Tortoiseshell Cat Inside a Uhaul from Florida is Found in South Carolina

Tortoiseshell

Often times when we hear about stories of lost cats or dogs, many cases involve pets that merely wandered off and we found not too far from home.  However, it’s rare when a cat is found in another town, or in this case an entirely different state!  Right now workers at Greenville County Animal Care are reaching out to pet owners in Tallahassee, FL, after a lost cat wound up there.

According to the South Carolina shelter’s website, the cat, Gypsy, known to be a Tortoiseshell, was found inside a Uhaul rental truck on Nov. 29.   So far, the shelter only knows the truck ended up in Florida following a two-day travel from Tallahassee, according to a post in the Facebook group Lost and Found Pets in Tallahassee. She does not have a microchip, may be spayed, was not declawed and appears to be about 3 years old. They describe her as a Tortie.

Unfortunately that’s all the information we have right now but we would certainly appreciate it if you could share this post with anyone you know who lives near Tallahassee and is a cat lover.  Also be sure to reach out to any local shelters in the area.  We hope that Gypsy is returned home soon!

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