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Original post made by Robin, University South, on Mar 29, 2012

Our cat didn't show up last night and we haven't been able to locate him. Below is a description and how to get in touch if you've seen him. Thanks!

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Posted by Lost Cat in Palo Alto
a resident of Old Palo Alto
on Apr 24, 2012 at 12:48 pm

Black & gray tiger-striped, green eyes, pinkish nose, declawed in front. His name is Lucky and he is a sweet and shy indoor cat that went missing on 4/23/12, near Emerson and Santa Rita in Palo Alto. If found/seen, please call 617-620-4931.

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Posted by Michael
a resident of Midtown
on Oct 29, 2012 at 12:08 pm

Lost Black Cat,skinny. Missing from the 2500 block of Alma St., Palo Alto since 10/19/2012. I have had her 16 years, old but healthy. Her name is Ginger. She has never not come home at night, until last Friday. Please help find her. I have a huge sign posted on Alma Street with phone number and flyers all around Midtown. Please help find her. We miss her very much. My phone number is 650-387-4920. Thank you.

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