Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from London Greater London SE14

This lost Domestic Short Hair Cat was last seen around London Greater London SE14

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Maddox is an incredibly nervous rescue cat who I adopted in February 2020. He hadn't been out at all (although is an outdoor cat) because he was too scared, but when my friends came to stay while I was away in August, he got spooked, ran out and never came back. He is missing from Telegraph Hill, SE14. I think he may have gotten lost or stuck somewhere, but his brother and I are still hoping he's out there.

He is a large adult cat with full black and brown tabby colouring, with no white bits and green eyes. He has a pointed face (slim features), fluffy light brown belly and skinny tail. He is microchipped and neutered.

He is a large adult cat with full black and brown tabby colouring, no white bits. He has a pointed face, fluffy light brown belly and skinny tail. He is a rescue and incredibly nervous so won't generally go near people, and has a very quiet meow.

Missing Domestic Short Hair Cats in London
ContactContact Member
Missing since07 Aug 2020
BreedDomestic Short Hair
Dominant colourTabby
GenderMale
Approx age8
MicrochippedYes
LocationSE14
Pet Listing ID97894

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