Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from Heaton Moor Stockport Cheshire SK4

This found Domestic Short Hair Cat was found around Heaton Moor Stockport Cheshire SK4

Found wandering around Heaton Moor area of Stockport very upset and disorientated. Extremely friendly boy. Has been castrated and has had some teeth removed. Looks to be age 9yrs plus - was wearing a blue collar with bell. He is cream in colour with beige tail and parts of face. Possibly may have Siamese cross breeding in him? Since taking to living in my garden - he hasnt wandered at all. When he was first found he had sticky eyes however he has had a visit to the vet and the drops he was given has helped a lot with this. He is a lovely affectionate friendly boy who is used to being handled. Absolutely adores being groomed.

Mainly cream with beige tail and beige on face. Looks to have Siamese in him. Has been neutered and had some teeth removed.

Found Domestic Short Hair Cats in Stockport
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Found23 Jun 2016
BreedDomestic Short Hair
Dominant colourCream
Approx age9yrs ?
Pet Listing ID74852

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
95596Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from CREWE Cheshire CW120 Jul 2020

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