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Lost & Found
Found cat in library area, call 781-872-1107.
Found cat in library area . . .
HELP PLEASE SHARE!!! SQUID IS MISSING!!! Squid the cat was last seen at around 1am on Saturday the 16th (March) in his home in North Reading MA. He's very friendly and loves people, so he may come up to you if you see him. He will not come if called SQUID IS COMPLETELY DEAF. Large, all grey, fluffy…
As the Snap search continues, we know how worried everyone has been with the recent blizzard and this past weekend's storm. We do not have any sightings to report BUT wanted to let you know there is a silver lining to the blizzard: animal tracks are easier to identify in snow! One of the dog …
Lost Jack Russell Terrier, elderly female short and chubby, named Wilma. She is mostly white with black head and spots, stub tail, wearing a black collar with Petco Rabies tag, no micro chip. We believe she was taken into a car on Marblehead St., North Reading at 8:30 p.m. on 12/31/12. She is on …
We are still looking for Snappy, our female weimaraner. She has been seen around the Burlington area in recent days. Any information about her whereabouts would greatly increase our chances of finding her. If you have any information please call: 617-256-8772. Thanks to the community for all of …
Have you seen Snappy? Please help us find our beloved family dog: She is a 4-year-old, grey, spayed female Weimaraner with a docked tail, was lost last Thursday (9/6) at the Burlington reservoir. There have been several sightings of her in and around the Burlington area. She is easily scared so …
Snappy, a 4-year-old female Weimaraner, was lost last Thursday at the Burlington reservoir. According to recent sightings, Snappy appears to be traveling several miles every day. Snappy is easily frightened, so don’t give chase. If you spot Snappy, call 617-256-8772.
Found in the Library area of Reading at around 1pm.
This kitty has been hanging around in the Temple Street area (Woburn St. end) and acting like a stray. He even has broken into a house multiple times to fight with indoor cats! One person is feeding him/her in case he or she is a stray. If this is your cat, please reply so we don't try to catch a …
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