Found Cat Tabby from Birmingham West Midlands B33
This found Tabby Cat was found around Birmingham West Midlands B33
Encountered the cat on my way home. He was sat in the middle of the road and the approached a young man walking in front on me who ignored the cat. It then approached me and followed me three doors up to my house. When I opened my front door he came inside where I fed him and let him rest.
I took him straight to the vet who told me he was a neutered male and that he did not have a microchip. The vet also concluded that he did not have any fleas and was healthy. She told me to put him back where I found him for 24 hours, on the off chance that he did have a home. However he was still there two days later, making me think he's a lost.
He is incredibly friendly and affectionate. He knows how to use the litter box but will also approach the door if he wants to go out to use the toilet.
Predominantly black with brown striped on his sides, legs and sides of face. He has a white mouth and nose which runs down to his chest and continues under his stomach. He has a scratch on his nose, however, this seems recent and I believe its from one of the local strays.
|Found||02 Dec 2016|
|Pet Listing ID||79268|
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|
|79317||Lost Cat Tabby from Birmingham West Midlands||12 Jan 2017|
|79316||Lost Cat Tabby from Birmingham West Midlands||12 Jan 2017|
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