From The New York Shitty Inbox: Take Me Home!

September 21, 2011 ·
Filed under: 11222, Greenpoint, Greenpoint Brooklyn, Greenpoint Magic 

Remember that ferret I mentioned being found last night? Well, here he is! Sara of Greenpoint Veterinary Hospital writes:

Hi Heather,
We haven’t heard from the good samaritans as far as making flyers.  We are trying to have one of them bring him to Sean Casey near Fort Hamilton Pkwy today but one said he cannot help until this weekend and the couple says they are working today but the guy may be able to get out of work early and transfer him tonight or try to find an available friend.  If they cannot bring him to Sean Casey today then our staff will try to get him there but probably won’t happen today.  Here is a flyer and some pictures- We don’t know much about him.   He was found trying to run into traffic on manhattan ave and 3 people put him in a box and brought him to the hospital around 8:30 last night.  He is beige/red/brown, appears healthy, some slight discharge from his left eye and had very long nails.  He was a little dirty around his face and very friendly, almost too mellow according to my coworker who has had ferrets before.  We can see a neuter scar, a dark blue-ish blotch on his abdomen which I’m not sure if is some kind of identification.  Also has 2 grey spots on his right ear that I was told may be a tattoo.  I left him with cat food but doesn’t seem interested.
Let us know if you need anything else and we’ll keep you updated on his location.
Anyone who knows to whom this little fellow this belongs should call or email the Sara at : gpointvet (at) gmail (dot) com or give them a ring at: (347) 529-4345. Thanks!

North Brooklyn Lost & Found

Manhattan Avenue, 11222


Driggs Avenue, 11211


North 7 Street


The two previous photographs represent only a fraction of fliers I found in Williamsburg today regarding the disappearance of little Lou-Lou. Although I do not want to come off as blaming the victim the sad reality is dog theft (for reward money/resale) is a serious problem in north Brooklyn: always keep a watchful on eye on your canine companions. And please, please, please, collar and microchip your pets. It’s the responsible thing to do.

This having been written, if you know anything about Diamond Street’s found ferret or Lou-Lou please contact the folks at the above-listed phone numbers.


Miss Heather

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