Tabby Cat found in Hoboken

Orange cat found on Willow Ave. in Hoboken – is he yours?

Earlier this week, Hoboken411 reader Michelle found an orange long haired tabby/ maine cat was found under a van on Willow Ave between 10th and 11th Street. He followed people into the basement of a restaurant.

“He is super friendly allowing us to pick him up, pet him and check his paws. Has a red and black striped collar on. Front claws are declawed and the back are short. He obviously was an indoor cat. Currently is safe and warm. Is being taken Monday to get scanned for a microchip.”

If anyone recognizes this missing cat or would like to foster please email asunshinegirl84@gmail.com

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6 Comments on "Tabby Cat found in Hoboken"

Shellie E
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Shellie E

We found him a home! His new parents will keep him unless his owner is found. Going to the vet saturday to get checked out.

FYI turns out he isn’t declawed, just has really short nails he kept hidden until he got a bath tonight. Thanks to all who offered to take him.

happyfurball
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happyfurball

I’ve seen this kitty a few times in the past few weeks – under cars, on the roof of cars – always near el flamboyan… I couldn’t get close because I’ve had my dog… Bless you for taking car of that beautiful kitty!

sasha
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sasha

I am a cat lover- have had cats all my life and would never have them declawed. It is
their only defense. I don’t understand why people do this to them. They are the most
beautiful creatures in the world. If you have a cat, do not declaw.

trueblue11
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trueblue11

THIS is why people should not be allowed to de-claw cats. You have a de-clawed cat that was on the street, unable to defend itself. Kudos to Michelle, for taking him in. For the record, CATS HAVE CLAWS, this is something to consider when you get a cat. If this is a problem, DON’T GET A FUCKING CAT. People can be such selfish, ignorant ASSHOLES.

mooshu
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mooshu

Best comment of the day, although the theme here could apply to many who raise (or “raise”) some form of creature in this town.

:: Hint ::[quote comment=”206123″]THIS is why people should not be allowed to de-claw cats. You have a de-clawed cat that was on the street, unable to defend itself. Kudos to Michelle, for taking him in. For the record, CATS HAVE CLAWS, this is something to consider when you get a cat. If this is a problem, DON’T GET A FUCKING CAT. People can be such selfish, ignorant ASSHOLES.[/quote]

pawzclawz
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pawzclawz

I agree with you. I have a declawed cat as well. I was not the one who had him declawed. I adopted him from craigslist. He was already declawed. If this cat still needs a foster by Monday,I will take him in. I just want to make sure he doesn’t have any diseases that my cat can contract. My kitty will some company. [quote comment=”206123″]THIS is why people should not be allowed to de-claw cats. You have a de-clawed cat that was on the street, unable to defend itself. Kudos to Michelle, for taking him in. For the record, CATS HAVE CLAWS, this is something to consider when you get a cat. If this is a problem, DON’T GET A FUCKING CAT. People can be such selfish, ignorant ASSHOLES.[/quote]

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