Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Carshalton Surrey SM5

This lost Domestic Short Hair Cat was last seen around Carshalton Surrey SM5

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Victor is a domestic shorthair of medium size, and is black and white. There are no actual pictures of him so the three pictures supplied here are to give a guide as to how he looks. Each of them are similar to Victor in certain ways. Cats A and B have black patches in similar locations on the body to those of Victor's. Cat C has a white triangle of fur on the top his head of roughly the same dimensions as Victor. He has been missing as of Monday 8th June 2020 in the Titchfield Road/Rushen Walk/Tewkesbury Road part of Carshalton (postcode SM5). He wandered off on one of his rovings and has not returned.

Victor has a number of stray white hairs (not streaks or patches, but just stray hairs) all across the black parts of his fur; this is in addition to him having a white belly, chest, legs and paws. He has a white triangle of fur on the top of his head but the rest of the top of his head and ears are black. His cheeks are white and he has puffy fur on his cheeks almost like large sideburns. He has a yellow collar with a gold name tag and an Identichip tag (if he still has his collar and tags without having lost them of course). Mannerism-wise, he tends to pursue females even though he has been recently neutered. He has been microchipped.

Missing Domestic Short Hair Cats in Carshalton
ContactContact Member
Missing since08 Jun 2020
BreedDomestic Short Hair
Dominant colourBlack and White
Approx age5 years
Pet Listing ID95127

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