This cat was found at the intersection of Chase and Church, in Kingston. Seemed lost and scared. If this is your kitty:
Rosie is a long/medium haired, neutered, 4 year old male cat. His fur is a light creamy orange color, and he has a white belly. He also has a ring of white fur around his muzzle, and light tabby markings on his face. He is a very friendly and lovable guy. He’s missing from Intervale Road in Wilton. Our daughter is heartbroken.
You must get from the assessor office the Section, Block and Lot numbers for your house and the house with the cats. It is referred, the number, as an SBL, and only the assessor office can give you both. The Kingston Assessment Roll book on line at the county web site lists some municipalities by last name, and others by SBL number order. Kingston is by SBL number. I am stymied until I get those two numbers. A simple phone call to the assessor office should take care of it, or, if you have to, go to the City Clerk office, file a Freedom of Information Act for the two numbers, pay 25 cents for the information, and bring it back to us. Everything else is commentary.
It was the last day she saw her cat, Kingston.
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About the Spay Neuter Kingston Initiative: ‘s primary goal is to facilitate the opening of a high-volume, reduced cost spay/neuter clinic open to all members of the public regardless of demographics or monetary income. Our current focus is on improving the welfare of community cats in the Kingston and surrounding area through Trap/Neuter/Vaccinate/Return (TNVR). SNKI was approached by, and now runs, the City of Kingston T/N/V/R Program which has been incorporated into our own. SNKI also runs the , finds suitable homes for adoptable cats and kittens from our community cat colonies and offers low-cost microchip clinics to the publicKingston Creative is pleased to announce that a cats and dogs-themed adult coloring book by local artists is now available at Heart of the Catskills and also on .The Screening Room is a 2-screen independent movie theatre located in the heart of downtown Kingston, Ontario. We play all kinds of movies, but we specialize in art-house, indie, foreign, and classic cinema. The Kingston Animal Shelter provides temporary housing for stray and/or abandoned dogs and cats in our community, until permanent homes can be found. The Town of Kingston provides the shelter with a small operating budget. However, all expenses related to veterinary care; including exams, vaccinations, spay/neutering, medicines, flea/tick/heart-worm treatments and preventatives, as well as the creature comforts we provide, are covered exclusively from donations.