Found Cat Domestic Short Hair from Ilford,Essex Essex IG1
This found Domestic Short Hair Cat was found around Ilford,Essex Essex IG1
black with a few white hairs. did not let me get close. seen around IG1 3QT block and Gants hill station .he seems very friendly but runs even if i have food and only comes back if i'm gone. i would often see him rolling around on the doorstep of a particular house. seemed extremely lost and confused. was seen sleeping outside a house for a few days on the windowsill and an old couch but the woman was allergic to cats so it was not hers. he is also wandering around a lot so he seems very lost. cannot trap unfortunately.no collar. runs to food when you put it out but only if you are far away. Please note the date is not exact it was roughly around that time. think he may have gotten confused with his house due to there being two cats on the opposite side so he may want to mate or may have followed their scent.
greenish yellow eyes(more green) black with a few white hairs. hair loss around ears.seen around IG1 3QT block and Gants hill station .he seems very friendly but runs even if i have food and only comes back if i'm gone. no collar.sits on wrong house step so very lost
|Found||22 Feb 2021|
|Breed||Domestic Short Hair|
|Pet Listing ID||97669|
The following lost pets are matches to this found cat, these were listed on the lost cat register after this pet was found.
|#||Possible Lost Pet Matches||Date Listed|
|98277||Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Colchester Essex CO2||02 May 2021|
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