Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Blackpool Lancashire FY1
This lost Domestic Short Hair Cat was last seen around Blackpool Lancashire FY1
Shelly is small, dainty and slim. All black fur with a big white spot on her chest and a big white band/stripe on her lower underbelly. Yellowy/greeny eyes, a thin tail, white hairs in her ears. She has a soft, high pitch girly meow. Shelly is microchipped and neutered but doesn’t have a collar. Shelly was always with me 24/7 and never left the vicinity of the garden. She’s been scared off/spooked in the night by a group of foxes hanging around because another house is feeding them. She will have then ended up out of the garden in territory that she’s never been in before and will have got lost.
Shelly is small, dainty and slim. All black fur with a big white spot on her chest and a big white band/stripe on her lower underbelly. Yellowy/greeny eyes, a thin tail, white hairs in her ears. She has a soft, high pitch girly meow. Shelly is microchipped and neutered but doesn’t have a collar. I taught her to tap my hand with her paw to ask for a treat and to swap her paws from left to right etc. She always flicks her tail around high and rubs on everything and was always very fussy, clingy, needy and friendly with me. She was weary and timid of anyone she didn’t know or trust particularly men.
|Missing since||31 Jul 2019|
|Breed||Domestic Short Hair|
|Approx age||3 years|
|Pet Listing ID||93502|
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