Lost Cat British Short Hair from Crundale Near Canterbury Kent CT4

This lost British Short Hair Cat was last seen around Crundale Near Canterbury Kent CT4

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William is our beautiful tabby cat. He has the looks of a British Shorthair, although he is actually just a moggy. He will be 3yrs old on 14th March 2018. He has a soft apricot colour around his nose and on his belly. He has well defined dark stripes on his back, sides and tail, and a spotty tummy. He has been missing since 16th January 2017, so pictures are now out of date. He is microchipped, but does not have a collar.

As our village is small, and there has been no sign of William, we believe that he may have been stolen as he could have been mistaken for a bengal or other pedigree.

Well defined dark stripes. Upside down Ys on forehead. Possible scar under front right armpit from old pet-fight cut.

Missing British Short Hair Cats in Crundale Near Canterbury
ContactContact Member
Missing since16 Jan 2017
BreedBritish Short Hair
Dominant colourTabby
Approx age2
Pet Listing ID85423

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
94103Found Cat British Short Hair from Sidcup Kent DA1410 Mar 2020

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