GREENVILLE — Tammy Snyder is desperately looking for her missing, 17-year-old, female calico cat, which goes by the name of Darlin.
Snyder said this occurred while she was in a homeless shelter.
“I wish there could be a search,” said Snyder, who now has her own residence. “When my cat lays on her side, you can tell she breathes a little awkward on one side. She was born that way. She is declawed, spayed and grey with slightly orange patches. Her mother was full breed calico. I just want my baby home to me because I know she’s looking for me; I can feel it. Prayer and miracles are all I need. I got her when she was 4 weeks old. She was from Reno, Nev.”
According to Snyder, she went into the homeless shelter on March 15, 2019.
A pastor took the cat for her, but after several months the cat was given to a family.
When she had the cat, she said it was wearing a black, purple and white collar.
Snyder is deaf and gets assistance from an interpreter with telephone calls and such.
She explained she became homeless after staying with someone else; however, she alleges they wanted her father’s life insurance information, her life insurance information as well as Social Security information.
“They wanted more rent than I could pay,” she said. “CAP told me it would be best for me to go to a homeless shelter.”
“So, it’s just me,” Snyder said. “I cry all of the time. I haven’t been able to sleep.”
Those having information on Snyder’s missing cat may call her at 937-569-4073 or email her at [email protected] .