Lost Cat Semi-Long Hair from Tipton West Midlands DY4
This lost Semi-Long Hair Cat was last seen around Tipton West Midlands DY4
Reward Available for Safe Return
Bon is a long-haired black male cat, 3 years old, who has been neutered and chipped. Often his fur appears brown in sunlight. He is very slim, though his long fur makes him appear bigger than he is. His voice is very quiet and he is definitely not a vocal cat. Bon is missing from the Burnt Tree/Coneygree/Dudley Port area of Tipton, West Midlands, DY4 8XY since Wednesday 31st August. He was fed at 5am, went out and hasn't been seen since. We are offering a cash reward for his safe return to us, no questions asked. Please contact me on 07881 200539 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any information or news, good or bad. Thank you.
Long, slim cat with long black fur that can appear brown in sunlight.He is nervous of strangers, particularly men, and probably wouldn't come to you if called. Doesn't make a lot of noise - he has a very quiet voice.
|Missing since||31 Aug 2016|
|Pet Listing ID||76833|
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|
|95157||Found Cat Semi-Long Hair from Wednesbury West Midlands WS10||14 Jun 2020|
|82548||Found Cat Semi-Long Hair from Birmingham West Midlands B29||06 Jul 2017|
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