Lost Cat Tortoiseshell from Cornsay Colliery County Durham DH7
This lost Tortoiseshell Cat was last seen around Cornsay Colliery County Durham DH7
At time of disappearance my cat was wearing a beige-gold flea collar with a small round bell on it. My cat has healthy green almond shaped eyes and healthy teeth and gums. She enjoys curling up to sleep in warm cosy places but is otherwise alert/enjoys exploring gardens, hedges, and will climb up onto window ledges and in to open windows, sheds etc to find warmth or food etc. I imagine she will try to survive / hunt in fields/alleyways possibly and call out/cry for food / shelter. She is a well groomed cat always cleaning her coat and is very affectionate and loyal as a family pet and likes to be close to the home and garden, keeping away from traffic.
My cat has dark brown/black shorter fur on her face and ears, with a small diamond shaped ginger mark on her nose, and a separate ginger mark running from the centre of her forehead down to corner of left eye, curving on to her left cheek / mouth area. She has a beige chin, with white longer fur on her neck and breast. She has white fur on the tips of all four paws. The main pattern around her back/body is dark brown tortoiseshell, which is much longer and fluffier, with a fluffy tail. She has white and creamy-ginger fur on her underbelly. She also has long white whiskers and eyebrows.
|Missing since||22 Sep 2017|
|Pet Listing ID||83818|
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