Lost Cat British Short Hair from Caversham Berkshire RG4

This lost British Short Hair Cat was last seen around Caversham Berkshire RG4

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Please help us track down Huntley our kitten. He escaped the house on the 8th May in the evening and we have not seen him since. We don’t have a cat flap yet, so we’ve been waiting by the back door for him to come home. He is only six months old and very skittish, he’ll likely run away if approached. We hope he’s hiding under or in a shed, or any other small space he can crawl up inside – we’d be so grateful if you could check your gardens for him or let us know if you’ve spotted him. He is Black with a white tuft, microchipped with no collar.

He’s still very small, only six months old – we really want him to come home. If you have any information or have managed to find Huntley please call.

Small white tuft on his chest.

Missing British Short Hair Cats in Caversham
ContactContact Member
Missing since08 May 2018
BreedBritish Short Hair
Dominant colourBlack
Approx age6 months
Pet Listing ID86610

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
101774Found Cat British Short Hair from Newbury Berkshire RG1406 Jun 2022

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