Lost Cat British Short Hair from Leytonstone Greater London E10

This lost British Short Hair Cat was last seen around Leytonstone Greater London E10

Chutney is almost 7 years old ( in July) is a chocolate and grey stripped and spotted friendly cat. She has a little white patch around her nose and mouth. She does not wear a collar and is microchipped. Chutney was last seen on Lyndhurst Drive in our front Garden. She NEVER left the front or back garden so we fear she was stolen. She was last sighted near The Bell Pub/ Leytonstone Fire Station. We say stolen as she never left the footprint of our house and was spotted miles away from home- where she would have had to jump the massive brick wall of the A12- cross the A12, then cross the Central line tube tracks then walk even farther to get to the Pub. She was kindly housed by a stranger for a day, but escaped. They sent us a photo of her and it was her! Please call us if you spot her. She is very much missed and we are heart broken. 07702 789 987

Chutney has a little white area around her nose and mouth. Big bright yellow eyes and she always has a grumpy cat face and the most luxurious soft fur.

Missing British Short Hair Cats in Leytonstone
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Missing since14 Jun 2021
BreedBritish Short Hair
Dominant colourChocolate
Approx age6
Pet Listing ID98899

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