Found Cat Tabby from Leigh-on-Sea Essex SS9
This found Tabby Cat was found around Leigh-on-Sea Essex SS9
This lovely cat has made itself a home in my back garden under some large dock style leaves. It backs onto some woodland/wasteland. I spotted her eyeing up the birds a month or so ago. 'She' has been sunning herself outside and keeping herself to herself for a while. I had assumed she lived nearby and owners were maybe on hols. Then I realised she was actually sleeping outside all night every night in her den she has made. At first she would run away but I lured her with a bit of Tesco's finest chicken and now she is a best friend. Worried that someone would be missing her, I have checked all local houses and nobody knows of her. She is quite a vocal cat, very affectionate now and brought a nice dead shrew round the other night. I worry because I am looking after her with food, milk and water but when winter comes then living outside is not a good place for her. I really hope I find her owner via this site because somebody must be missing her lots. I live in rented accommodation and am not allowed pets...
Tabby/Tortoiseshell features, white 'moustache', paws and neck, vocal, nervous at first but very friendly now, doesn't do laps but sits next to you. I think she's female but don't know how to tell! Small features and frame.
|Found||13 Aug 2016|
|Approx age||Young I th|
|Pet Listing ID||76024|
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