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UPDATE: LuLu is Back Home

Lou-Ann, an orange tabby, has been missing since Feb. 27.

UPDATE (1:39 p.m.) — Patch user Jason H posted that the one year old orange tabby, Lou-Ann is back home.

"We got her back! our room mates just found her in the next fenced-in yard rain-soaked and crying. we have her dry, warm, and fed now. thanks parkville patch and anyone who helped to look!" he said in a comment on this story.

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We just found a post on craigslist about a cat missing from the Loch Raven Village area since Friday. 

Lou-Ann, a female orange tabby, got out of her owner's home in Loch Raven Village on Feb. 27 and has been missing ever since. Here at Parkville-Overlea Patch, we have a soft spot for cats, so we'd love to help get Lou-Ann home.

Her owner, who posted on craigslist, said that she will probably not answer to her name and is less than one year old.

"She's not wearing a collar or a name tag, but I swear I'm putting one on her when she gets back," her owner wrote in the post.

A call to the cat's owner, a man named Jason, confirmed that Lou-Ann is still missing as of Tuesday evening at 6 p.m.

The craiglist post asks anyone who has seen the cat to call or send a text to her owner at 301-514-2459.

Have you seen Lou-Ann since Friday? Tell us in the comments.

Jason H. February 29, 2012 at 12:26 PM
Thanks so much for reposting this! We are still looking for her! -Jason, 301-514-2459
MaryLynn Swartz February 29, 2012 at 12:41 PM
I hope you find her!
Nancy February 29, 2012 at 04:40 PM
I'm a petsitter and will be walking 2 dogs in this area today - will keep an eye out!
Jason H. February 29, 2012 at 06:12 PM
thanks for your help, Nancy! i am going to put up flyers around the block/alley but everything is too wet right now and the flyers would get ruined right away.
Jason H. March 01, 2012 at 05:23 AM
we got her back! our room mates just found her in the next fenced-in yard rain-soaked and crying. we have her dry, warm, and fed now. thanks parkville patch and anyone who helped to look!

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