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Lose your cockatoo? Got room at your Inn for Noah & Max?

By Gary Bogue
Friday, November 30th, 2007 at 6:53 am in Lost and found.

Lose your cockatoo?
Someone’s lost pet cockatoo was recently hit by a car in Pittsburg, Calif., and taken to VCA Cottage Animal Hospital in Walnut Creek for care. They treated the bird and are now trying to find its owner so it can be returned.

If you think this bird is yours, please call 925-935-9080 and identify it. I’m sure it will be happy to see you again!

Noah & Max need a home
Two special 8-year-old cats, Noah and Max, are in need of a good home this holiday. Noah (a brown tiger tabby) and Max (who is all black) watched their human die on October 30 after a long battle with cancer. Since then, Noah and Max have been living alone in the house. Thankfully, a neighbor and their estate lawyer, who is in charge of their care and eventual placement, are doing the best they can to care for them. However, the longer they remain home alone, the more fearful and skittish they become.

Both cats would do best in a quiet non-smoking home with a patient person or couple with no other animals. If someone is willing to open their heart and home to Noah and Max, they will receive much love and joy in return. Plus Noah and Max come with lifetime medical care.

If anyone is interested in adopting Noah and Max, please contact their lawyer, Gretchen Wettig at 925-457-7453.

Thanks for caring! /Gary

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No Responses to “Lose your cockatoo? Got room at your Inn for Noah & Max?”

  1. Pat in Antioch Says:

    Hi Gary,
    Just testing here….I know I left a comment on your CRASH! BAM! Hawk in the window! post, but it’s not there.
    Thought maybe after the lawyer comment on Max & Noah your guys got a little ticked & took over the computer!! :-)

    Pat in Antioch

  2. Gary Bogue Says:

    Hey, we’d never do that! We just throw rocks. (We just changed over to new software for writing our blogs and your missing comment may have been lost in the shuffle.) /Gary

  3. Cathleen Says:

    A beautiful Severe Macaw flew into our backyard today in Clayton. It is green with blue and orange under its wings. I’m sure someone is missing this gorgeous large bird. She is safe and being well cared for. If you can get the word out to help find its family, it would be much appreciated.

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