Lost Cat Tortoiseshell from Enfield Greater London N13

This lost Tortoiseshell Cat was last seen around Enfield Greater London N13

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Please help us find our lost kitty. Last seen on Sunday morning 20th August 2017 in the Palmers Green / Southgate area. Female, 1 year old, short-haired cat, dark tortoiseshell tabby with distinctive ginger makings on her nose and paws with yellow / green eyes. She is chatty and friendly but can get nervous around people she doesn’t know. She was wearing a fluorescent hot pink collar (with fish detail) when she went missing. She is neutered and microchipped. Please can you check your gardens and sheds as she may have found shelter there. She also loves climbing trees but can't get down so easily. If you think you have seen or found Raphaella please call 07958 490597. Thank you xx

Distinctive ginger markings on face, leg and paws.0

Missing Tortoiseshell Cats in Enfield
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Missing since20 Aug 2017
Dominant colourMulti-Coloured
Approx age1
Pet Listing ID83566

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
93983Found Cat Tortoiseshell from Haringey Greater London N1715 Feb 2020

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