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Subject: Lost Black Cat on July 2, 2007

Where: Topono Kennel
Momence, Illinois

Type: Domestic Short Hair
Solid Black, with a few white hairs on his chest
Golden Eyes
Weight - 10-12lbs, when lost from the kennel
Up to date with all shots, Vet at the time: Kankakee Animal Hospital
Neutered Male
Micro chip Number: 226B074D7A

Name: Noah, will come with a whistle
Temperament: Cautious around children. Friendly.

On July 2, 2007 Topono Kennel in Momence lost my black cat, Noah. I was kenneling him there over the July 4th weekend, they left a window open accidentally, and my cat got out. He has been lost out in the Momence, Illinois / Grant Park, Illinois area ever since.

I have looked for him in the area. For a month, I drove out in the area of Topono Kennel and looked for him. I have never found him. I took flyers to every house in the area, 4 different times. Some people called, but the leads proved not to be him.

I moved from the area on August 6, 2007. My father passed away in June, and I had to move back to Southern Illinois. So losing Noah has been even the more painful. I hated to move without him. And I hate that the kennel was so careless and left a window open even though it was an accident.

He is a wonderful cat. I rescued him while I lived in North Carolina. He was a survivor of Hurricane Floyd (1999), and no one claimed him at the hospital he was kenneled. The Vet students from North Carolina State University rescued and kenneled animals for 60 days after rescue date. So I took him home, and have enjoyed him being a part of my family. This cat means the world to me and any leads, any call, are appreciated.

Please, please keep my contact information, and if you acquire a solid, black, male cat that was found in July, August, give me a call anytime.

Email: dhutson@siu.edu
Phone: 618-453-4625
Fax: 618-453-7305
Cell: 618-218-9145
Home: 618-625-3681

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Subject: Lost Black Cat on July 2, 2007

Where: Topono Kennel
Momence, Illinois

Type: Domestic Short Hair
Solid Black, with a few white hairs on his chest
Golden Eyes
Weight - 10-12lbs, when lost from the kennel
Up to date with all shots, Vet at the time: Kankakee Animal Hospital
Neutered Male
Micro chip Number: 226B074D7A

Name: Noah, will come with a whistle
Temperament: Cautious around children. Friendly.

On July 2, 2007 Topono Kennel in Momence lost my black cat, Noah. I was kenneling him there over the July 4th weekend, they left a window open accidentally, and my cat got out. He has been lost out in the Momence, Illinois / Grant Park, Illinois area ever since.

I have looked for him in the area. For a month, I drove out in the area of Topono Kennel and looked for him. I have never found him. I took flyers to every house in the area, 4 different times. Some people called, but the leads proved not to be him.

I moved from the area on August 6, 2007. My father passed away in June, and I had to move back to Southern Illinois. So losing Noah has been even the more painful. I hated to move without him. And I hate that the kennel was so careless and left a window open even though it was an accident.

He is a wonderful cat. I rescued him while I lived in North Carolina. He was a survivor of Hurricane Floyd (1999), and no one claimed him at the hospital he was kenneled. The Vet students from North Carolina State University rescued and kenneled animals for 60 days after rescue date. So I took him home, and have enjoyed him being a part of my family. This cat means the world to me and any leads, any call, are appreciated.

Please, please keep my contact information, and if you acquire a solid, black, male cat that was found in July, August, give me a call anytime.

Email: dhutson@siu.edu
Phone: 618-453-4625
Fax: 618-453-7305
Cell: 618-218-9145
Home: 618-625-3681

Pros: Very nice People

Cons: Lost My Cat

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Subject: Lost Black Cat on July 2, 2007

Where: Topono Kennel
Momence, Illinois

Type: Domestic Short Hair
Male
Solid Black, with a few white hairs on his chest
Golden Eyes
Weight - 10-12lbs, when lost from the kennel
Up to date with all shots, Vet at the time: Kankakee Animal Hospital
Neutered
Micro chip Number: 226B074D7A

Name: Noah, will come with a whistle or name
Temperament: Cautious around children. Friendly. Purrs all the time.

Hello All
On July 2, 2007 Topono Kennel in Momence lost my black cat, Noah. I was kenneling him there over the July 4th weekend, they left a window open accidentally, and my cat got out. He has been lost out in the Momence, Illinois / Grant Park, Illinois area ever since.

I have looked for him in the area. For a month, I drove out in the area of Topono Kennel and looked for him. I have never found him. I took flyers to every house in the area, 4 different times. Some people called, but the leads proved not to be him.

I moved from the area on August 6, 2007. My father passed away in June, and I had to move back to Southern Illinois. So losing Noah has been even the more painful. I hated to move without him. And I hate that the kennel was so careless and left a window open even though it was an accident.

I am hoping you can keep my contact information on file, in case someone brings in a cat that looks like Noah.

He is a wonderful cat. I rescued him while I lived in North Carolina. He was a survivor of Hurricane Floyd (1999), and no one claimed him at the hospital he was kenneled. The Vet students from North Carolina State University rescued and kenneled animals for 60 days after rescue date. So I took him home, and have enjoyed him being a part of my family. This cat means the world to me and any leads, any call, are appreciated.

Please, please keep my contact information, and if you acquire a solid, black, male cat that was found in July, August, give me a call anytime.

Thanks for the work you all do.
Deborah Hutson

Work Address:
Southern Illinois University
Financial Aid Office
Email: dhutson@siu.edu
Phone: 618-453-4625
Fax: 618-453-7305
Cell: 618-218-9145
Home: 618-625-3681

Deborah Hutson, CMP
15701 South Nina Street
Sesser, Illinois 62884
Email: deborah_hutson2000@yahoo.com
Cell: 618-218-9145

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Subject: Lost Black Cat on July 2, 2007

Where: Topono Kennel
Momence, Illinois

Type: Domestic Short Hair
Male
Solid Black, with a few white hairs on his chest
Golden Eyes
Weight - 10-12lbs, when lost from the kennel
Up to date with all shots, Vet at the time: Kankakee Animal Hospital
Neutered
Micro chip Number: 226B074D7A

Name: Noah, will come with a whistle or name
Temperament: Cautious around children. Friendly. Purrs all the time.

Hello All
On July 2, 2007 Topono Kennel in Momence lost my black cat, Noah. I was kenneling him there over the July 4th weekend, they left a window open accidentally, and my cat got out. He has been lost out in the Momence, Illinois / Grant Park, Illinois area ever since.

I have looked for him in the area. For a month, I drove out in the area of Topono Kennel and looked for him. I have never found him. I took flyers to every house in the area, 4 different times. Some people called, but the leads proved not to be him.

I moved from the area on August 6, 2007. My father passed away in June, and I had to move back to Southern Illinois. So losing Noah has been even the more painful. I hated to move without him. And I hate that the kennel was so careless and left a window open even though it was an accident.

I am hoping you can keep my contact information on file, in case someone brings in a cat that looks like Noah.

He is a wonderful cat. I rescued him while I lived in North Carolina. He was a survivor of Hurricane Floyd (1999), and no one claimed him at the hospital he was kenneled. The Vet students from North Carolina State University rescued and kenneled animals for 60 days after rescue date. So I took him home, and have enjoyed him being a part of my family. This cat means the world to me and any leads, any call, are appreciated.

Please, please keep my contact information, and if you acquire a solid, black, male cat that was found in July, August, give me a call anytime.

Thanks for the work you all do.
Deborah Hutson

Work Address:
Southern Illinois University
Financial Aid Office
Email: dhutson@siu.edu
Phone: 618-453-4625
Fax: 618-453-7305
Cell: 618-218-9145
Home: 618-625-3681

Deborah Hutson, CMP
15701 South Nina Street
Sesser, Illinois 62884
Email: deborah_hutson2000@yahoo.com
Cell: 618-218-9145

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This facility is amazing. THey ake supreme care of your pets, and make them feel loved, not left behind. They have a very warn environment, that would soothe any pet. My dog loved it here. We have brpught her here 4 times now, and will never use another service. The inside and outside don't smell horrible, which you might expect since they at any given time will have over 10 pets. The staff is great. They are a very great place.

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This facility is amazing. THey ake supreme care of your pets, and make them feel loved, not left behind. They have a very warn environment, that would soothe any pet. My dog loved it here. We have brpught her here 4 times now, and will never use another service. The inside and outside don't smell horrible, which you might expect since they at any given time will have over 10 pets. The staff is great. They are a very great place.

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I recently used this place for my dogs and when I went to pick them up, they seemed sad to go. The staff are experts at dog care and really treated my dogs right. They allow to bring your own food and will accomodate 2 dogs from the same family in the same cage to curb lonliness. Prices were the best in town and for an extra couple of bucks, they'll take your dogs for 25 minute runs/walks.

PROS: Expert staff, cheap prices, superbly clean
CONS: none

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I recently used this place for my dogs and when I went to pick them up, they seemed sad to go. The staff are experts at dog care and really treated my dogs right. They allow to bring your own food and will accomodate 2 dogs from the same family in the same cage to curb lonliness. Prices were the best in town and for an extra couple of bucks, they'll take your dogs for 25 minute runs/walks.

PROS: Expert staff, cheap prices, superbly clean
CONS: none

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