Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Manchester Lancashire M9
This lost Domestic Short Hair Cat was last seen around Manchester Lancashire M9
Shy black & white Male 3 years old (approx)
He's not neutered or micro chipped
Missing from CHURCH LANE, HARPURHEY/MOSTON, NORTH MANCHESTER UK AREA SINCE 24/12/2018.
I haven't seen him at all since Xmas eve. It doesn't seem like long but he wouldn't go far and I've looked around at night, he seems to have just disappeared.
I've rang local animal shelters and vets to ask about him and have put signs up, but to no avail.
Freddy is very timid, and he hides under things and behind them when he's scared or panicked so he could be stuck in someone's shed.
Please share and keep an eye out, I don't know what else to do and I desperately want him home.
Mostly white underneath and white fluffy cheeks, black head/ears, around his eyes and a white pointed stripe between his eyes. Black mark on the left of the left of his nose.
|Missing since||24 Dec 2018|
|Breed||Domestic Short Hair|
|Dominant colour||Black and White|
|Pet Listing ID||89844|
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|
|96513||Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from Burnley Lancashire BB11||05 Oct 2020|
|73156||Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from Tottington Bury Lancashire BL8||24 Apr 2016|
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