Found Cat Moggy from Ilkeston Derbyshire DE7

This found Moggy Cat was found around Ilkeston Derbyshire DE7

First seen in our garden around September/October 2017. Seemed increasingly hungry and eating bird food.and since christmas comes twice a day for food but imposssible to get near, very scared and runs off if try to approach. Always turns up dirty/dusty. Won’t stay in our house even through freezing weather. Quite big, smallish head, predominately white face with black smudge under chin. All black tail. No collar. Pink nose. Black blobs on both side of body. Grey/white hair in some of the black seem to be increasing. Old? On one side of body the black splodge is almost heart shaped. Still here 22.2.18. Never heard to make a sound except a hiss once when scared and thought offered food was a threat. Will come into kitchen but go immediately after eating. Attempt to shut door when inside house results in blind panic. Seems so afraid/wary of people. Does not want to be with us! (But will continue to look after puss) Health seems ok. Impossible to get near, stroke or be able to check for microchip. Seems sweet unassuming puss beneath serious anxiety. Lost a long time?

Black smudge under chin.

Found Moggy Cats in Ilkeston
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Found22 Feb 2018
Dominant colourBlack and White
Approx age3 - 4 yrs
Pet Listing ID85570

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