Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Toftwood Norfolk NR19
This lost Domestic Short Hair Cat was last seen around Toftwood Norfolk NR19
Dereham - Otto has been missing for 9 days now. There were possible sightings a week ago on Hillfields, and 3 days ago on Brunswick Close. He must still be in the area. I'm pleading with you all to check in your sheds, garages, under decking, in hedges and shrubs, any hiding place at all and to keep a look out at dawn or dusk when he may possibly appear. Please mention this to your neighbours too, not everyone uses social media or the internet. Unless he's found a lot of confidence in this time, he is shy and nervous and doesn't know the area as he's only just been allowed out of the house and garden. Please help me to get him back home. His pack sisters and I miss him! Many thanks, Ruth
He is black with a white patch on his chest, distinctive blue collar with white mice (if he still has it on), very sleek, short haired and slim (not so certain after this much time outside), sharp facial features.
|Missing since||27 Jul 2016|
|Breed||Domestic Short Hair|
|Pet Listing ID||75825|
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|
|88323||Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from Hunstanton Norfolk PE36||22 Aug 2018|
|79536||Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from Banham Norfolk NR16||24 Jan 2017|
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