The good folks at Brooklyn Heights Veterinary Hospital tell us that the lovely Eloise, a nine-month-old Siberian cat, has gone missing in the neighborhood. She was last seen on Willow Street. She weighs four pounds and is microchipped. Post here or contact BHVH at 718 624 1200 if you see her.
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Update, June 3, 11 am: Bruno was found last night in a neighbor’s garden. Welcome home, Bruno! The good news is that Rosie was found early, early this morning and returned to her relieved owner. The bad news is that another neighborhood feline escaped his carrier on the way to Brooklyn Heights Veterinary Hospital this […]
Update: the good folks at BHVH posted on their Facebook page this morning that Bailey is home. Our friends at Brooklyn Heights Veterinary Hospital alerted us on Facebook this morning to this missing dog, who got off her leash this morning. More details if they become available… Please call 917 656 4074 if you’ve […]
UPDATE: Estella got in touch to say that Leo had made his way to one of the nearby buildings being renovated and gotten himself behind a wall on the elevator. Estella was able to get to him and he’s now back home, safe and sound. *************** Leo, the resident feline at James Weir Florist at […]
Our friends at Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition tell us that they’ve been contacted about a gray and white cat recently spotted on Monroe Place. It doesn’t seem to have a home, and the person who saw it said that she had never seen the cat in the neighborhood before. We’d love to help get […]
A lovely tabby has gone missing in our neighborhood, according to this sign posted at the corner of Clinton and Joralemon. On chilly days, it’s not uncommon for animals to climb up into cars to keep warm — rap on your hood and check underneath before pulling away. And keep your eyes peeled for […]
Commenter Elaine Rendon posted in Open Thread that this sweet little guy was found in the area. He is at the Manhattan ACC. His I.D is: #A1058862. Let’s hope we can get him home.
From our good friends at the Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition: A scared tabby was seen recently cowering in the backyard of a home on Remsen St., between Henry and Hicks. Please let us know if you’ve lost your kitty by posting here or contacting email@example.com.
From our good friends at Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition…
April 1 update: Happy news from the McKeans that Charlie found his way home last night, appearing at the very window in which he’s pictured here. Our good friends at Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition were contacted by Charlie’s humans, Henry and Rasa McKean, when this gorgeous Maine coon went missing on March 30 around 7 pm, […]
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