Lost Cat British Short Hair from Greenford/perivale Middlesex UB6
This lost British Short Hair Cat was last seen around Greenford/perivale Middlesex UB6
Jolie is a black short haired female cat. She went missing from my home on Buckingham Avenue at 03:30am when I let her out. She normally returns 2-3 hrs later. As I normally feed her about 05:30 am . I do not know of any reason why she went missing. I adopted her from the Rspca Southall cattery about 3 months ago. This is the first time she hasnt come back. She seems to prefer to go out at night. She has mad half hours where shell run all over the place. Then finds somewhere to lay down and sleep. She wags her tail at everything. Shell only let you pet her, when she wants to be. Shell only sit on your lap when she wants to. But if you start stroking her shell get off. She still likes scratching walls and furniture no matter how many scratching posts or blocks you have.
She likes to stick her nose into anything new brought into the house. Shell climb into cupboards, washing machines, dryers. Shell scratch walls, furniture, boxes and even black bags.
|Missing since||05 Feb 2016|
|Breed||British Short Hair|
|Pet Listing ID||71474|
Lost a Cat in Greenford/perivale UB6?
Report your missing cat on our Cat Registers for free and we will do a pet match to display any cats which match in the area. You can also create and print your lost cat poster. Report a missing cat here
in Middlesex Contact Member Print Lost Pet Poster
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
Join our Pet Community
Save your favourite pet listings, save searches, email notification alerts, contact owners, send and receive messages to other members and more. Create your free account here and help make a difference.
Find a Lost Cat Tips
Knock on as many doors as you can. Enlist friends and neighbours. Poster and leaflet the whole area. Contact local animal shelters and vets. Read more missing pet tips
Report a Lost or Found Pet
The UK National Database for Pet Registration, Lost and Found Pets.Create your account now