Found Cat Unknown - Other from Queens Park Greater London NW6

This found Unknown - Other Cat was found around Queens Park Greater London NW6

have You Lost this Sad & Lonely Black & White Cat with a distinctive black smudge on it's nose? in the Queens Park - NW6 area?
This Poor Cat has been around for a couple weeks, currently sheltering in Lynton Road, (Queens Park area) NW6.
He has been sheltering in the car bay next door to My friend's house, We have been putting food & water on the shed roof for Him (as He is too frightened to come close). We put a trellis from the shed roof to the fence next door, thinking He would then be able to get out of there and go home (wherever that is?), but He just came onto the roof, ate food & had water, then returned to sheltering under the car bay canopy-roof.
My friend hasn't seen Him for the last couple of days, after a tabby appeared on the shed roof & starting eating the food, so My friend has been dropping biscuits over the fence for Him.
Mayhew Animal Home are in touch with Us, waiting to hear back from the neighbour, if they can access the Garden-Garage area of Her House.

Black smudge on nose

Found Unknown - Other Cats in Queens Park
ContactContact Member
Found13 Jun 2017
BreedUnknown - Other
Dominant colourBlack and White
GenderMale
Approx age
NeuteredUnknown
MicrochippedNo
LocationNW6
Pet Listing ID82062

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