SCOTTSDALE, AZ — A two-month outdated kitten has gone lacking from a Scottsdale animal rescue, and the shelter believes he could have been stolen.
Foothills Animal Rescue is asking for the public’s help in obtaining Gray, a two-month old kitten, just after he disappeared from the rescue’s Brynne Smith Memorial Campus in north Scottsdale.
He was very last noticed by staff members at 2:30 p.m. on Monday when most of the shelter was in quarantine right after two staffers analyzed favourable for the coronavirus. A volunteer informed leadership the cat was missing during her 4:30 p.m. change.
“We are a quite small shelter and that tends to make it easy for us to keep track of
the dogs and cats in our care,” Foothills Animal Rescue CEO Shannon Valenzuela claimed in a assertion.
Gray had been housed with three other cats in 1 of the shelter’s cat rooms. Team members have scoured the shelter for Grey and remaining out meals in several spots both Monday and Tuesday night time, but the kitten is nowhere to be observed.
At the time of Gray’s disappearance, there were two workers functioning in the administrative workplaces at the entrance of the shelter. Neither of them observed something suspicious, according to the rescue.
Gray was not sporting a collar at the time of his disappearance, but the kitten is microchipped to Foothills Animal Rescue. The microchip corporation is on notify if everyone must test to register it to a new name.
The rescue asks anyone with facts to contact (480) 488-9890.
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