Lost Cat Maine Coon from Hove East Sussex BN3

This lost Maine Coon Cat was last seen around Hove East Sussex BN3

My neighbour was on holiday, and her daughter next door was feeding him. He spent a lot of time with my kids in the garden for a week, then on Friday 22nd March he didn't pop round, which was odd. I contacted the daughter and she hadn't seen him since Thursday either. Another neighbour (who saw our post on Facebook), said she had seen him Thursday evening and he had tried to follow her away from our street and she shooed him back. That sighting on Thursday eve (21st March) was the last sighting. He has since not been seen. We have posted on multiple groups across hove & brighton - cat ones (UK wide too)and street FB pages. Put posters up all around the area, messaged local vets etc. He just vanished. He is super confident and friendly, no fear. Anyone could pick him up easily. I have a feeling he could have been stolen.

Romeo is a very friendly, gentle, confident boy. He is a big fluffy pale ginger tom, with amber eyes. He loves children and has made friends with other neighbour cats.

Missing Maine Coon Cats in Hove
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Missing since21 Mar 2024
BreedMaine Coon
Dominant colourGinger
Approx age8 months
Pet Listing ID105945

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