Lost Cat Russian Blue from London Greater London N5
This lost Russian Blue Cat was last seen around London Greater London N5
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Minka disappeared Monday 7th October, we have no idea why. This is very unusual for her... she is normally out for a night and that is all, sleeping all day on her favourite cushion if the sun is out in our cosy garden. We live in Highbury and have lived at our current address for 4 years... she knows her area well. and we last saw her on the Monday morning exploring our street as usual. She never came home.
She is 9 years old, a slim female, larger than most females in her frame.
She piercing green eyes, that almost look like she is thin black eyeliner on the rims.
She has short dense fur that is silver-grey and flat.
She has small healed tear on the right ear, just below the tip.
She also has a little swinging undercarriage from being neutered... she has no markings.
She was wearing a reflective collar with a little bell and name capsule with her name, my name and my number.
She is usually a confident cat.
We have no idea if she has been stolen or being fed by someone near by.
She is silver grey with flat short fur. She has small healed tear on the right ear, just below the tip. She also has a little swinging undercarriage from beng neutered... she has no markings.
|Missing since||07 Oct 2019|
|Pet Listing ID||93090|
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