Lost Cat British Short Hair from Hackney Greater London E9

This lost British Short Hair Cat was last seen around Hackney Greater London E9

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Head to tail and sides of body and part right leg plain light ginger - White underbelly and legs. Tail very light coloured ginger looks like rings. Looks small for age. Chubby cheeks. Lively, curious + healthy. Has grey collar but since lost may be lost or changed. Appears friendly and may follow you but may run away Last seen Barton Close parking lot near Homerton Hospital. Shortly before cat missing a woman (a stranger) asked about stray cat - was told there is none. Maybe same woman (poss from Islington) seen feeding the cat. Cat would not travel far therefore assume stolen

No dark markings. Lively, curious + healthy. Loves rolling on back and cat nibbles/pockets

Missing British Short Hair Cats in Hackney
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Missing since28 Dec 2019
BreedBritish Short Hair
Dominant colourGinger and White
Approx age2
Pet Listing ID94301

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
100175Found Cat British Short Hair from Leytonstone Greater London E1101 Nov 2021

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