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 and found
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
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.
You know that adorable table at Paulie Gee’s where you can hang out, have a beer and show your appreciation for the amazing pizza and hospitality by writing a note and sticking it in the secret box in the table? Someone took off with all the notes that customers left over the past two and a half years.
Paulie is seriously heartbroken and wants them returned. Any information leading to the safe return of those precious notes would be greatly appreciated. If you have them, do the right thing and stick them in an envelope and mail them back anonymously (60 Greenpoint Ave). They are worth so much in sentimental value.
Sometimes it feels like Greenpoint is the capital of Lost Kitty-land, or perhaps where all Internet cats go to retire. It doesn’t take long to find a lamp post covered with layers of lost cat posters, old ones getting covered up by new ones. It feels as though our fine little northern Brooklyn neighborhood is overrun with free kittens, feral cats and locals looking for their lost furry friends.
Ever wonder how this happens? How do people lose their cats? Do they leave their doors or windows open? Are felines naturally attracted to those giant digester eggs at the waste facility on Greenpoint Avenue? Are Greenpointers trying to hipsterize their cats by making them “free range”? If your cat “escapes” your home, would you chase right after it? Or do people think that posting flyers all over the neighborhood will bring them back?
Look at these flyers. Many of them don’t have a good picture of their cats so the tiny chance that someone may identify their missing pet is minimized. And many say, “Goes by: Mr. Fluffypants” Really? Cats respond to names given to them? I don’t think so. And there is the phone number; what are you supposed to do with that? Call and say that you think you just saw their cat running east on Manhattan Avenue?
I do have sympathy for anyone losing a loved one, but might I suggest to all cat owners right now: Take some good mug and side profile shots of your kitty and create a missing cat flyer template now because chances are it’s going to happen.
Now, I don’t have a completely sarcastic view of this. Just yesterday, I was walking down my street and saw another missing cat flier for a very cute long-haired friend named Nappy, and it reminded me of when I lost my beloved feline Casper when I was 12 years old in a land far away from here.
Thunder the cat who went missing has been found! Welcome home Thunder! We love happy endings!