Lost Cat Siamese from York North Yorkshire YO10

This lost Siamese Cat was last seen around York North Yorkshire YO10

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Sylvie is the colour of a tortoiseshell point Siamese but the shape of a normal domestic cat - she is mixed breed but most people assume she is Siamese or sometimes a small ragdoll. Her body colour appears cream/grey, and her face, ears, paws and tail are dark tortoiseshell, mainly black but with some white and ginger hairs scattered through. She has a fine white line off centre down the middle of her face and white hairs round her eyes, however these are not very visible at a distance or in some photos. She has big blue eyes. She is a small, about 3.5kg and short-haired. She is friendly but doesn't like to be picked up by people she doesn't know. She is very sweet natured and very much missed by her brother and human family.

Small, short-haired tortie-point Siamese in appearance (mixed breed). Big blue eyes.

Missing Siamese Cats in York
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Missing since24 Apr 2020
Dominant colourBeige
Approx age2 years 2
Pet Listing ID96123

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