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UPDATE: Found! Blue point Siamese cat, Emily, missing from the 5000 block of North Capitol St. NW

by Prince Of Petworth February 1, 2017 at 8:34 pm 3 Comments


“My blue point Siamese cat Emily has gone missing from the 5000 block of North Capitol St. NW. She is very friendly and cuddly with people and loves attention, but has been an indoor cat her entire life and is probably scared outdoors. She does not have a collar (I know, I know…).

She means the world to me and I’m offering a good reward to anyone who finds her or helps me track her down. I’ve had her my entire 14 years in DC.”

Please email [email protected] or call 202-365-8971 should you spot Emily.

  • K

    Oh she is beautiful. She looks exactly like my old blue point kitty who passed away a few years ago.
    The day I went into preterm labor with my twins our Siamese was accidentally let outside during the commotion. And due to chaos after I delivered my twins noone noticed for a few days that she was missing. When I finally got home from the hospital 4 days later I finally noticed she was gone. For a week my husband looked for her. We finally found her under our next door neighbors back stoop. She was cowering in the far back corner. And from the looks of her that was where she was the entire time. According to our vet, who checked her out after her outdoor adventure, that indoor cats don’t typically go far. They get immediately scared once they realize the can’t get back in and hide. And hide really well. My husband only found our cat after belly crawling underneath all our neighbors back porches/ stoops in the middle of the night with a flashlight. He only saw the flash of her eyes or he never would have seen her she was hid so well.
    Good Luck.

  • Thought

    Put some clothes/laundry/pillows outside your door so she smells something familiar. If the air is still maybe shake a kitchen rug or something outside. Having an indoor cat escape is terrifying. Best of luck and keep us posted.

  • Thought

    Found? Yay! Where? Please let us know so we know where to look in similar situations.


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