Griffin, a large 10-year-old black and white Tuxedo cat, went missing from a Tremont Street area home Friday night in Melrose during the blizzard of 2013, according to the cat's owner.
DeeDee Kearney, Griffin's owner, initially contacted Melrose Patch via our Facebook page Saturday night. Griffin went missing early Friday before the height of the storm in the Tremont and Franklin Streets area, according to Kearney.
"(Griffin) is ultra friendly, loves people and will receive attention and affection from anyone," wrote Kearney in an email to Melrose Patch Sunday. "He is an outdoor cat, does not wear a collar (he keeps losing them), but does have a microchip."
Griffin went outside and normally returns quickly, especially in inclement weather, but this trip out he did not return, according to Kearney.
"We called for him up until midnight on Friday," Kearney said. "We are hoping somebody saw him and took him in.
"There are two young children who miss their 'Griffiy' so very much."
If you think you have spotted Griffin or have taken him in, contact DeeDee Kearney at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you spotted Griffin in the Melrose area? If so, post a comment below.