Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Thornhill, Southampton Hampshire SO19

This lost Domestic Short Hair Cat was last seen around Thornhill, Southampton Hampshire SO19

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Thomas went missing on 4th August 2017 from SO19 postcode. Extremely friendly and loving cat, who rarely goes out and is either lost or in trouble. Likely to be in Thornhill, Sholing or Bitterne areas.

Much loved, and we are distraught. He is microchipped, but not wearing a collar.

Any possible sitings will be followed up immediately, so please get in touch if you think you might have seen him.

Many thanks

Pink nose. White bib. White cheeks and chin with black 'bandit mask'.
Four white legs - his left, back leg has a splodge of black on the heel. Entirely black tail and saddle. White stomach.

Missing Cats in Thornhill, Southampton
ContactContact Member
Missing since04 Aug 2017
BreedDomestic Short Hair
Dominant colourBlack and White
GenderMale
Approx age10 years
NeuteredYes
MicrochippedNo
LocationSO19
Pet Listing ID83100

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
89390Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from Portsmouth Hampshire 12 Nov 2018

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