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Updated 1/1/2018




Male, age: 2 1/2 years old           Posted: 1/1/2018

Lost: 12/7/2017. Where: Lives on Edgewood Drive, on 251 right past Birdfield and Lexington Country Club.

Queso is an orange domestic long-haired cat that can have a very sassy, off-putting expression unless you're offering him food. He can be very sweet and snuggley if he likes you but does have a hard time in new surroundings and new people. He is neutered and has been an outdoor cat for the past six months. He has wandered away from home before but this is his first winter outside and it can be very chilly. If anyone has any idea to his whereabouts - whether he's hiding out in your barn on Jacob's ladder or even if you saw him as road kill (heaven forbid) I'm dying of unanswered questions as to if my kitty is alive and well and hanging out on someone's porch, or not. Please keep your eyes peeled. Thank you so much.

Whitney Barnett: 540-460-3824; whitney.barnett892@gmail.com
Kathleen Bulger-Barnett: 540-460-1424




Female, age: 4weeks           Posted: 5/25/2017

Found: 5/20/2017. Where: Found in our garage, abandoned

Orange tabby, curious, active, good appetite. Has a slit on top of left ear. Eats soft kitten food and kittens replacement milk.

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Female, age: 4 weeks           Posted: 5/25/2017

Found: 5/20/2017. Where: Found in my garage, abandoned. I waited 3 days before taking into my home.

Solid black with tabby lines in fur. Calm, quiet, and curious. Eats soft kitten food and kitted replacement milk. Uses litter box I put down in larger holding box.

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Female, age: 1 year or younger           Posted: 10/3/2017

Found: 10/1/17. Where: She was trapped under my porch on Hawthorne avenue. I believe she got under there when the landlord was doing renovations without our knowledge and became trapped when the boards were replaced.

She has gorgeous green eyes and an all black coat except for a white patch under her chin. Her coat is shiny and beautiful and she is extremely affectionate and sweet! No collar, but she was obviously very loved. I would hate for someone to be missing her, although we would be delighted to keep her forever. ❤️


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