Lost Cat British Short Hair from Sea Down Vets Car Park, Frost Lane Hythe Hampshire SO45

This lost British Short Hair Cat was last seen around Sea Down Vets Car Park, Frost Lane Hythe Hampshire SO45

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My male cat Ambrose escaped from his carrier whilst we were in Seadown vets car park on June 1st at 11am. We live in Bournemouth but as he requires specialist treatment for his eyes, we have to attend Seadown. The vets have set a humane trap and Ive put familiar smells around with his favourite food etc but the trap has yet to entice him.

Ambrose is a 22 month old neutered male, microchipped but no collar. He has very distinctive markings as he is a Snow Spotted Silver Tabby British Shorthair. He can be quite shy but very friendly. He is not at all aggressive and I am concerned about him due to his lack of confidence.

I have put up posters in the area and spent the last three evenings calling him and searching but to no avail.

Ambrose is a silver snow spotted tabby British Shorthair so has very distinctive markings anyway. Ambrose can be shy but also very friendly and placid. He is not at all aggressive.

Missing British Short Hair Cats in Hythe
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Missing since01 Jun 2016
BreedBritish Short Hair
Dominant colourTabby
Approx age2
Pet Listing ID74196

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