Color of Pet's Coat:
black with orange, tan, and caramel patches and accents
American short/medium hair and Chartreux
Weight (in lbs):
10 lbs. when she went missing
Distinctive markings: Snickers' left paw and the back of her head are caramel/orange-colored. She has a patch of tan on the right side of her chin. Her chest has caramel and tan patches, and her tummy has bigger tan patches. She is a mostly black cat with caramel/orange and tan accents and brindling throughout her coat--no tiger stripes. Snickers has her back claws only.
General Description: Snickers is a nine-year-old American Short/Medium Hair & Chartreux mix. She has a small face and a petite frame. She weighed 10 lbs when she went missing on Sept. 28. She's a "Tortie"--tortoiseshell colored and patterned: a black cat with caramel, orange, and tan accents throughout her coat. Snickers has no gray or white coloring, and she is not a tabby, meaning she has no tiger stripes. She is a black cat with caramel, orange and tan patches and accents. She has a microchip. She did not have a collar when she went missing.
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Snickers may still be roaming in the Ramsey Hill and Summit/University neighborhoods. She has been sighted several times near where she went missing on Sept. 28--at Nathan Hale Park where Portland and Summit meet.
Snickers is shy and quiet. When she does make noise, she either "chirps" or meows very softly. She was born in the wild, but has rarely been outside since coming to us at 6 months old, so she is likely skittish. Normally, she knows and comes to her name and to the word "Treat"! She is a sweet cat. I am extremely worried for her well-being, and her sister kitty and I miss her very much!