Category Archives: Lost Pets

Lost Dog Who Lost a Leg (Updated)

UPDATE: Allie was found on the porch of Buz and Susan Garry and has been returned home safely. Yay!

Submitted by James Brazell:

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In the Tuesday morning cold front, one of my gates blew open and I lost my dog, Allie, an older, female, chow-mix with three legs.

1151 County Road 458, Coupland

512-658-0830

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Missing Kitty

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This cat was found by David and Mary Havens a couple months back. No one claimed her so they adopted her. They took her to the vet for a check up and vaccinations. The cat’s name is Star. She disappeared on Halloween night.

There is a similar looking tomcat on the north side of Coupland but he is larger and a bit ragged looking.

If you have seen this sweet kitty, please send a message to {This email is obscured. Your must have javascript enabled to see it} and I will put you in touch with the Havens.

 

Is This Your Kitty? [Reposted]

I posted this story earlier today . . . or at least I tried to post it from my mobile device because I did not have access to a computer. It didn’t come out right and since then I learned more about this cat.

It appeared at our house on the northern side of Coupland yesterday. It looks to be less than a year old. It turns out that it followed our neighbors home and they have posted flyers looking for the owner. If no one claims it, they will adopt it and take it to the vet for a check up and shots.

Submit a comment to this article if you know where it belongs and I’ll pass the information along.

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HAVE YOU SEEN MY OWNER?

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Missing as of 6-28 a year old female tabby. Name is Eany. Please call Barb Franklin at 512-626-3251
(Submitted by Jennifer Dollins)

Publisher’s Note: I have been told that this marking in a cat is actually called “tortoise shell,” and that the cat would be called a “torti.”¬†According to Wikipedia, “A cat with this coloring, but also with the tabby pattern, is a torbie.”

Of course, it doesn’t matter what it is called. Please be on the lookout for this sweet kitty cat.