Missing Cat Domestic Short Hair Skipton North Yorkshire BD23

The cat went missing from Burnside Crescent in Skipton on 8th
November in the evening and hasn�t been seen since. He of a tall and slim build, not yet a fully sized cat. He is wary of people and the outside world. Loves to play with our dog and is very friendly. He likes to run round the house and play most of the day but peaks at around 7o�clock at night. If you have found this cat or it looks similar please contact me on 07547242727 or Susan on 01756799276. Thank you.

A reward will be given on the return of Thomas.

Reward Available for Safe Return
Missing 2s in Burnside Crescent

Added on 14-11-2011 Pet Listing id 35222 [583]

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Missing Since: 14-11-2011

Lost Pet Features

  • Domestic Short Hair Cat
  • Postcode area BD232BU
  • Missing since 14-11-2011
  • Dominant colour is Grey
  • Approx age is 1 year
  • Gender is Male
  • Neutered: Yes

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