Found Cat Moggy from Whalley Range Greater Manchester M16

This found Moggy Cat was found around Whalley Range Greater Manchester M16

This young guy turned up at mine a few days ago, and is living full time in a cat kennel I have outside my catio. He was very scared of us at first,but he has shown himself to be a very loving,friendly and starving cat. His collar is baggy which to me says he might have been missing for a while and lost weight. He looks fat but it's just his large bone structure, he is skinny. He meows like a kitten almost. I am looking after him until I hopefully find his human.

Has a black smudge on his nose, wears a black collar with eyes on (similar to Toothless the dragon from 'how to train your dragon'.

Found Moggy Cats in Whalley Range
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Found13 Sep 2018
Dominant colourBlack and White
Approx ageYoung, but
Pet Listing ID88642

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
106610Lost Cat Moggy from Dukinfield Greater Manchester SK1619 Jul 2024
105826Lost Cat Moggy from Heaton Chapel Greater Manchester SK410 Mar 2024
103511Lost Cat Moggy from Sharston Greater Manchester M2208 Mar 2023
99337Lost Cat Moggy from Alkrington, Manchester Greater Manchester M2408 Aug 2021

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