Best of Craigslist: Lost and Found in Burnsville
Lost a cat? Found a dog? Check this out.
• Sept. 9: Lost cat named Munch
Munch the cat went missing around Buck Hill area on Friday, Sept. 7. The cat is white with a black/grey "coon-like" tail, according to the owner. The owner is offering a cash reward. Anyone with information should call 952-334-8673.
• Sept. 7: Lost gray cat
Sketty the cat was lost on Sunday, Sept. 2. Her owner describes Sketty as a "really social cat" who loves Cheez Whiz. She has no front claws. If found, please call 651-325-6153.
• Sept. 5: Found cat/kitten
The poster says a small black cat with a white mark on its chest wandered into their backyard on Sept. 4. The poster lives in the area of 134th Street and County Road 11. Click the link to contact the poster.
• Sept. 4 - One-year-old Boxer lost
Lux, a Boxer dog, went missing on Labor Day. The dog was last seen around the Burnsville High School football field, at approximately 7:40 p.m. Lux is black with a white chest and white paws. She was wearing a punk collar, with leash still attached when she went missing. If you've seen Lux call 612-750-6943.
• Sept. 3: Lost dog, Terrier/Poodle mix
A local family is searching for Max, a 5-year-old Cairn Terrier/Poodle mix who weighs about 15 pounds. He was last seen wearing a blue collar. He ran away on Aug. 19 and is not familiar with his surroundings. The family suspects that he may be trying to find his way back home to the Eagan/Burnsville area. This poster has offered a reward.
• Aug. 31: Red heart-shaped gemstone lost
The poster lost a red heart-shaped gemstone (garnet), which came loose from a necklace pendant on either Aug. 30th or Aug. 31. The stone could have come loose in the Richfield, Edina, or Burnsville areas. The gemstone had an inscription on its face. The poster has offered a reward. Click on the link above to contact the poster.
To claim the reward, respond via e-mail:
1. Write "GARNET" in the subject line
2. Describe the inscription (lettering) on the face of the gemstone, lettering or font style, and include color of the inscription—black, white, gold, silver, etc.
3. Identify where the gemstone was found.
The poster is adament that anyone seeking to claim the reward follow the instructions above.
"I will ONLY respond to your email if you give me ALL of the above information. SERIOUS inquiries ONLY please!" They write.