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Lost Cat Mixed Breed from South Shields Tyne and Wear NE33

Missing Cat Mixed Breed South Shields Tyne and Wear NE33

This lost Mixed Breed Cat was last seen around South Shields Tyne and Wear NE33

Thor ran out of the front door at around 12AM on 12th July 2019. It was dark, so I could not see where he went.

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Missing Mixed Breed Cats in South Shields

listing ref 91849 Added on 12 July 2019

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Distinguishing Marks

Thor is a grey and black tabby. He has grey fur with thin black stripes. He has distinctive white rings around both of his eyes, and his eyes themselves are golden. Thor doesn't have socks, and he has black pawpads. His nose is pink, and the areas surrounding his mouth and nose are white and brown. His tail is striped black, with a black tip.

Missing Since: 12 July 2019

Lost Cat Features
  • Mixed Breed Cat
  • Postcode area NE33
  • Missing since 12 July 2019
  • Dominant colour is Tabby
  • Approx age is 1
  • Gender is Male
  • Neutered: Yes

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