Lost Cat Tabby from LONDON Greater London SW12

This lost Tabby Cat was last seen around LONDON Greater London SW12

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Hi all, We have lost our cat Tiffany. This happened on Monday the 20th afternoon, in Balham Ravenstone street SW12 9ST, Tiffany got scared and went hiding under a parked pdp delivery service van, within a minute the driver started the engine and took off towards Betford Hill, Tooting Bec and Streatham Hill for parcel drop-off with Tiffany still under the Van hooked (we don't know for how long) in a little space. It's a tabby with green eyes and a light colour chin. No collar but she is chipped. a very little scar/nick on one of her ears. A very friendly cat and will respond when she hears her name. If you believe to have seen a tabby please take a picture and send to 07825377919. If she survived the journey, she must be in shock and very thirsty. Please check your outbuildings and sheds in case she has got trapped, She is part of our family and hope she returns home safe. Thank you very much

Tiffany has a bright green eyes, and a small nick on one of her ears. Very sociable, doesn't like other cats or dogs but loves people. She is a very friendly cat. She is Chipped.

Missing Tabby Cats in LONDON
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Missing since20 Jul 2020
Dominant colourTabby
Approx age6
Pet Listing ID95634

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