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Missing Cat: Lena is missing from Dairy Farm Lane

Lena was last seen on Thursday, December 19 at her home on Dairy Farm Lane (off Pine Brook Rd, near Old Connecticut Path)  She is a calico, and is roughly one year old.  The cat escaped the house during the day and was last seen later that evening in the same area, but does not come when called. She can be very vocal and is not wearing tags.  If found please contact Beth Furlong at 617-594-6596

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