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Lost Cat British Short Hair from New Malden Surrey KT3

Missing Cat British Short Hair New Malden Surrey KT3

This lost British Short Hair Cat was last seen around New Malden Surrey KT3

Dusty is a black cat of average size with green eyes, a small grey/white patch on her chest and a small tear in one ear. She is wearing a purple collar and is microchipped. She was last see on Laburnum Grove near Clarence Avenue in New Malden on Friday 31st May at 10pm. She is very sociable and chatty and would definitely let you know if she was trapped anywhere so please keep your eyes and ears out of her and chek your sheds/garages. Thank you.

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Missing British Short Hair Cats in New Malden

listing ref 91419 Added on 09 June 2019

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Distinguishing Marks

small faint white patch on her chest

Missing Since: 31 May 2019

Lost Cat Features
  • British Short Hair Cat
  • Postcode area KT3
  • Missing since 31 May 2019
  • Dominant colour is Black
  • Approx age is 9
  • Gender is Female
  • Neutered: Yes

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