Extreme Weather in Barbados terrifies pets – watch them carefully: Dog Found in Hastings and Cat lost in St James

If I was Norse I’d say Thor was really pissed off at something the other Barbados did the other day… Tropical Depression #15 as I understand is now Hurricane Omar and is a deadly Category 5, when it passed by Barbados, it sure terrified the bejesus out of most of my cats!

Simone/Simmy came in Tuesday mid-morning sopping-wet like she went for a swim and she started to bay which set off the b&w puddy tat Mimmo (Simmy’s youngest daughter and looks like Ryan Holgerson’s Sophie in Kitty Litter) to start howling, whereas Simon was cool as a cucumber and just went up to his Mom and sniff at her face and ask what is the matter… Patch and Tipi were nowhere in sight (Ahem, they’re neutered, so NO – it was NOT weather for leather for THEM, ok?).

Simon is an amazing feline, eventually he found a spot to relax…

I bring up this since those who track this News-Blog are aware, many pets have been escaping around periods of bad weather – they need our reassurance that this mad-arsed weather is not Ragnar?k, Armageddon, Last Call or whatever…

Case in Point?

Another dog has been found: Wed 15 Oct between Bubba’s & The Hilton (Christ Church)

Large male brindle mix breed dog – perhaps a cross between a Bull Mastiff & a Great Dane (see attached photo)

Please contact Justine (231-5857) or Rachel (231-4742)

I had a reason for referring to my cats, there is one now lost on the West Coast –

Please help.

We have lost our beloved Cat, Maui

Maui was last seen on Sunday 12th October 2008, he lives in the

Jamestown Park, Holetown, St James area.

Maui is a Medium Brown Tabby with White Short Haired Male Cat who has no ID.

Please search your garage/shed to make sure Maui is not trapped.

If you find Maui, please contact Anthony by Phone; 367?2534

Thank you
Sara Meek

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