Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Ickleton Cambridgeshire CB10

This lost Domestic Short Hair Cat was last seen around Ickleton Cambridgeshire CB10

Maddie is quite timid and I can't imagine she would be easy to approach by a stranger. She is very quick and runs off in a flash! She is usually out and about in our yard and garden but doesn't usually go further than the field next door. The roads are really quiet near us so I can't imagine she has been hit. I am hoping she is locked in a garage, garden shed or outbuilding somewhere.

Quite small, predominantly black, black and white cat. Her two front paws are little white socks and her back paws are longer white stockings. She has a white chest and a white patch on her front legs.

Missing Domestic Short Hair Cats in Ickleton
ContactContact Member
Missing since30 Nov 2016
BreedDomestic Short Hair
Dominant colourBlack and White
Approx age1 year 3 m
Pet Listing ID78593

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
100539Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB426 Dec 2021
93588Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from Peterborough Cambridgeshire PE326 Dec 2019
79012Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from Shelford Cambridgeshire CB2228 Dec 2016

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