Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Well Hall, Eltham Greater London SE9

This lost Domestic Short Hair Cat was last seen around Well Hall, Eltham Greater London SE9

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On Wednesday 24th August, Max was on his way to the vets. He hates being crated and put up a fight against getting in and carried the fight on when he was in. When he got out of the car to go into the vet, he faffed about so much his carrier couldn't take it anymore and he got out. He went running across the road and has not been since Wednesday morning. Max really needs to be found urgently because he needs to get to the vet. There is a reward for him, if you have him or have information about how I can get him, I will give you the reward there and then. It will be quite substantial which is why I won't put it down. He is neutered and won't scratch you or anything if you pick him up. Please look, my daughter who is autistic is beyond consolable, Max is her permanent friend.

Max has a small shaved area under his chin. He is a very large cat and has a very distinctive loud purr.

Missing Domestic Short Hair Cats in Well Hall, Eltham
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Missing since25 Aug 2016
BreedDomestic Short Hair
Dominant colourWhite
Approx age13
Pet Listing ID76356

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