LOST CAT SMALLFIELD/HORLEY

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Joanne_
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LOST CAT SMALLFIELD/HORLEY

Post by Joanne_ » Fri Nov 28, 2014 10:06 am

I am posting this on behalf of a friend.

Alexandra has been missing since Friday 24th October. She is an indoor only cat and is very afraid of people she doesn't know so won't likely come up to someone. But she is very sweet and would never bite or scratch anyone. She is microchipped . Please contact her on 07939134909 if you've seen her.
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Re: LOST CAT SMALLFIELD/HORLEY

Post by Rosiepix2010 » Sat Nov 29, 2014 11:32 pm

I'm so sorry your little cat is missing still.. My cat went missing for 11 days and turned up on my doorstep just as I thought he was lost forever. Cats don't usually go far , normally in the same block that you live in. My cat had been locked in somewhere, he'd lost lots of weight but came home unscathed. This was in the worse weather imaginable thick snow , how he managed to survive I'll never know! They are resilient , not sure if you have tried going out late at night when it's quiet and call him, shake some of his treats. Stop and listen to see if you can hear him. Knock on the neighbours again and ask them to recheck sheds. If they're not in leave a leaflet asking them to check.
Have you put him on animal lost sites apart from this one ?
Animalsearchuk.co.uk
Also if you are on Facebook there are missing pet pages on there
Our Furbabies lost and found uk
Please try not to feel despondent
Xxxx

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Re: LOST CAT SMALLFIELD/HORLEY

Post by Joanne_ » Fri Dec 05, 2014 12:20 am

Rosiepix2010 wrote:I'm so sorry your little cat is missing still.. My cat went missing for 11 days and turned up on my doorstep just as I thought he was lost forever. Cats don't usually go far , normally in the same block that you live in. My cat had been locked in somewhere, he'd lost lots of weight but came home unscathed. This was in the worse weather imaginable thick snow , how he managed to survive I'll never know! They are resilient , not sure if you have tried going out late at night when it's quiet and call him, shake some of his treats. Stop and listen to see if you can hear him. Knock on the neighbours again and ask them to recheck sheds. If they're not in leave a leaflet asking them to check.
Have you put him on animal lost sites apart from this one ?
Animalsearchuk.co.uk
Also if you are on Facebook there are missing pet pages on there
Our Furbabies lost and found uk
Please try not to feel despondent
Xxxx
Thanks for all the advice shall pass this onto my friend =]

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Re: LOST CAT SMALLFIELD/HORLEY

Post by KittyCatKate » Fri Dec 05, 2014 9:54 pm

I know how hard this can be. My one cat (I had previous to a relationship ending) got out near a store and was missing for a handful of days. I couldn't eat. Do you know if she just simply got out the house or if she got loose somewhere not close to home?

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