Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from Bristol Avon BS6

This found Domestic Short Hair Cat was found around Bristol Avon BS6

The cat appeared as a stray but is very affectionate so think has been loved in the past. He was starving and displaying signs of irritated skin so has been given a flea/tick treatment. He was found by myself on Kingsley Road when he ran into my house for the first time uninvited. He has been taken to the vets and is unneutered and unchipped. He has been advertised as found locally by at least 2 other people of for a couple of weeks before he turned up at mine. He may have got spooked by fireworks and ran away from his normal area but paper collar and adverts on local lost and found pets groups has not reunited him with an owner.

Mainly black head, ears and over its back. Has a symmetrical white markings from between the eyes and down over his nose and cheeks and face, except he has a very black top to his nose. He has a black patch under his chin which goes off the the right as you look at him. He has a white chest, a white front left leg and paw and a white right paw but a black right leg (as you look at him). He has a white belly and then black and white back legs.

Found Domestic Short Hair Cats in Bristol
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Found21 Nov 2019
BreedDomestic Short Hair
Dominant colourBlack and White
Approx age?
Pet Listing ID93455

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