Lost Cat Tabby from Evesham Worcestershire WR11

This lost Tabby Cat was last seen around Evesham Worcestershire WR11

Mars went missing from our home during the course of Friday 16th September 2016. She is familiar with the immediate, local area, but never wanders far from home, on Fairwater Close, Evesham. She has only been living with us for six months as we adopted her as a stray in Turkey. She is very affectionate, friendly and inquisitive, sleek and athletic looking and very, very fast. She tends to run everywhere rather than walk. She has huge green eyes and very pointed ears. She was wearing a black collar with orange, reflective 'cats eyes' flecks on the collar, with a bell. She is spayed and microchipped and has green tattoos to both ears. Any sightings or any information welcome.

Mars has a small nip out of the side of her right ear, near the tip of the ear. Very fine tabby stripes

Missing Tabby Cats in Evesham
ContactContact Member
Missing since16 Sep 2016
BreedTabby
Dominant colourTabby
GenderFemale
Approx age2
NeuteredYes
MicrochippedYes
LocationWR11
Pet Listing ID76934

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
99004Found Cat Tabby from Clent Worcestershire DY906 Jul 2021

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