Update May 4 8:30 pm Click here for more information. Richard Ellis has been found!
Facebook: Jamie’s Legacy is doing everything they can to find Mr. Richard Ellis of Ohio.
According to a May 2 post by Jamie’s Legacy, this is what has been done to date after a cat named Midnight was lost In Huntington, Indiana last October.
1. We have the original lost post as posted by and on the local Humane Society site on Oct. 9/14 telling the story of Mr. Ellis losing his cat Midnight at a local motel while he was staying there.
2. There is no other identifying information, no city, no age, no profession, nothing other than name and state.
3. Mr. Ellis also had his dog with him at the time.
4. Mr. Ellis searched for Midnight and when he could stay no longer, he left his contact information with a few places to call. That information cannot now be found.
5. We have checked with the local paper, The Tab, and they checked ads for 3 weeks around Oct. 9/14 and did not find one.
6. We are posting this on every lost/found pet page and group that we can find in Ohio.
7. We have searched FB and messaged any Richard Ellis’s we found in Ohio.
8. We have a listing of 24 telephone numbers for Richard Ellis’s in Ohio and are calling them all.
Ways you can help:
1. Share, share, share
2. Ohio residents check your white pages and call any Richard Ellis’s you find and ask if they lost their cat in Huntington, IN in the fall of last year. Give them our number if they say yes.
3. Post on any lost/found animal pages in your area asking for those people to share.
Jamie’s Legacy is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Animal Welfare organization advocating and implementing ‘The Compassionate Path – TNR for Community Cats’ in Huntington, Indiana. Their organization was started after one of their precious cats went missing, and died before they could be reunited. The organization now works in part to reunite owners like Mr. Ellis with the cats they’ve lost.
Richard Ellis is out there, somewhere, in Ohio. Since he left his contact information, Mr. Ellis most likely believes Midnight was never found.
This post needs to go viral to everyone in the Ohio area. Social media now plays a major role in reuniting lost pets with their owners. You never know whether you will be the one to post the link to this article, and the article reaches Richard because you took the time to post it.
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