO
LAST SEEN:
RICHMOND, TX 77406 LAST SEEN AT LAKE ARROWHEAD DR CROSS ST DEWEY LAKE
WAYS TO HELP:
PET INFORMATION
SPECIES:
CAT
BREED:
DMH
LOST:
02/27/2015
AGE:
3 YEARS, 4 MONTHS
PRIMARY COLOR:
WHITE GREY
SEX:
M
WEIGHT:
13
MICROCHIP #:
985112003839073
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
OTHER CHARACTERISTICS:
DOES NOT LIKE OTHER CATS


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