Lost Cat Burmese from Broadstone Dorset BH18
This lost Burmese Cat was last seen around Broadstone Dorset BH18
Reward Available for Safe Return
POPPY has been missing from her home (16 Insley Crescent, Broadstone, Dorset, BH18 9EA) since Tuesday 7th September 2021. She was a very healthy and clever cat, and as she’s getting older she would never be out of the house for more than a few hours at a time and even then she would always stay in the garden. On the day she went missing, she went out around 10AM and never came back home. It was a very hot day and we know for a fact she would not have run away. We suspect she has been stolen or has been taken in by someone else. Poppy is MICROCHIPPED, registered with Hillside Vets Corfe Mullen, now 13 years old as of 2022, is black and white, usually very vocal and she was NOT wearing a collar when she went missing. Please help us find our cat! She was my best friend and I miss her every single day. The level of heartache and not knowing if she’s okay has been unbearable. £250 reward if found!!
POPPY is a black and white Burmese cat, fur looks more brown in the sunlight. She has a white “bib” and belly, as well as white paws and back legs. She has long white “eyebrows” and whiskers and responds to her name and treats. Friendly. No collar. Microchipped. £250 reward!
|Missing since||07 Sep 2021|
|Dominant colour||Black and White|
|Pet Listing ID||101834|
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