Seven-year-old cat Blinky is missing. He was last seen at the studio where he lives (215 Post Road West, Westport) at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, January 30. He is an indoor/outdoor cat and will wander out into the woods, but always comes back. When he didn’t show up for breakfast Friday morning we started to worry and unfortunately he still has not returned. He is a friendly cat but can be a little skittish around people he doesn’t know. He could have easily wandered into a garage or shed out of curiosity. We think he is out there somewhere and really want him to come home. If you see him or have any information, please call Katherine at 203-858-9005. (CLICK TO ENLARGE)
Wednesday, December 08, 2021
Patches is a two-year old neutered male, 55-pound terrier mix with short white hair and black spots, most notably a black patch on his right eye. He was last wearing a silver chain, but unfortunately not his regular tag collar. He is microchipped. He is very friendly and submissive to other dogs. Patches is back home now. (CLICK TO ENLARGE)
Ruby is a 14 year old terrier mix. She is DEAF and VISUALLY IMPAIRED. She hears loud clapping. She is a reddish tan color and weighs 15lbs and is about 15 inches tall. She was last seen early Saturday morning, April 21, 2018, on Laurel Road between Otter Trail and Maplegrove, off of Imperial Ave., in Westport. She may be skittish but she is sweet. She likes food and treats. She is wearing a collar with ID tags and a red tag that says “Deaf Dog”. She also has a black harness on. Please check garages, crawl spaces, and sheds, under boats, docks, decks, trampolines, etc. We’re concerned she may be stuck and something and can’t get loose. She may be hard to see because she blends in with fallen leaves. Please call us if you see or catch her. 203-644-4801 or 203-505-4825. Thank you, Claudia Besen
Blaze is back home with his family, safe and sound. He was lost on Colonial Road in Westport around 7pm on Tuesday, November 14 but was picked up 20 minutes after his escape by a kind neighbor. The neighbor kept him overnight and posted his information via the Nextdoor app, which, with the help of another neighbor, led to his return the next morning.
This cat was found yesterday in the Greens Farms neighborhood approaching houses between Morningside Drive and Maple.Avenue. It is clearly a lost house cat and was very hungry. If this is your cat, or you know where it lives, please send a message to this email address:
UPDATE: Roxy is home again. He was last seen at 16 Long Lots Road on August 26th at 2:00pm. He is a brown mutt and weighs about 17 pounds. He is super friendly.
Here is a drawing of our missing cat. She is a small semi-feral black cat. Please call 203-227-4329. She’s been missing since June 24, Thank-you.
On Feb.26, this dog was found in the rear parking lot of CVS Pharmacy, 397 Post Road East. A 60-pound, intact male American pit bull terrier. He is approximately 1-year-old. We’ve been calling him Dudley! He has Scars on his neck and face and beautiful light colored eyes. Right now we are trying to locate his owner but he may be available for adoption in two weeks as no one has come forward to claim him. Contact Westport Animal Control 203-341-5076