Found Cat Tabby from Barnet Barnet Hertfordshire
This found Tabby Cat was found around Barnet Barnet Hertfordshire
Suspected stray however just in case:
neutered male Tabby, he was extremely malnourished and dehydrated, completely flea-ridden and covered in bald patches and sores.
I took him home and let him sleep in the spare room over night (two cats of my own so I could not expose them to him) and gave him some food and water, then this morning before work I took him to the vets next to my office, I visited him this afternoon at lunch time and will go and see him again tomorrow morning before work.
The vets have approximated his age at around 13, he only has one tooth, they have de-wormed and de-flead him and will keep him under observation.
He had no collar on and has no microchip.
Due to the sensitivity of this case - believed to have been severely abused and/or neglected and therefore we are not making his distinguishable features public just in case
|Found||05 Jun 2016|
|Pet Listing ID||74323|
The following lost pets are matches to this found cat, these were listed on the lost cat register after this pet was found.
|#||Possible Lost Pet Matches||Date Listed|
|88490||Lost Cat Tabby from Goffs Oak Hertfordshire||01 Sep 2018|
|85735||Lost Cat Tabby from Park Street, St Albans Hertfordshire AL2||07 Mar 2018|
|78787||Lost Cat Tabby from Bishops Stortford Hertfordshire||12 Dec 2016|
|78511||Lost Cat Tabby from Sawbridgeworth Hertfordshire CM21||28 Nov 2016|
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