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Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Hudson police looking for owners of cats abandoned on roadside Sunday

By JOSEPH G. COTE

Staff Writer

HUDSON – Police are hoping someone recognizes a pair of friendly house cats that were found abandoned on the side of the road on Sunday.

Jana McMillan, Hudson police’s animal control supervisor, said the adult cats were found in a cardboard box on the edge of Windham Road. ...

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HUDSON – Police are hoping someone recognizes a pair of friendly house cats that were found abandoned on the side of the road on Sunday.

Jana McMillan, Hudson police’s animal control supervisor, said the adult cats were found in a cardboard box on the edge of Windham Road.

She said the cats are in relatively good health and only needed some grooming.

“They appear to be very friendly, owned by someone,” McMillan said.

McMillan estimates the cats, one female and one male, are 4-5 years old. The larger male cat may be part Maine Coon Cat. A new home for the cats has already been arranged, she said.

McMillan said she wants to prosecute whoever abandoned the pair under the state’s cruelty to animals law. Police ask anyone who has information about the cats’ former caretaker to call McMillan at 886-6011.

“I have no suspects. I have nothing,” she said. “I just want people to call who have information for me.”

– JOSEPH G. COTE