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Listings of Missing Pets

Lost Cat TEDDY 5.2.2021

Teddy managed to slip outside Sunday morning (5/2/21) and was last seen Sunday afternoon in the woods in Rainbow Lake on County Route 60 near Vosberg Rd. and Hull Rd (on the other side of the road). Teddy is an indoor cat, so he is not used to being outside. He is grey with white markings (a grey tuxedo), is microchipped, and neutered. He can be a little shy, but he loves to play. He is used to living with other cats, so he might be attracted to a place that has cats.

Teddy's mom has put up flyers, searching everywhere, and neighbors have been looking too. She has set up a live trap and has a recording of her other cat playing from speakers. Teddy is deeply missed! 

If you have any info, please call Teddy's mom at 518-354-5106.

Lost Cat 4.28.21

DUBZ, also known as DUBBY, went missing on Wednesday night (4/28/21) from his home in Lake Clear near Charlie's Inn. He is an indoor/outdoor cat, but is never out during the night . . . he managed to sneak out. DUBBY is just under 3 years old, neutered, grey with a little bit of white on his face, and got a lion's cut 3 weeks ago at the vet's office, so he is pretty distinctive! His fur will appear short on his body with a fluffy mane around his head and a fluffy tail. DUBBY is very friendly and it is likely he would approach strangers. If you have seen him or have any information, please call his mom at 518-637-2455.

Lost Cat 4.11.21

UPDATE: Nugget is home!

Nugget has gone missing from Dorsey Street in Saranac Lake. If you have any information, please call her owner at 518-536-1995.

Lost Cat - Missing since November 2020

Tamale was last seen on Mace Chasm road in Keeseville. She is about 3 years old, but she’s a fairly small cat, so might be mistaken as younger. She is a calico with tabby markings. Tamale went missing shortly before her appointment to get spayed, so she may be pregnant or could have had kittens. Tamale was a strictly indoor cat, so this is her first time being outside. There have been recent possible sightings of Tamale, so her mom is keeping hope alive that she'll see her again. If you have any information or think you might have seen Tamale, please call 518-593-6196.