Lost Cat British Short Hair from Pontardawe (Neath Port Talbot) SA8 Swansea SA6

This lost British Short Hair Cat was last seen around Pontardawe (Neath Port Talbot) SA8 Swansea SA6

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Macsen (called Macs), escaped from his cat carrier box whilst being taken from the car to the Vet in the car park of the Afon Vetinary Surgery Pontardawe branch. He bolted immediately and could not be caught - He has since been seen in the area and is still believed to be in the vicinity. He is quite timid and hates sudden movements and loud noises and is unlikely to approach people unless very hungry - which he should be by now. The Vet centre is 3 miles from his home in Clydach near Swansea. Potentially seen still in the area on the 22nd and 23rd of January. More recent sightings in the Alltwen area nearby (April 2019) have turned out to be a very similar looking cat but unfortunately not Macs having seen it first hand

Blotched Tabby, mainly light brown with black markings including bottom of leg and tail

Missing British Short Hair Cats in Pontardawe (Neath Port Talbot) SA8
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Missing since14 Jan 2019
BreedBritish Short Hair
Dominant colourTabby
Approx age19 months
Pet Listing ID89979

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