Lost Cat Persian from Enfield Middlesex EN3

This lost Persian Cat was last seen around Enfield Middlesex EN3

His name is Gizmo, is extremely fluffy and is a golden/tan colour with tiger like markings. Has green/yellowy BIG eyes. He looks like a teddy.
He is microchipped and neutered. He is very vocal and loves to meow a lot and loves his food - especially dreamies. Loves sitting along shed rooftops - not sure if he usually goes inside but please can you check sheds/garages and tends to stick to neighbours gardens only - have never seen him along main road.

He was last seen in EN3 area in Enfield around Hertford Road area. I last saw him the night of 21/09/21 in our back garden around 9pm, he is usually in by that time as we have a cat flap and lock it off certain time of night. Was expecting to see him in later on but since the 21st, he has not been seen or heard at all. He loves his food and is always crying for his breakfast in the morning. He is like a baby and loves being stroked and cuddled and he usually is very timid around strangers and tends to run off. So him being missing for this long is very unlike him.

He has tiger like markings and is very fluffy. Meows a lot and can be quite timid, likes to sit and lay along sheds.

Missing Persian Cats in Enfield
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Missing since21 Sep 2021
Dominant colourTan
Approx age3/4
Pet Listing ID99834

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