Sasha isn't an Arkansas tornado kitty, but the tornadoes hit close to her Little Rock home may have spooked this girl. This Facebook thread tells her story.
Sasha is a 5-year-old solid black beauty who slipped out sometime on April 19th (one week, one day ago). She has one very green eye and one brown eye, which is very distinct.
This sweet kitty has a lovely swinging flabby sweet soft belly and is typically very very friendly. However, since she's never ever been out before, and could be very confused and scared. She's been declawed and spayed.
Last seen near Rodney Parham and Shackleford road and a very possible siting near the Prospect Building on University and Evergreen in Little Rock.
If seen, contact the group here.
This Facebook group page is assisting, with information on rescue groups, where to have pets scanned or treated and other up to date information. Residents who find an animal are asked to hold onto it until it's owner is located.
If the thread in the first paragraph doesn't take you to the lost or found pet, please check the albums on the group page.
Please leave a phone number where you can be reached. Don't depend on people being able to reach you on Facebook.
Also remember to be very careful who you release a "found" pet to. Sadly, in other disasters, people have taken advantage of the situation and taken custody of pets that did not belong to them.
People who have lost everything don't need to deal with nefarious folks also.. These disasters bring out people who scam, so please beware.
Examiner articles are unpublished after pets are reunited with family. This simplifies keeping up with the many pets still needing help finding their family.