Animal Control Officer:
Will Watson 207-934-4911
Please contact us with your specific requests, and we will prepare a free estimate.
Max is missing from 188 Saco Ave.
He is mostly black with white under chin and on belly, about 2 years old, and very sweet. Max could have been picked up and dropped somewhere between OOB and Portland. He is wearing a blue collar.
Please call Trista 219-1874
Missing from 24 Walnut St.
Dan or Beth--934-8242
Dan's cell 939-2984
Beth's cell 615-7188
Homer is a golden tabby, 10 years old, missing from Camp Comfort in Ocean Park.
If seen please call Susan at 232-5890
Mittens is missing from Fern Ave.
She is a small sized black and white, with white in her ears, and tuxedo look on chest.
Wearing a green collar.
If seen please call Candi 937-2285
OOB HAS A CONTRACT WITH THE KENNEBUNK ANIMAL SHELTER
The Official Name is "The Animal Welfare Society in West Kennebunk, Maine"
They may also be reached at 207-985-3244
A 9 month old male cat
Cat is friendly
He lives at 37 Summit Street, cabin 7
Owner is Bobbi Jo Lyons
Contact email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone number 207-376-7579
MISSING CAT – PLEASE HELP US FIND “BEAU
Beau, has been missing since Monday morning (4/22/13) from Carleton Avenue, OOB. He is a four year old gray/white short-haired tiger cat. He has an ID chip but no collar. Beau is extemely friendly and loves people.
Phone # is 934-2565 & e-mail address --Beaudoin8@myfairpoint.net. Thank you sincerely to anyone who might have any information.
CAW TIPS TO HELP FIND A LOST PET--
After you contact Animal Control and CAW, do the following:
1. Keep outside light on.
2. Put food out.
--You might even put a piece of your clothing, recently worn, by the door.
3. Put litter out, not cleaned.
4. Look at night when it is dark and quiet.
--We also find that many cats come out between 5 and 6 am, looking for food.
5. Look under porches.
6. Look in abandoned houses.
--A cat that is trapped, hurt or hungry will likely "meow," so whether you're searching by yourself or with a group, take a few minutes in every area you search to listen quietly and attentively for the cat calling out.
7. Ask nighbors to check basements and garages.
--Cats that are chased from their territory either by dogs, or other cats, will often become "displaced" into unfamiliar territory. Many of these cats, once their adrenaline levels have subsided, will work their way back home, often showing up the next day or a few days later. Many of these cats, will be so frightened by the experience that they will hide and will be too afraid to return home. We've seen many cases where a cat was "lost" but was actually just three houses away.
8. Keep the door open and call till you go to bed.
9. Contact local shelters, visit once a week. (kennebunk)