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Lost Cat Tabby from Chelmsford Essex CM2

Missing Cat Tabby Chelmsford Essex CM2

This lost Tabby Cat was last seen around Chelmsford Essex CM2

Chester is missing from Old Moulsham area (Marlborough Terrace). He has only recently been neutered and re-homed so he is not chipped and no collar. He escaped out on Tuesday night. He doesn’t really know the area as he was in Beaulieu Park before, so very worried. Would be grateful if anyone could let me know of any sightings. He could be anywhere now. He also has a shaved patch on his front paw and neck where he was neautured recently.

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Missing Tabby Cats in Chelmsford

listing ref 90785 Added on 14 April 2019

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Distinguishing Marks

Chester has a shaved patch on his front paw and neck as he was recently neutered.

Missing Since: 09 April 2019

Lost Cat Features
  • Tabby Cat
  • Postcode area CM2
  • Missing since 09 April 2019
  • Dominant colour is Tabby
  • Approx age is 4
  • Gender is Male
  • Neutered: Yes

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