Lost Cat Tabby from Worthing West Sussex BN13

This lost Tabby Cat was last seen around Worthing West Sussex BN13

She didn’t come in for breakfast at 8 on Sunday 13th. I have checked next door and driven around the adjoining streets - Twyford Rd, Hurley Rd, Sunningdale Rd in case she was hit by car. I have been calling her every day since . She is a one year old "Mackerel Cat" see pics.
She is very distinctive as she has a bent L shaped tail. She is very very friendly and inquisitive. She does go in other people's homes. She likes getting in cars, sheds, caravans etc. Her name is Perla (pronounced pearrrrla!) and will almost always answer to her name. She has no collar but is chipped in case she’s been taken to a vet

She is very distinctive as she has a little bent L shaped tail. She has quite distinctive stripe down her back and matching Egyptian eyeliner and big back legs! She is extremely friendly and loves affection. She is spayed, has no collar but is chipped. Pet Passport Number ES171216987

She is very very friendly, likes getting in people's cars, sheds, garages, caravans - the usual!

Missing Tabby Cats in Worthing
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Missing since12 Oct 2019
Dominant colourMulti-Coloured
Approx age15 months
Pet Listing ID93142

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