Lost Cat Mixed Breed from Leeds Yorkshire LS11

This lost Mixed Breed Cat was last seen around Leeds Yorkshire LS11

At first glance she seems like a normal tabby, but with a good look you will see shes very colourful. her chin is white and paws are black, her tummy is brown and there are ginger/brown markings on her back and tail. shes very small (suspected growth hormone imbalance, was ment to go to the vet for this before she went missing) and often mistaken to be much younger than she is. she is very shy, dislikes most people but very meowy, in the rare occasion that she actually likes you she is very loving gentle and likes to sleep on chests or shoulders when said person is sitting down, usually at a PC.shes generally friendly with other cats, and while she will growl at dogs most of the time, she grew up with them and is not actually scared of them, just making a scene (she actually sleeps next to my dog when she isnt growling at him). she is not used to being outside, her and her sister are usually inside cats, so she most probably got lost and cant find her way home, that said, we moved to leeds a month before she got out, there is a chance she may have tried to get back to rochdale where we moved from. in this case, i doubt she got very far, just a lot more lost. she is the smaller cat in the photo, dont have a better one sadly

very meowy cat, tabby with ginger/brown on the tip of her tail as well as small ginger/brown patches on her back. white chin, black paws.normally shy, but has been known to sit on shoulders of people she has taken a liking too.

Missing Mixed Breed Cats in Leeds
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Missing since21 Feb 2018
BreedMixed Breed
Dominant colourTabby
Approx age1
Pet Listing ID85811

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