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Lost Your Cat? Watch Out For This Fancy Scam — 1 Comment

  1. When I first saw the title I thought that you may be talking about an outfit called “Lost My Kitty”. They also may have a
    site called “Lost My Doggie”. I subscribed to the site about a year ago, and get email notices of lost pets. They charge to notify neighbors via email. It seems like a beneficial activity, but several times I’ve looked closer at the content for the post. Most of the time it’s very vague information, sometimes with only a sketch with only a detail like “black”.

    When I saw the first post last year, I thought that something wasn’t right. But I didn’t notify my friends at the StrayPetNetwork, until recently. I’m convinced that this is an “official scam” that has continued in operation for a time, but I don’t know for how long.

    These people need to be investigated, but I’ve got my hands full at the moment, getting ready for a move, after 4 months of couch surfing, with my kitty who needs dental extractions.

    I have 4 estimates that are close in price, but the drugs are different. I’m concerned about the side effects because Mitzy has reacted to drugs previously. So, I’m in the process of researching the drugs and their potential side effects, to minimize adverse reactions.

    If anyone has experience with a drug I should avoid, please let me know. I’ll continue my research, while I give her
    Buprenorphine and natural Orajel.

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