Lost Cat Semi-Long Hair from Birmingham, UK West Midlands B12
This lost Semi-Long Hair Cat was last seen around Birmingham, UK West Midlands B12
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Taro has been missing from B12 8BL Balsall Heath Birmingham since the 8th of June 2017.
- He is microchipped (although his name is different on the chip to what we call him).
- He has been castrated so he can't be used for breading
- He was also wearing a black velvet collar with a yellow bell and yellow reflective cats eyes
He is very distinguishable as he has a beauty spot mark on his face and has a lovely fluffy black tail.
He has been spotted on Anderton Park road but no signs of him to date. If you see him or know of someone that might be feeding him please, please get in touch. We live on the boarders of Moseley, Balsall Heath and Spark Brook so he could be wondering in any of these areas.
White body with patches on top of head and a black spot on his left side which looks like a beauty spot, black patch on back and a fluffy black tail
|Missing since||08 Jun 2017|
|Dominant colour||Black and White|
|Pet Listing ID||82267|
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|
|94786||Found Cat Semi-Long Hair from Birmingham West Midlands B26||12 May 2020|
|82490||Found Cat Semi-Long Hair from WALSALL West Midlands WS5||04 Jul 2017|
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