Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Merstham Surrey RH1

This lost Domestic Short Hair Cat was last seen around Merstham Surrey RH1

Baz has been missing since saturday 19th march at approx 3pm when he was last seen,he went out in the garden like he normally does as the weather was nice, but did not come back . Baz is black and white and wearing a blue collar,microchipped and neutered. Baz lives in merstham,RH1 area in Surrey just behind merstham park school. I have placed posters locally and leaflet drops but still no information regarding him. There is another cat a few doors down from where baz lives who looks abit like him with a blue collar,as we had a few false alarms from people seeing this cat,but its not our baz.

Baz has a black round marking on one side off his face where his whiskers match,he also has abit off a limp and when he sits down one off his legs sticks out too. He has grey hair on his head now cause he is getting older now at 13 years.He is a very friendly boy too.

Missing Domestic Short Hair Cats in Merstham
ContactContact Member
Missing since19 Mar 2022
BreedDomestic Short Hair
Dominant colourBlack and White
GenderMale
Approx age13 years
MicrochippedNo
LocationRH1
Pet Listing ID101578

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