Lost Cat Moggy from Carlton Nottinghamshire NG4
This lost Moggy Cat was last seen around Carlton Nottinghamshire NG4
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Max is a ginger and white tabby. He has a white bib, white whiskers, a pink nose with a white patch on it, some white hair in his ears, his two front paws are white and his back two paws are half white and ginger. All his paw pads are pink and he has round, golden eyes. His tail starts off ginger with dark ginger lines through it and gets fluffier and creamier/whiter towards the end. The rest of his coat is ginger with typical dark ginger tabby markings throughout. He has dark ginger markings on his face and they form a sort of 'M' on his forehead. The fur on his belly, chest and cheeks is fluffier than the rest of his coat.Max is a very affectionate, loving and trusting cat. He is a slim cat but quite big. When he sits down he sometimes looks like he is slouching to one side as he tends to turn one of his back legs out more than the other. Maxson was let out at around 4am Sunday morning on Marwood Road, Carlton. He is an outdoor cat during the day but EVERY night he sleeps in the house and isn't let out until 4am. He rarely leaves the house for longer than an hour at a time. A neighbour on a road of our street has contacted me and said she sees Max every day because he sleeps in her garden and that she sees him on her street fighting with another cat. She also said that in the early hours of Sunday morning she heard cats fighting badly and when she went out a bit later on she had to sweep up lots of ginger and white fur from outside her house. We can't be sure it was Max fighting but if it was he could be hurt and hiding somewhere or someone could be looking after him.
Maxson has a white patch on his nose which is the only bit of white on his face.
|Missing since||05 Jan 2020|
|Dominant colour||Ginger and White|
|Approx age||3 years 11|
|Pet Listing ID||93850|
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