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Lord knows, we’re a little reluctant to start doing “Lost pet” stories, lest everyone from Greenpoint to Bensonhurst start sending us “Missing” posters, but how could we turn a blind eye to Mushkah?

This lovable gray desert lynx has been missing since last Wednesday from her home on the corner of Seventh Avenue and 17th Street, said her owners Bob Brockmann and Maya Solovey, who posted fliers all over the neighborhood.

Brockmann and Solovey are offering a reward for helping to find Mushkah, who may be in search of love.

“She’s in heat, so we believe she escaped to try to find a mate,” Solovey said.

Be on the lookout for a slender gray, eight-month-old cat with black stripes, a whitish face, black nose, yellow eyes and a white belly who may or may not be walking with a new boyfriend. If you see her, call Solovey at (917) 364-7755.

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Josh from Red Hook says:
Wise up Bob and Maya - if you had spayed your cat like good and caring companions (its free at the ASPCA for krissakes) , then Mushkah's urge to roam would have been obviated, she'd still be home, and you would be able to say that you had not contributed to the overpopulation of stray and feral cats on our city;s streets. Good work, you idiots!
Aug. 3, 2008, 6:08 pm

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