Lost Cat Domestic Short Hair from Widnes Cheshire WA8

This lost Domestic Short Hair Cat was last seen around Widnes Cheshire WA8

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Bobby was trapped by an animal charity, 05/05/20, as they believed he was a stray. As soon as we found out where he was 10/05/20, we contacted the charity immediately and every day for a week, emailed and Facebook messaged them. We supplied evidence via photos, videos, vet bills/records as proof of ownership. They have not replied to any 😭
Warrington Animal Welfare are refusing to return Bobby to his family and haven't replied to our messages. They raised in excess of £800 for an abscess on his head, which he was being treated for with our vet.
Our mum is a cancer survivor who lives for her pets, the way they’ve spoken to her is disgraceful for a charity. We just want our much loved beautiful cat home where he belongs, we’re utterly heartbroken and are lost without him.
Please follow his full story on Facebook - BRING BOBBY HOME - https://www.facebook.com/Bring-Bobby-Home-111209213961189/

Bobby is a ginger tom but also has tabby marking he has a white tip on his tail his face is quite plump

Missing Domestic Short Hair Cats in Widnes
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Missing since02 May 2020
BreedDomestic Short Hair
Dominant colourGinger
Approx age4
Pet Listing ID95308

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