Lost Cat Tabby from Blackley, Manchester Greater Manchester M9

This lost Tabby Cat was last seen around Blackley, Manchester Greater Manchester M9

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PLEASE SHARE: My Beautiful cat Bijou went missing from Chapel Lane, Blackley, M9, on Tuesday 17th March and was last seen heading in to the grounds of Pike Fold Primary School. He is a slim build, ginger barred tabby with circular rings on his side and has a chipped canine tooth. Heโ€™s approximately 14 years old, male, neutered and was wearing a pale blue rhinestone encrusted collar. He is not microchipped. He is very friendly and inquisitive and is likely to have sneaked in somewhere. Please check your houses/garages/sheds and even possibly further afield if heโ€™s got stuck in a delivery vehicle for example. Please message me or comment if you have any news or advice. I feel quite limited in what I can do with the current Corona restrictions. TIA Jenny

Friendly, slim, all ginger barred tabby with circular markings on his side. He has a chipped canine tooth and a hip that sticks out slightly when he is sat up.

Missing Tabby Cats in Blackley, Manchester
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Missing since17 Mar 2020
Dominant colourGinger
Approx age14
Pet Listing ID94563

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