Lost Cat British Short Hair from Southwick West Sussex BN42
This lost British Short Hair Cat was last seen around Southwick West Sussex BN42
I was wondering if you could help in locating our cat. She went missing late Friday night (09:00pm) at the end of our garden. I have provided details below to help with her search;
° Name of cat - Snowy
° Road name/area our cat went missing - Mile Oak Road, Southwick end, near Old Shoreham Road.
° Date last saw - Friday 25th May, 9:00pm.
° Collar - I have attached a picture of what the cat collar looked like (the one in the centre), the only difference was the main colour which was a grey rather than black. That is the exact pattern. She also had a name tag on the collar.
° Age, sex, neutered and microchipped - She had just turned 19 on the 23rd May. My cat is a Black shorthaired female, who was neutered when she was a kitten. She had not been mircochipped (I have attached a few pictures for you).
° Any features - She is deaf, due to old age. She has a random white hair in the middle of her forehead (you can slightly see this in the pictures). When she was younger she did have an acident which has left scaring on her right paw, with small blad patchs around the claws, where the fur hasn't really grown back.
I hope all this information helps you but please do not hesitate to get in touch if you require anymore or have any questions or require more photos.
When she was younger she did have an acident which has left scaring on her right paw, with small blad patchs around the claws, where the fur hasn't really grown back.
|Missing since||25 May 2018|
|Breed||British Short Hair|
|Pet Listing ID||86895|
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