October 16, 2021


We know our pets

Cats nevertheless missing following storm other pets discovered

Quite a few cats are however lacking subsequent the March 26 twister other animals have been identified a short while ago, but their entrepreneurs are unfamiliar.

Members of Facebook groups such as Missing and Observed Animals of Coweta County GA and Newnan Tornado Dropped and Identified have been difficult at operate hoping to reunite animals and entrepreneurs.

At the Coweta Animal Services Shelter, four young cats, all apparently from the exact litter, ended up observed on Watson Push and introduced to the shelter April 1. There are two brown tabbies, a gray cat and a white-and-black cat, all with lengthy hair.

A black-and-white Labrador retriever combine was picked up on Roberts Street on April 2, and a black pit bull combine was picked up March 29 on East Magnolia Drive in East Newnan. A black-and-brown Belgian Malinois combine was picked up March 31 on Millard Farmer Road.

Usually, when a pet is recovered from Coweta Animal Solutions by its operator, a daily boarding price is charged. Nonetheless, they are performing with pet house owners whose animals went lacking for the duration of the storm, claimed Lt. Thomas Bush.

A number of cats have been claimed to be hanging out in the Powell Spot spot between Temple Avenue and Elm Road. A black cat showed up at Lowe’s just after the twister.

A pale yellow tabby was discovered in the area of Gordon Road.

Tumon, a extended-haired grey tabby, is lacking from Smokey Highway just after the storm. His proprietor is Cayla Couch, who can be attained on Fb.

Rojo, an orange tabby with eco-friendly eyes, is a 4-year-old neutered male who disappeared from Smokey Road right after the twister. He has no collar. The house owners can be reached at 404-441-3775 or 470-345-4093.

A camera and feeding station have been set in put on Second Avenue to attempt and locate lacking cats. Various lacking cats have been observed on the digital camera, but have nevertheless to be reunited with their proprietors.

Nevertheless separated from their owners are Patches from Second Avenue, Frehley from Sixth Avenue and LaGrange Avenue and Mae from Sprayberry Street.