September 25, 2010 ·
Filed under: 11106, Astoria, Astoria Queens 

While quite a stretch I am posting this anyway. Why, you ask? Because anyone who would go to this amount of trouble to recover a lost pet deserves to have a leg (or would that be tail or whisker?) up! I found the above flier at the intersection of 31st Street and Broadway. If you have seen Ellie June or know of her whereabouts please contact her very concerned “people” at the above-listed telephone number. Thanks!

Miss Heather


No details are given but I found these fliers along Manhattan Avenue and parts of the north side while running errands today. If you have seen this winsome little one (or know of his or her whereabouts) please contact his/her “people” at the above-listed telephone number. Thanks!

Miss Heather

Spotted On Delancey Street: No Questions Asked

July 5, 2010 ·
Filed under: 10002, Lower East Side, Lower East Side Manhattan 

Lost pet fliers are a dime a dozen in this city. They break my heart. What makes this one all the more compelling is where I found it: Delancey Street. This is a long way from 21st Street where Sammy was last seen. As I was walking back to the L train I observed Sammy’s “people” have canvassed the entire Lower East Side and the East Village with these fliers soliciting his return. He is clearly loved and missed. If you have seen Sammy or know of his whereabouts please contact his owners at the above telephone number.


Miss Heather

Lost In North Brooklyn: Oscar, Sparkles & Rambo

Oscar: flier found on Graham Avenue at Richardson Street, 11222

Sparkles: flier found on Morgan Avenue & Maspeth Avenue, 11211

Rambo: flier found on Montrose Avenue at Graham Avenue, 11206

If you have seen any of these wayward cuties or know of their whereabouts please contact their respective “people” at the above-listed telephone numbers.


Miss Heather

Has Anyone Seen Chicken?

June 3, 2010 ·
Filed under: 11211, Williamsburg, Williamsburg Brooklyn 

When I see fliers such as this one (which hails from Havemeyer and South 4 Street Street) my heart breaks. If you have seen Chicken, a blonde terrier mix who sports one of the coolest pet names I ever encountered, or know of his whereabouts please contact his “people” at the above-listed telephone number. Thanks!

Miss Heather



I stumbled upon this flier  on Lorimer Street as I was walking home this evening. As the flier indicates, this lovely lass was found at McCarren Park yesterday, November 9, at 8:00 p.m. If this is your dog, please contact her good Samaritan, Elizabeth, at the above-listed phone number as soon as possible. If she does not hear from the rightful owner before November 19th she will assume this girl was abandoned (and if she was— SHAME ON YOU, whoever you are).


Miss Heather

Has Anyone Seen Troy?


This— the latest addition to the slew of lost pet fliers I have found this week— hails from Union Avenue and Bayard Street. Troy’s person, Jessica, writes:

Just moved to Greenpoint from Virginia and my dog Troy got out last night Oct. 7 without his collar. He is a 2 yr old German Shepherd who is very friendly and gentle but extremely timid. Troy is about 55 lbs and has white on his paws, chest, and tip of his tail. He shys away from unfamiliar faces which makes locating him tricky. Please call me if you see him so I can assist in the rescue and get him home.

If you have seen Troy or know of his whereabouts you know what to do… Thanks!

Miss Heather

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