Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from Owlsmoor Berkshire GU47

This found Domestic Short Hair Cat was found around Owlsmoor Berkshire GU47

First came to notice in September 2018 near to out property. We eventually took him in late october as he was sleeping on our porc. Black cat has tinges of brown around the neck, very small face, quiet meow when hungry, doesn’t venture very far, uses cat litter tray,male neutered. Always hungry, is ok with our small dog. We are anxious to find owner before we adopt. It is not micro chipped. When found had no collar. Appears to have poor sight. Matches a lost report in may 2018 at a road near by but the poster of that lost report has not replled to message attempts. Has been posted on social media as found

Turns brownish tinge when in sunlight

Found Domestic Short Hair Cats in Owlsmoor
ContactContact Member
Found01 Oct 2018
BreedDomestic Short Hair
Dominant colourBlack
GenderMale
Approx ageUnknown
MicrochippedYes
LocationGU47
Pet Listing ID92342

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
92949Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Bracknell Berkshire RG12 9HA01 Oct 2019
91827Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Theale Berkshire RG711 Jul 2019
89892Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Maidenhead Berkshire SL607 Jan 2019

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