Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from HALESOWEN West Midlands B62

This lost Domestic Short Hair Cat was last seen around HALESOWEN West Midlands B62

Gussy is fully grown, neutered, in great shape.
Tabby on his head, back and tail, more white underneath with tabby patches, in particular the one on his chest, detailed above. His right back leg is almost all white. Only had the cat for 7 weeks and he has just started going into the garden. Went over the fence around 10pm. He is timid, easily scared, squeaks more than miaows. Big eyes and very attractive. Unsure if he is scared and hiding, locked in somewhere, lost or taken in by someone.

White chest with large tabby spot, white paws, caramel chin, white whiskers, d
Pink nose with darker area right nostril

Missing Cats in HALESOWEN
ContactContact Member
Missing since31 Mar 2020
BreedDomestic Short Hair
Dominant colourTabby
GenderMale
Approx age6
MicrochippedYes
LocationB62
Pet Listing ID94317

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
98998Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from Moseley West Midlands B1306 Jul 2021
97464Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from B14 4BU West Midlands B1407 Feb 2021

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