Lost Cat Tabby from Acton Town, London Greater London W3

This lost Tabby Cat was last seen around Acton Town, London Greater London W3

He and his cat brother have escaped by open windows from temporary paid pet sitter/boarder house in Acton Town in early hours of 25th June 2016, while their owner was moving houses. They are not familiar with that area and are not used to being out at night. They are quite timid and probably very frightened.

Very fast, strong but timid. Described by neighbours as tiger like. Special tabby lines on both sides of the body. White colour under the jaw and on paws.

Special tabby lines on both sides of the body. White colour under the jaw and on paws.

Missing Tabby Cats in Acton Town, London
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Missing since25 Jun 2016
Dominant colourGrey
Approx age4
Pet Listing ID75570

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
102929Found Cat Tabby from London Greater London N1301 Nov 2022
79925Found Cat Tabby from London Greater London W1019 Feb 2017
75915Found Cat Tabby from Stanley Gardens Notting Hill Greater London W1109 Aug 2016
75250Found Cat Tabby from Mitcham Greater London CR418 Jul 2016

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