[Summit] Missing Cat (Sad Update)
madelineklein at verizon.net
Tue Aug 21 14:31:19 CDT 2018
My condolences on the loss of Bear. Our pets are precious.
Coyotes are few; cars are many. Perhaps selfishly, I’ve chosen to keep my cats indoors. One compromises and goes out on a leash; the other prefers to stay inside. We want what’s best for our animals, and it can be a hard decision.
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> On Aug 21, 2018, at 1:45 PM, Greg Gerritt <gerritt at mindspring.com> wrote:
> There are coyotes in the North Burial Ground as well as Swan Point. I have also seen them along the Moshassuck river in Pawtucket. Swan Point to the North Burial Ground is about 1 mile. A coyote can cover that in less than 5 minutes. They are everywhere. Keep your cats in for their safety. greg
> From: Mona Delgado <Mona_Delgado at brown.edu>
> Date: Tuesday, August 21, 2018 at 9:53 AM
> To: louise zuckerman <rlzuckerman at msn.com>
> Cc: Summit Neighborhood <Summit at sna.providence.ri.us>
> Subject: Re: [Summit] Missing Cat (Sad Update)
> I had one in my back yard on 4th Street - last block towards N. Main.
>> On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 9:20 PM, louise zuckerman <rlzuckerman at msn.com> wrote:
>> So sorry....
>> From: Summit <summit-bounces at sna.providence.ri.us> on behalf of Emmanuel Falck <emanfalck at gmail.com>
>> Sent: Monday, August 20, 2018 8:20 PM
>> To: summit at sna.providence.ri.us
>> Subject: [Summit] Missing Cat (Sad Update)
>> Dear Neighbors,
>> Someone coming home from working at Miriam Hospital informed us that they had spotted Bear, our missing large cat, in the jaws of coyote. The coyote dropped Bear at one point while being observed and the Miriam worker confirmed that Bear was dead. The Miriam worker described Bear's collar which we had not described in our posting and was different from the one in the picture posted on the SNA listserv and on Facebook - so we find the account credible and accurate.
>> Thank you everyone who kept and eye out for him. Bear will be missed.
>> The coyote was spotted near the park on 9th St. and Highland Ave.
>> I have witnessed coyotes multiple times on Blackstone Blvd, but never thought they would venture past Hope St into a more thickly settled area - sadly for cat owners they have.
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