You can also write a blog here or go to the cats forum and ask someone if they know someone who would love a good cat.
Also, keep searching pets and lost and found everyday.
He or she (can't tell because the hair is so long!) has been hanging around our house near Seneca Park for a week or so wanting in the house. Although skittish it acts like a lost pet not a stray. No collar. I don't have it in the house but can if somebody recognizes this cat. Planning to put up a couple flyers.
Also, here is a cat that looks like her on craigslist: http://louisville.craigslist.org/laf/2489535639.html
Jean Woody said:
I am not sure if you still are on here but if you look through Lou Metro Anim. Services, there are pages of dogs that have been found. There was one husky that jumped out at me because they had her on their listing as a black lab but her picture was a siberian husky. You need to contact them or go down there or go through their listing online. She's been there since June from what it said. Hope this helps you in finding your baby
Katy Felan said:
Beautiful pure bred siberian husky, female Lost. She is super sweet, a little shy, and is called Luna, or lulu, our daughter calls her luna, her birth name is lulu. She ran away from our apart. on Oct. 28th at around 4:00 and kept running. We will be posting flyers but if you have seen her or have her, we are willing to compensate and reward the finder. Our phone number is 619-980-0585. My name is Katy, my husbands name is bryce, and we are worried about her so any help or info. would be appreciative. respond via text, call, or email, we are desperate to find her, so please dont hesitate to call if you found her.
Just found out a guy had her on Friday night and she escaped again from the 100 block of Pennsylvania Avenue, but we know she no longer has her collar or tags. She IS microchipped.
Tara Bassett said:
Thank all our higher powers, Emma Lou was found in Cherokee Park last Tuesday, just after she entered I64 and was hit and badly injured. Both back legs were shattered, but Metropolitan Veterinary Specialists put her back together and she is HOME! Recuperating will take several months but she has an indomitable spirit! Thanks to all who helped get her here....Emma Lou, The Coonhound That Could loves you all!