Lost: Grey Tabby Cat Male In Central (NG18)

  • Dog ID 126760
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 18 Mar 2018
  • Name CASEY
  • Gender & Breed Male Cat
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Grey tabby
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped No
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 12 Mar 2018
  • Where Lost Cat lost oak tree estate Mansfield
  • Lost In Region Central
  • Lost In Post Area NG18
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info
  • Phone 1 07724877144
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By Saz76
  • Views 956
  • Alerts Sent 68
  • CASEYPoster Image
  • CASEYExtra Image


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DogLostScruffy Dog - Central Team Volunteer
Update from owner - Casey is still missing
He's still missing and not even 1 sight of him 😢
Thank you x
DogLostLisa P - Regional Co-ordinator, Central
Shared on fb to Doglost Central & Tweeted x
Hi, many cats that go missing have got into a delivery van or car and hitched a lift to their next port of call. Was there a delivery van around that day? Ask neighbours. Then call the delivery company and ask where the vehicle went next. Maybe as it has been a few days, you could call all the local delivery agents that you normally see around and ask if they had a delivery in your road that day. Most vans use gps now and can say exactly where they went each day. A local cat got into a van and jumped out at a care home a couple of miles away after medications were delivered there. A friend noticed a poster on their gates and told the cat's owners. He had been regularly fed by the care home people and they were actively looking for his family. Really hope your cat comes home soon, thinking of you
Oh Saz 76. Did you know that many cats go awol not long before they are due to be neutered? Cats are believed to have s sixth sense. My own cat always seems to know when someone is coming to the door, even though we aren`t expecting anyone. She sits on the window sill, and makes a funny noise about twenty minutes before someone arrives. A cat I used to have, always knew when it was a day for her boosters, although she was such a well behaved cat. Never minded anything at the vets; a real trooper, is what the vet used to call her. (Sadly no longer with us due to old age) And yet she would hide under the table, even though we were quite relaxed, and hadn`t even put our coats on, and her carrier was in the garage. Experts now believe that it is because they have a small tube in the roof of their mouths called a Jacobson`s organ which enables the cat to breathe in air, and "Feel" "Touch" and pick up sensations, which human`s can`t. So who knows! Clever little devils aren`t they?:-)

Last edited: 2018-03-18 15:26:50 by janiejewel1649
I had booked him in to be chipped and neutered but he went before the appointment. I will definitely book him in again when hes back x
As he isn`t neutered. may have gone seeking a mates, and sometimes they will go further afield looking for a mate if this is the case. Also they will stop away for a few days. When he is found., I would have him neutered asap, as then on average they trend to stay more "Homebound" If on a low income, you can get your cat neutereds or just £5 via a voucher from Cat Protection. Sometimes they will include a microchip. Always best to have cats "Snipped, and chipped"Last edited: 2018-03-18 13:02:03 by janiejewel1649
No not neutered as i had only had him a few days
Presume neutered? Please try tips/advice on Oreo`s page no 126747. All worth a try. It is very common for cats to get themselves "Adopted" where there is food available. Hope Casey is home very soon. Paws, and fingers xd
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in NG18,19.
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Sorry to see that CASEY is missing.
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