Wednesday, August 5, 2015

NW Houston: LOST Declawed White Bi-eyed Cat

Photo of declawed Mila who is LOST since 6/16/15.
She is microchipped.

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From: Gail C
Date: Tue, Aug 4, 2015 at 3:30 PM
Subject: FW: Lost: Declawed white cat (NW Houston, Cypress - Coles Crossing area)

Date: Tue, 4 Aug 2015 
Subject: Fwd: Lost: Declawed white cat (NW Houston, Cypress - Coles Crossing area)
linda is not the contact person
Contact Teri Paulsen.  Mila has been missing since June 16, 2015.
From: Cathy Oliver []
Sent: Tuesday, August 04, 2015 9:41 AM
Subject: lost white declawed white cat (Cypress - Coles Crossing)
Hi rescue ladies,
A gal named Teri Paulsen responded to a posting of Buster's Friends' Pearl in hopes she was her lost Mila, which she wasn't.
This gal found pure white Mila (see photo below) as a stray 4 years ago, and she was already declawed. After trying to find her owners, Teri decided to keep her. Unfortunately, Teri has big dogs, and Mila figured out how to use the doggie door and went missing June 16 in the Coles Crossing subdivision of Cypress. She is microchipped and had on a break-away collar with ID tag.
Teri has mailed postcards to 500 neighbors, put up 300 flyers, visited 20 shelters, faxed vet clinics -- but all to no avail. She is hearbroken, and I would love to help her.
Would you mind forwarding this to anyone who might live near Coles Crossing and could, as a cat lover, be on the lookout or even network to get Mila back home?
Thank you.

Teri Paulsen
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From: Teri Paulsen <>
To: Cathy O
Cc: Eleanor Z
Sent: Monday, August 3, 2015 8:09 PM
Subject: Re: Pearl
Dear Cathy:
Thank you so much for your reply. I will pray that dear Pearl finds a wonderful home. I have attached my Mila because, well you just never know. I have looked for her like a crazy person. 

Teri Paulsen
On Aug 3, 2015, at 5:25 PM, Cathy Oliver <> wrote:
Hi Teri
I am sorry to hear that you have lost your white cat with "odd" eyes.
Thank you for inquiring about Pearl visa Rescue Me.
Pearl was boarded for several months at Wilcrest Animal Clinic after her elderly owner had to be put into a nursing home. Buster's Friends Rescue picked her up directly from Wilcrest to bail her out of her cage, so to speak, so Pearl has never been lost or strayed. She's spent her entire life indoors. That's how we know her exact age, etc.
So I don't think that Pearl is your lost cat. I'm so sorry.
Cathy Oliver

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