Help! My Puddy has gone missing in Conder

helpfindpuddy 29 November 2010 8

puddy the cat

Hi everyone, I’m hoping one of you out there might have seen my Puddy.

Puddy is a desexed and micro-chipped black male short-hair cat with a white spot below his neck. Puddy went missing around 21 November in the vicinity of Russell Drysdale Cres, Conder, while being looked after by a neighbour while I am overseas for a few weeks. Puddy is very affectionate and talkative and likes to wander around the neighbourhood making new friends – I suspect someone in the area might have been befriended by him and given him a new home. I have checked with the RSPCA and they do not have him.

A reward will be offered for Puddy’s safe return. If you have seen Puddy please call me on 0413624438.


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8 Responses to Help! My Puddy has gone missing in Conder
screaming banshee screaming banshee 7:08 am 30 Nov 10

Captain RAAF, have you been to the deep south lately?

cleo cleo 10:34 pm 29 Nov 10

Hi when you say checked out RSPCA, did you go there or just rang, it makes a big difference, if you haven’t gone to check yourself, I would do so after my previous experience, I had rung when my dog went missing, and was told she wasn’t there, I went anyway and discovered she was indeed there.

Kuku Kuku 9:24 pm 29 Nov 10

Gorgeous boy. He’s probably just gone a-huntin the abundance of meeces that’s around at the moment. I’m sure he’ll be home soon.

Pork Hunt Pork Hunt 5:51 pm 29 Nov 10

Ask the Captain (not whorebags, the other one…)

toriness toriness 2:59 pm 29 Nov 10

he’s gorgeous. hope you get him back safe and sound soon.

P Taker P Taker 2:37 pm 29 Nov 10

Probably should have bought him a collar.

djk djk 1:13 pm 29 Nov 10

I will certainly keep an eye out for him.

Have you tried Canberra Connect / Domestic Animal Services? I seem to remember you can register lost and found animals on there somewhere…

carnardly carnardly 12:04 pm 29 Nov 10

I hope you find him.

I assume you’ve done the obvious like putting posters up around your streets and shops? You could ring up all the local vets and ask the same questions.

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