Found Cat Tabby from 155 Victoria Street, London (outside McDonalds) Greater London
This found Tabby Cat was found around 155 Victoria Street, London (outside McDonalds) Greater London
Today is 23/07/19.
Since the last week or so I have seen that 2 beggars who look like heavy addicts (no teeth) bringing a large Tabby cat and sit in front of the McDonalds that is located at 155 Victoria Street, London (Nearest tube station: Victoria underground). They use the cat to beg for money and claim that all the tips are used to buy him food. They say the cat is 8 years old but who knows. I walk in front of the McDonalds very often around 12.30 - 1.30 pm and they are there.
Cat is calm, allowed me to stroke him but look sad. The fur looks good and I wonder if it has been stolen from a home. Hence I took some photos so someone can recognise him and save him.
Pink nose, rather dark coat. Chest is covered so i cannot see the colour.
|Found||23 Jul 2019|
|Pet Listing ID||91994|
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|
|103568||Lost Cat Tabby from Battersea Greater London SW8||22 Mar 2023|
|103341||Lost Cat Tabby from London Greater London SE17||28 Jan 2023|
|100395||Lost Cat Tabby from KT3 3JX Greater London KT3||03 Dec 2021|
|97763||Lost Cat Tabby from Edgware Greater London HA8||13 Mar 2021|
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