Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Cat found on Girard Street

Found: Orange & white cat with purple polka-dot collar. Pictured here.

Call 202-744-1700 or come to 1413 Girard Street NW & ask at the front desk.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

have you had the cat scanned for a microchip?

Anonymous said...

I know this cat. It comes over to my back porch all the time to sun itself, and often tries to get into the kitchen when the door is open. I'm not sure if the cat is lost, or just wandering...Time to call the number.

Anonymous said...

Just wanted to thank you for taking him (her?) in as you did. Very nice of you. --Angela

Andrew said...

Thanks -- wasn't me though, I just posted the flyer someone sent me.

Alex said...

what a lovely beast.

I always wonder when this sort of thing happens whether the cat is actually lost, or was it just roaming.

Lindsy said...

If you let your animals roam - put a tag on them and be prepared to answer your phone. I would want someone to call if my doggie was wandering. Thank you for taking in that handsome cat and trying to find his owner.

Andrew said...

Just want to make sure folks know I didn't actually find it, just posted it. Hopefully the cat gets home.

Ryan said...

This is probably Mr. M or 'Jesus'. He lives on 11th Street (btw Euclid and Fairmont) close to the corner of 11th and Fairmont on the west side of the street. His house is 3 houses down from the Fairmont Street Market convenient store.

Anyway, I hope that will help you find his home. Please if you need more help, send me an email only(at)riseup.net

Mr. M is a friend and a neighbor and I hope he finds his way back soon.

Anonymous said...

I just looked at a photo I have of Mr. M of 11th street, and the coloring around their noses and mouths looks different. I sent the photo to the person who found the cat to confirm that they're not the same. Too bad - I was hoping for a quick and happy ending!
- IMG

madison said...

sir george/j.d. salinger is famous! we will take very good care of him until his parents claim him.

Anonymous said...

my neighbors had a cat that looked like that one. He was named King. I dunno if he is missing, and quite honestly I'm a little scared to knock on their door and ask. There address is 612 kenyon street.. quite honestly if it is their cat, someone else should keep it. (they let him out to wander all the time)