Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Pitstone Tring Ivinghhoe Area Hertfordshire

This lost Domestic Short Hair Cat was last seen around Pitstone Tring Ivinghhoe Area Hertfordshire

Reward Available for Safe Return

At around midday on the 24th February 2018, Maud ran from a car accident on upper icknield way into the woodland area after the bridge and before the roundabout from tring heading to pitstone,ivinghhoe area. She does not have a collar but is microchipped. She is usually quite vocal but she will likely be very frightened and skittish. Please call or email me on 07866843067 and haskins_20@hotmail.co.uk if you find her and you will get a £1000. Please help.

Small white patch on chest. Small but long legs and very long tail with a slight link at the end. Long nose big ears big eyes. Her fur is slightly thinning on her thighs.

Missing Domestic Short Hair Cats in Pitstone Tring Ivinghhoe Area
ContactContact Member
Missing since24 Feb 2018
BreedDomestic Short Hair
Dominant colourBlack
Approx age2
Pet Listing ID85612

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
88458Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from North Finchley Hertfordshire N1230 Aug 2018

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