Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Hebden Bridge/Howarth West Yorkshire HX7

This lost Domestic Short Hair Cat was last seen around Hebden Bridge/Howarth West Yorkshire HX7

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He was lost at lumb river hole, he was hiding in the bushes on the stone path as he refused to go near the water and next minute he was gone. He has a very high pitched, almost scratchy meow, his name is yo-yo. He is mostly black with white paws and a white belly, if you see him try to lure him in and if you pick him up be careful because he doesn’t like it, he probably will scratch you. His favourite food is the jelly from wet food, not the meat, and he is very curious so I don’t doubt he will go get food if offered.
He is microchipped so please take him to a vet so we can find him.

White paws, white belly, black body, will respond to his name.

Missing Domestic Short Hair Cats in Hebden Bridge/Howarth
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Missing since26 Mar 2022
BreedDomestic Short Hair
Dominant colourBlack and White
Approx age2
Pet Listing ID101162

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