“Willow” the Kitten has been Stolen: Please Help!

Oakville Milton Humane Society Deeply Concerned for Willow's Safety

“Willow” the Kitten has been Stolen: Please Help!
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Brenda Dushko

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Brenda Dushko is the Manager, Fund Development & Communication for the Oakville Milton Humane Society. A graduate of Sheridan College, Brenda has over 10 years in Fund Development for animal welfare and arts related charities.

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The Oakville & Milton Humane Society is asking for the public’s help to recover a three month old female kitten that was stolen from the Oakville & Milton Humane Society on Thursday, July 25th after 4pm. The kitten has a medium length coat, is spayed and is grey tabby with white markings in colour.

The kitten, whose name is Willow, was part of a litter of three kittens that came in to the care of the Oakville & Milton Humane Society with their Mom after being found in Milton. The Mom and kittens had been placed in an OMHS volunteer foster home until the kittens were old enough to be spayed or neutered and were ready for adoption.

Willow was removed from the cage she had been sharing with her siblings in one of the OMHS adoption rooms on Thursday, July 25th after 4pm. The Oakville & Milton Humane Society has filed a report with the Halton Regional Police Service.

“Tiny kittens like Willow may be exposed to viruses and need ongoing veterinary care” said Kim Millan, Executive Director of the OMHS “we hope that anyone who may know of the whereabouts of this kitten will contact our anonymous tip line at 905-845-1551 ext 31 with any information they may have about Willow”

The Oakville & Milton Humane Society cares for over 5,000 homeless animals each year, and while cases of theft are rare, each one is taken very seriously. “Each animal in our care is part of our shelter family until they are part of their forever family” said Millan “Our staffs, volunteers, the foster family, all are very worried about little Willow and hope that she will be returned to our care soon”.

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