TULSA, Okla. — The Philbrook Museum of Art is asking Tulsans to be on the lookout for their missing garden cat, Sage.
According to the museum's Facebook post, Sage's GPS tracker was found in the Gardens, so staff cannot locate the cat or her whereabouts. Sage is microchipped and her information is up-to-date.
Philbrook's staff is asking to be looking for these details about Sage:
- Grey and tan tortoise/tabby mix with greenish-yellow eyes
- Small and stout, approximately 6.5 pounds
- Pink nose outlined in dark brown
- Lighter belly with dark spots
- Striped tail
- Super friendly and likes belly rubs
If Tulsans find Sage or believe they have seen her, they can call 918-748-5300 or email the museum at firstname.lastname@example.org so that she can return safely back home to Philbrook.
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