Found: Echo Park kitten crying in the rain

Submitted by Patrick M.

I found a cat on Bonnie Brae last night crying in the rain. It came right up to me so I think it’s somoenes. If you could mention this somewhere that would really help me. I’m very allergic and want to get this nice kitty back home. Very sweet and friendly, seemed scared by the rain. Definitely very young. and was hiding and crying by a dumpster. Please come get it! Very sweet cat but i’m allergic! Call Pat. 617 290 6846

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  1. That might be my friends kitty! Let me post this on her page!

  2. very nice of you to do this. Hope the kitty finds its home!

  3. Echo Park Neighbor

    Yes, very sweet of you to rescue this poor kitty! You can take him to the nearest vet so they can check if he is micro chipped.

  4. Thats a good idea, I will take him to the vet. Really wish I could keep the guy, he’s so awesome. Anyway thanks!

  5. Actually Blue Collar Pet Supply on Echo Park and Grafton can also scan him for a chip.

  6. He’s got worms and still has his nuts. I guess that probably means he’s a stray? But he’s really, really friendly so I dunno. I’ll bring him to the vet and get him scanned, fixed, and de-worked. If it turns out that nobody owns him (which I’m assuming)I’ll be trying to find him a good home asap.

  7. Definitely keep us posted if he needs a home!

  8. This AMAZINGLY friendly cat may still be in the hunt for a home. Let mw know if you’re interested! He’s one of a kind this guy…

  9. Update: His name is now Barry, he is 4 months old. He has found a very happy loving home and he will be going there Sunday night! He got his shots, dewormed, bathed, and he had no chip. He’s just a remarkably friendly stray cat whose charm earned him a home!

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