Found in Echo Park: Found Fluffy Adult Gray Cat

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Appeared out of tree in our yard near Clinton/Kent, East of Alvarado, on Wed 09/02. Medium sized; fluffy medium-dark gray fur, a bit scruffy, but she/he friendly and very talkative, not afraid. Green eyes. Hungry but appears to be fed regularly. No collar; has not been seen here before. If no one claims, bet this kitty would be great adoptee.

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  1. Editor,

    Thanks for publishing our Found Gray Fluffy Cat story. This little guy is extremely loving, wants petting and attention, but we already have kitties and just can’t adopt. Sure hope his person sees this.


  2. This looks like our next door neighbor’s cat Gris Gris. He lives at 1939 Clinton St.

    • Thank you! Have you any idea why kitty might have left there? He is definitely used to being indoors.

    • My daughter took Gris into enclosed front yard and he took off towards back of property as though he was very comfortable being there. We live just few houses away. Thought maybe the moving going on next door might have frightened him? Thank you again for responding here. We love cats but both have two and couldn’t take him inside.

      • Well, Gris Gris is back! Would be willing to email with me about this, maybe put us in contact with his people?
        [email protected] Thank you.

        • Owners of Gris Gris Please come get this poor little cat! He cries at our doors, two people are needed to get in or out of our house because he wants in so badly. Our own cats are hiding under bed and/or fighting with each other because he is meowing loudly and looking in doors and windows. It is very sad and pathetic. He wants petting and love. We’ve provided water, food and little outside bed. Please contact me at above email ASAP.

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