Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Leeds West Yorkshire LS13

This lost Domestic Short Hair Cat was last seen around Leeds West Yorkshire LS13

Bertie! He's missing from the Grosmont / Warrel's area of Bramley, Leeds LS13, near Bramley Park / Bramley Phoenix Rugby Club and the Bramley Baptist Church graveyard.

He hasn't been seen since Monday 16 December except one possible sighting around the Warrel's.

He's a large white and black male, with a 'beauty spot' next to his nose and a black tail. He should have a black collar with a blue name tag with his owner's mobile no. on it, and he is micro-chipped.

If you've seen him / see him please contact me asap and I'll forward it to his mum so we can try and get him home!


Mostly white, with black between the ears, a black tail, and a black "beauty mark" next to his mouth

Missing Domestic Short Hair Cats in Leeds
ContactContact Member
Missing since16 Dec 2019
BreedDomestic Short Hair
Dominant colourBlack and White
Approx age4
Pet Listing ID93596

The following found pets are matches to this lost cat, these were listed on the lost cat register after this pet has gone missing.

# Possible Found Pet Matches Date Listed
98981Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from Horbury/ Wakefield West Yorkshire WF404 Jul 2021
98376Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from Found In Ls27 Area West Yorkshire LS2713 May 2021

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