A Florida girl who evacuated from Hurricane Irma lost her cat, Jay-Z. (Source: Trish Cosgrave)< img src= http://WALB.images.worldnow.com/images/15100107_G.jpg alt= "A Florida girl who evacuated from Typhoon Irma lost her feline, Jay-Z.(Source: Trish Cosgrave)

The black and white cat jumped out of Taylen's arms as the family stopped for gas in Terrell Co. (Source: Trish Cosgrave)“title=”A Florida girl who evacuated from Typhoon Irma lost her cat, Jay-Z.(Source: Trish Cosgrave)”border =0 width= 180 > A Florida woman who evacuatedJay-Z does have a microchip. (Source: Trish Cosgrave)from Typhoon Irma lost her cat, Jay-Z.(Source: Trish Cosgrave)

Terrell Co. Animal Control Director Martha Ann Coe said she needs the public to help this family find their pet. (Source: WALB)

The black and white cat jumped from Taylen’s arms as the household picked up gas in Terrell Co. (Source: Trish Cosgrave ) Jay-Z does have a microchip.(Source: Trish Cosgrave ) Terrell Co. Animal Control Director Martha Ann Coe stated she needs the public to help this family find their family pet.(Source: WALB) TERRELL CO., GA (WALB)-A Florida family who evacuated from Hurricane Irma requires South Georgia’s assistance to reunite a little girl with her pet.Taylen, 8, and her mama Trish Cosgrave stopped at a Dawson filling station on Friday, September 8, while leaving from Fort Myers, Florida ahead of the hurricane.When they stopped, Taylen’s black and white cat, Jay-Z, jumped out of her arms.He hasn’t been discovered since.Now, Terrell County Animal Control Director Martha Ann Coe said she requires the public to assist this household find their pet.Taylen’s mommy has made two trips to Dawson from Fort Myers in recent weeks, wishing to discover Jay-Z.”

She’s a single mama, plus the 10-hour journey and the expenditure of that, she can not come every weekend,”stated Coe.”We’re depending on our neighborhood, our cops department, our constable’s department, and a lot of certainly our residents to assist us discover this feline.” According to Coe, teams have actually put out leaflets and canvassed the neighborhood, hoping somebody will find Jay-Z and bring him house to Taylen. “She has had this feline because he was 4 months old,” said Coe. “They adopted him from a shelter in Florida, and he will be 3 this month. They just do not know exactly what to do. They have no idea where to turn.”

Coe said she’s asking people to watch out for the feline around the Dawson and Terrell County area.Jay-Z does have a microchip.If you see the feline, call(229)995-4410. Stay up to date with WALB on the go! Follow us on social and

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