Lost Cat Burmese from Dalston London Greater London N1

This lost Burmese Cat was last seen around Dalston London Greater London N1

Marvin is a small chocolate Burmese cat. He is micro-chipped but is not wearing a collar. He is very friendly, and is not shy. We last saw him at about midday on Sunday 10th April 2016. He has a cat flap, so can come and go as he likes, but has never been away for more than a couple of hours in the past, and he usually only goes between our garden, the next door neighbours gardens and the school next door where they know him well. He has never been out of eyesight/ earshot. Weve put posters up around the neighbourhood and alerted vets. Please get in touch if you see a chocolate Burmese cat without its owner.

None really. He broke his middle toe on his left foot when he was little so his nail points slightly in, but this is very subtle.

Missing Burmese Cats in London
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Missing since10 Apr 2016
Dominant colourChocolate
Approx age2
Pet Listing ID72896

The following found pets are matches to this lost cat, these were listed on the lost cat register after this pet has gone missing.

# Possible Found Pet Matches Date Listed
91738Found Cat Burmese from Feltham Greater London TW1305 Jul 2019

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