Missing Siamese With Extra Toes

nx-point siamese almost 3 years old. Maybe 8 lbs - not too big. He is a polydactal with baseball mitts Turbo, a 3-year-old, lynx-point, Siamese cat, went missing December 5 in the Eureka area. He weighs around eight pounds and had unique front feet.nx-point siamese almost 3 years old. Maybe 8 lbs - not too big. He is a polydactal with baseball mitts His feet have extra toes which almost appear to be thumbs.
He often hung out in the McKay Tract.
“He’s my heart cat with a motor boat purr,” said his owner Linda.  “[A]s attractive as he is, someone could have picked him up and taken him home.”
If you have any information, please contact Linda at (707) 445-0207.
nx-point siamese almost 3 years old. Maybe 8 lbs - not too big. He is a polydactal with baseball mitts
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  • Look at petharbor.com humboldt county animal shelter, there are a few boys this color there 🙂

  • Turbo was lost from the corner of Northridge Road and Hurst Lane off of Walnut Drive in the Cutten/Ridgewood area across from the McKay Tract Community Forest.

  • humboldtpawscause.com is an excellent place to post as well as look for strayed pets!!! Hope this pretty kitty is found soon & well!!!

  • Noooo! I hope your little love bug makes it home soon!

  • Make sure you post on Craigslist too!! My Siamese was missing for two months. I kept in touch with the shelters and every other lost and found site there is!! I got a phone call one evening on her Birthday and she was found about 3 blocks from where I believe she was taken. Craigslist is the first place the people who found her looked. I hope you find your kitty! I never thought I’d see my best friend, companion and my source of comfort after a difficult divorce. Good Luck. He’s is a beauty!

  • Don’t forget to make some large colorful signs and post them all through your neighborhood. An older person that isn’t computer savvy might have found your cat and have him in their house taking care of him. Check with Maranda’s Rescue (725-4449) also.

    Sometimes offering a little reward will help. That can get your neighborhood kids to pay attention while they’re riding their bikes around.

    Good Luck to you!

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