Lost Cat Tabby from Manchester Greater Manchester M21
This lost Tabby Cat was last seen around Manchester Greater Manchester M21
Jasper is 6 years old, he never goes far from the house so we have never been worried to get him microchipped. When he was younger he would leave the house and go away for 2/3 nights regularly as he's such a social, playful cat. As he's got older like me he's just appreciate his sleep more, so he comes in sleeps, eats and then sleeps in the garden mostly. It is very unusual for him to be gone this long, me and my family hasn't seen him since Saturday 27th July evening and we are very worried. On the Saturday evening in Manchester, there was heavy rain and thunder with floodings nearby so we are wondering if anything scared him or if someone is temporarily looking after him. He does not have a collar on he is forever losing them. He responds to his name very well but I cannot think where he could've gone to.
Please let me know if you have any sightings, he lives with us in the Merseybank/Chortlon area - postcode M21 7PH.
Mostly white on the bottom half of body, light and dark ginger on top and most of top of the face. Bottom of the face white with what looks like a ginger mustache and goatee.
|Missing since||28 Jul 2019|
|Dominant colour||Ginger and White|
|Pet Listing ID||92100|
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