A man’s wedding band was lost at the Wayland Town Beach on Tuesday, September 13. The owner had been swimming, so it could be either on the beach or in the water. The band is gold and is engraved with “Pat & Rob 1968” on the inside. It is 48 years old, and obviously has great sentimental value. Large reward offered. If you have any information on the band, please contact Erika at firstname.lastname@example.org
This dog was found in the area of west Plain Street today. To claim the dog, contact Wayland Animal Control at 508-358-3625
This cat has been hanging around a home on Ellen Mary Lane at night, probably attracted by the food for that home’s cat. The home owner has been leaving out extra food for it, so it may continue to stay in that area. If this is your cat, or if your recognize it, please contact Amy at 781-771-0187 (or by email at Amyd6123@gmail.com). [Note: this is not previously posted missing cats Sammy or Holly.]
Sammie is a black cat with a white face. She was last seen on Quincy Rd near the Cochituate baseball fields. She is all black with white cheeks and a white bib. She is very shy and may skitter off when approached, but if you can get a hold of her, please do! She is probably hungry so might come to the rattle of food in a dish. If you spot Sammy, please call Jeanine at 781-710-9772
This cat has been seen several times on Boston Post Rd (near White Rd/Old Connecticut Path). The cat is not wearing a collar. If you recognize the cat and know where it belongs, please contact Nachi at 617-817-2567.
Missing Cat: one year old orange tiger cat missing from Daymon Farms neighborhood. She is not an outdoor cat and likely starving. She scares easily but is very lovable once in your arms. Please contact Theresa with any information via email at email@example.com or phone at 508-259-4757