Did you lose your wedding band on Nassau Avenue this past weekend? A Greenpointers reader found it and posted this ad on craigslist. We hope that it goes back to its rightful owner in time for Valentine’s Day!
Lost & Found
Local cat went missing from Oak St yesterday. Female striped cat had a flea collar. Call (646) 251-3418. Reward if found.
Help this Greenpoint couple find their cat!
Here’s the description: Black with white patch on neck, 10 lbs. Neutered male named Raven. Last seen Sunday, April 27, Diamond St. between Nassau and Norman. Not wearing collar.
Please contact Ray: ray.schamp[at] gmail [dot] com / (410) 916-7156.
If you have seen or know the whereabouts of this lost Greenpoint Jack Russell Terrier named “Sailor” – please contact its owner:
skaterron (at) gmail.com
Great news – Colt was found!
Greenpoint resident, Eliot Walden, has kindly taken in an adorable stray cat that he found last night (8/27) at Brouwerij Lane on Greenpoint Ave and Franklin.
From Eliot: There was this cute little black stray cat wandering around the trash and playing underneath the cars on Greenpoint Ave. The cat has no collar or any form of identification. I ended up catching it in order to get it off the streets and give it some proper food/water, so it is comfortably at my apartment now.
Please contact Elliot is this cat belongs to you (or if you might be interested in adopting him)! If the owner isn’t found, he’ll be looking for a home.
Phone: (646) 396-3837.
The owner writes:
I lost my cat, Fez, last night (8/13/13) around 65 Ainslie St (betw. Union and Keap in 11211.) He fell off a 4th floor balcony, and I am not sure whether he is hurt or not.
He is just over a year old, not microchipped, petite with gray and white tuxedo markings and green eyes.
Under normal circumstances, he is very friendly to strangers.
UPDATE: Oscar has been found!
Please help a fellow Greenpointer find her missing cat Oscar.
Male gray striped tabby cat named Oscar – last seen on June 4th near Sutton between Nassau and Driggs.
If you live in this area, take a moment to look in your basement, garage, anywhere a scared kitty could be hiding. Another missing kitty we posted about spent three weeks in a neighbors basement and was found alive.
If you find or see Oscar, call 917-974-8596. Reward for his safe return.
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Missing since May 7th, “Kitty” was last seen on Norman near Eckford. She is a 12 year old, 8lb spayed female cat, with a pouchy stomach and a wandering eye. If found contact Oren at 310-415-3162.
UPDATE (5/31) Kitty was found in a neighbor’s basement after 3 weeks without food and water, a love, skinnier, but amazingly well.