Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Ferryhill County Durham DL17

This lost Domestic Short Hair Cat was last seen around Ferryhill County Durham DL17

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My Amber has been missing since 10/08/2016 from Stanhope Close in Ferryhill County Durham. Couple of possible sightings at Kitchener Terrace and one at Chilton, but no joy in finding her. I re-homed her from Dubai just over a week ago so she doesn't know the area, the weather and scents will all be completely new to her. She is microchipped and spayed but the microchip is still registered to my parents address in Dubai because I received the documents to change her address to here in the UK the day after she went missing and although it's been sent back to be updated it takes a few days to be updated. She doesn't wear a collar because she has a small wound on her neck from when she was attacked by some cats over UAE I'm so worried it will get infected outside. My gut instinct is that she is close by to my house but hiding and because she can't meow I can't find her (you couldn't make this up I know). £100 reward to anyone who finds and returns my AmbyPamby, the boys and I miss her so much 💕😻💕

One ginger and one black eyebrow in the shape of a V, she is very nervous because she had a horrible start to life

Missing Domestic Short Hair Cats in Ferryhill
ContactContact Member
Missing since10 Aug 2016
BreedDomestic Short Hair
Dominant colourGinger and White
Approx age1
Pet Listing ID76011

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