Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Birmingham West Midlands B32
This lost Domestic Short Hair Cat was last seen around Birmingham West Midlands B32
Reward Available for Safe Return
FOUND.... LOCKED IN SHED OF NEARBY HOUSEHOLDER......don't rely on posters and social media alone knock on doors and ask to search outbuildings yourself or see if Householder will search while you are there....this is how we found Jeffery.....######Not seen since going out late morning of 25/12/2016. Missing from Bartley Green B32 area around Jiggins Lane/Modbury Avenue. He is a rescued stray but has settled well, and although he likes being outdoors and is clearly "streetwise" he really enjoys being inside. He has not gone missing since being rehomed and usually comes in at the first sign of rain and definitely when it becomes cold or frosty. He is inquisitive and could go in to shed or out house to shelter or nap. Not at all distressed or unwell when last seen but had not eaten. Reward on reunite only.
FOUND. Black body, white chest, white hind legs, black front legs with white paws, white flash down bridge of nose and side of nose Black chin. Green eyes.
|Missing since||25 Dec 2016|
|Breed||Domestic Short Hair|
|Dominant colour||Black and White|
|Approx age||15 months|
|Pet Listing ID||78992|
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