UPDATE: Pippi has been found.
A reader writes in about her cat who has gone missing:
Pippi has been missing since August 19th. She was last seen near Union St. and Orange Rd. I don’t think she has traveled far because she is currently injured. Her right hind leg is wounded and she cannot walk on it. Pippi is a very sweet cat but due to her injury she is very fragile and scared right now. She enjoys lounging in the shade and sleeping under bushes, if you live around Union Street and Orange Road please help and check your back yard for Pippi. She usually meows when you say her name.. She doesn’t have a collar. Please help and call Gabby with any information 973-960-7136.
Portraits by Michael Stahl photographed 25 dogs and their owners donated almost 500 pounds of dog food at its 6th annual Dog Days of Summer fundraiser on Saturday, August 9. Donations were given to the Montclair Animal Shelter.
A reader writes in:
FOUND- Vocal male gray tabby cat. Small frame. Skinny, likely out and about for a bit. Small kink in the tippy top bone of tail. VERY friendly. Obviously not ferrel. No collar. Found in Bloomfield (Wattsessing area) Glenridge border. Safe & fed for the night…. Taking to get checked for microchip this am.
Tuesday, Aug 12, 2014 11:25am | COMMENTS (0)
Update: Daisy has been found.
A small black dog Daisy was last seen this morning when she was hit by a car. Dog ran off, family is looking for her.
Good news! The tipster writes in:
I just got off the phone with the owner. Hooray! Thank you so much for posting! So happy Lady will be reunited with her family. Kudos to Baristanet and another thumbs up for the power of social media!
The Montclair Township Animal Shelter will host a “Kitty & Poochie Pajama Party” pet adoption event on Friday, August 1, from 7 p.m. until midnight. Shelter staff will don their best in sleep attire and invite you to come along in your favorite PJs. Continue Reading
Come learn the basics on how to best walk your dog in a public setting and see some of the proper equipment to own so you and your furry friends can make the most out of your time in our local parks. This program will be hosted by Joel Tabor of Montclair Feed & Pet Supply and the Essex County Division of Cultural and Historic Affairs. Continue Reading
Sunday, Jul 27, 2014 9:09am | COMMENTS (2)
Update: Another Baristanet lost pet story with a happy ending. “Ginger” has been reunited with her family!
A reader writes:
We discovered a missing cat (Saturday, June 26th at about 10am) on Highland Avenue in Upper Montclair. The cat looks like she/he belongs to someone because the fur is trimmed like a little lion. The kitty is friendly but really hungry, and may have been missing a few days. I’m sure the cat must belong to someone.
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