Mission team's adopted kitty lost

Hello, we are a mission team from Thomas Presbyterian Church south of Pittsburgh, Penn. One of our members adopted a tiny, yellow tiger kitten yesterday and it ran away from where we are staying, Christ Church Presbyterian at 2000 First Ave., NW. It was last seen running towards 18th NW. We are leaving Saturday to return to Pennsylvania, but if it is found, please call us at 724-255-1619 or ask for Charlie at Christ Church.

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Heather says ... on Thursday, Aug 7 at 5:58 PM

Thats so awesome! I am so glad you found your kitty. What a story you have. You came to help us in our time of need and it came back to you:)

Christie says ... on Wednesday, Aug 6 at 10:32 PM

FOUND!!! We are so amazed at the kindness of strangers! Four people took the time to contact me and today a woman managed to catch "Cedar" for us. She's in good hands with Jon and Mary and we're making arrangements to get her to Pa. Bless ALL of you

Anna says ... on Monday, Aug 4 at 4:45 PM

do you still have that cat because i was looking for other kitty....

Christie says ... on Saturday, Aug 2 at 5:38 PM

We're still looking! Thanks for those who have contacted me. We've had two sightings of kittens that look like this one - including one in Center City that turned out to be a much larger kitten. We've not given up hope of finding her. Thanks all!

Heather says ... on Thursday, Jul 31 at 4:04 PM

Please let us know if you find your kitty. I know how much effort you have put into it. I put the poster up for you at Hy-Vee.

Shelly says ... on Thursday, Jul 31 at 11:11 AM

I am not sure but a little kitten that loooks alot like this one has been hiding out in my shed. The article didnt say is it male or female. The one at my house is a male. To reach me or to see him contact me by email sbutteris@jeadams.com

Annonymous says ... on Friday, Jul 18 at 11:52 AM

I hope you find your kitty. So cute!! I hope nothing bad happens to it. That was such a kind act to adopt.

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