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Sunday, 29 November 2009

Not So Easy Like Sunday



It's not so easy to take it easy this Sunday, knowing that Thomas is out there somewhere.



Please come home Thomas. I promise if you come home I'll share my treats. let you sleep in the best spots and I'll even stop giving you the smackypaw of doom!


Charlie O'Marley x

32 comments:

  1. We are hoping with all our hearts that Thomas will return!

    Charlie we know you are missing your friend. We will keep praying for Thomas.

    Your friends
    at Boo-Bahs Little Sunshines

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  2. Place food and Thomas toys at the front door to attract.He will return because many purrs were and continue to be send.Love Paloma, Wu ,Lud and Boris.

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  3. Oh we hope Thomas comes home soon! We haven't stopped purring for him since we heard he was gone!

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  4. Our momma's ♥ is breaking with you. Momma also suggests that if you has children in your neighborhood to tell them that they will receive a reward if they can find Thomas for you. They should work in pairs so one can stay with Thomas when he is found and the other can come to get you.

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  5. Da fambly kitties has a good idea there!

    I hope Thomas comes home soon. I'll definitely be thinking of you -- and I'll have my two kitties Pimp and Moo purr for him to come back!

    Maybe leave stinky food outside, too.

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  6. Did you go door to door with pictures? That's how we found Sniffie when she escaped.

    We're purring really hard for Thomas.

    Sniffie and the Florida Furkids

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  7. We just heard about Thomas missing. We will be purring and purring for him to come home quickly!!!

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  8. We were so hoping that Thomas was home.....we will continue to purray for his safe return.......love from us.

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  9. Oh Thomas, please, please come home now! I sure am glad he has a microchip. I am purring my best!

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  10. Leave some treats outside and keep a look out. We are still purring for thomas!

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  11. We are purring our hardest for Thomas!!!

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  12. WE are purring our hardest for Thomas!

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  13. I have been purring my loudest.. Please come home Thomas.. Safe and well...Hugs GJ x

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  14. We know man cats sometimes stay out for a few days. But Thomas needs to come home quick, he has too many cats and people worried. We hope comes home soon.

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  15. Oh no! We are just catching up with the CB news and saw that Thomas O'Toole is missing! We are sending him lots and lots of come home soon vibes!!

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  16. We hoped Thomas would be back. We will keep purring our strongest purrs to guide him back home.

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  17. Continued purrayers that Thomas will get him soon.

    (((HUGS)))

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  18. We are just hoping and hoping that he will be home safe soon. Our purr motors are working so hard, he must be able to hear us.

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  19. Thomas I will send you some of my ham! Please come home.

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  20. We are purring as hard as we can for Thomas to come home!!!!!!!!!
    Purrs Mickey,Georgia & Tillies

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  21. We're purring extra hard for Thomas!

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  22. I'm still sending Sibe Vibes fur Thomas to khome home...

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  23. Come on home Thomas! Purrrrrrrr

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  24. We are all purring and praying that Thomas comes home!!
    MamaCat & the FurryPurries
    Ozzy, Alice, Bootsie, Freckles, Lola, Dandelo, Honey & Pinkie

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  25. Please come home now Thomas, we all need you back, specially your humans!!

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  26. We'll be purring for Thomas to be home soon too.

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  27. We are purring and praying for Thomas to return safel ~ we love him. Stay strong.

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  28. Check Your own Yard First
    Indoor cats who slip out will usually stay in their own yards, or hide under decks, foundations, and shrubbery.
    Create Flyers with a Photo of the Cat
    Offer a reward (more about this later), and distribute the flyers door-to-door in at least a three-block radius, also post in store windows and on telephone poles.
    Ask your Animal Control Officer
    Give him/her a flyer and ask that s/he be on the lookout for your cat, dead or alive.
    Call Local Veterinarians
    It is possible a "guardian angel" brought your cat in with injuries; ask the vets if you can post a flyer in their clinics
    Visit your Local Animal Shelter
    Leave a flyer and ask if a cat meeting the description has been brought in, alive or dead
    Enlist Neighborhood Children
    Visit your local school and ask that children keep their eyes (and ears) open for information about your cat; hand out flyers. Ask for permission from school authorities before talking directly to children.
    Advertise
    Most local newspapers and shopping guides will allow free "lost & found" ads. Also Check the newspaper listing for "found cats"
    Post to Local Lost/Found Internet Pages
    Some communities sponsor web sites specifically designed for lost/missing pets.
    Check with Local Rescue Organizations
    Ask for permission to visit foster homes that may have recently taken in a cat meeting the description.
    Hire a Pet Detective
    Preferably one with tracking dogs and other technology designed for that purpose.
    from BORIS ,WU, LUD AND PALOMA .PURRRRSSSSSS

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  29. Check Your own Yard First
    Indoor cats who slip out will usually stay in their own yards, or hide under decks, foundations, and shrubbery.
    Create Flyers with a Photo of the Cat
    Offer a reward (more about this later), and distribute the flyers door-to-door in at least a three-block radius, also post in store windows and on telephone poles.
    Ask your Animal Control Officer
    Give him/her a flyer and ask that s/he be on the lookout for your cat, dead or alive.
    Call Local Veterinarians
    It is possible a "guardian angel" brought your cat in with injuries; ask the vets if you can post a flyer in their clinics
    Visit your Local Animal Shelter
    Leave a flyer and ask if a cat meeting the description has been brought in, alive or dead
    Enlist Neighborhood Children
    Visit your local school and ask that children keep their eyes (and ears) open for information about your cat; hand out flyers. Ask for permission from school authorities before talking directly to children.
    Advertise
    Most local newspapers and shopping guides will allow free "lost & found" ads. Also Check the newspaper listing for "found cats"
    Post to Local Lost/Found Internet Pages
    Some communities sponsor web sites specifically designed for lost/missing pets.
    Check with Local Rescue Organizations
    Ask for permission to visit foster homes that may have recently taken in a cat meeting the description.
    Hire a Pet Detective
    Preferably one with tracking dogs and other technology designed for that purpose.
    from BORIS ,WU, LUD AND PALOMA .PURRRRSSSSSS

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