A striped tiger cat from Riverside Drive. A calico from Bay Spring. A Siamese from Foote Street.
All across Barrington cats have gone missing, and officials from the Barrington Partnership for Animal Welfare are seeking help in locating the lost felines.
The volunteer organization has posted information about the missing cats on its website — www.barringtonpaw.org — and also sharing details about what to do if someone is able to find one of the felines.
Some of the cats are outdoor pets and others, like Snow White, a female long-haired kitty that is quite shy, are indoor pets that slipped outside and failed to return home. Barrington PAW did not share any information about what may be to blame for the missing cats.
“Barrington PAW is advising residents to keep cats safely indoors whenever possible,” stated a release from the organization.
Cats that have gone missing recently include:
• Frankie — a male Siamese cat, friendly and vocal – slight tear in left ear – missing on Foote Street
• Patches — a female calico, friendly – missing from Bay Spring/Narragansett Avenue area
• Gus — a female gray striped tiger with fluffy tail is missing on Riverside Drive
• Oliver — a male Siamese cat is missing from River Oak
• Snow White — a female long-haired all white shy normally indoor-only cat is lost on Fireside Drive near Kent Street
• Boo — a male long-haired solid black cat lost on Knapton Street near Hundred Acre Cove
• Billy Lilly Flufftail — a tan Maine Coon is missing on King Phillip Avenue
“Anyone who believes you may have seen these missing cats can contact Barrington PAW at [email protected] or 401.524.7742,” stated the release. “For information on keeping cats happy indoors and additional information on finding lost pets visit their website at www.barringtonpaw.org.“