Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Mirfield West Yorkshire WF14

This lost Domestic Short Hair Cat was last seen around Mirfield West Yorkshire WF14

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Left home 6.30pm Tuesday 9th April 2019
Lady posted on FB that she had hit a cat near Gregory Springs Road in Mirfield and that it had ran off into the rough land on the river side of Granny Lane.
Have extensively searched the river side and gardens of houses 11-23 Granny Lane but no sign of our gorgeous black & white Jack.
No collar but microchipped.
Jack isn't particularly friendly to strangers and would likely run off if able but once trusted he is very much a lap cat.

White tip to his tail.
White chested, black back.

Missing Domestic Short Hair Cats in Mirfield
ContactContact Member
Missing since09 Apr 2019
BreedDomestic Short Hair
Dominant colourBlack and White
GenderMale
Approx age12
NeuteredYes
MicrochippedYes
LocationWF14
Pet Listing ID90755

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
91982Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from HARDEN West Yorkshire BD1622 Jul 2019
91225Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from MIRFIELD West Yorkshire WF1425 May 2019

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