Rainbow Bridge: Black & White Cat Male

  • Dog ID 135118
  • Status Rainbow Bridge
  • Registered 01 Oct 2018
  • Name HARTLEY
  • Gender & Breed Male Cat
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Black & White
  • Marks & Scars Bad tooth/teeth right side of mouth
  • Tagged No
  • Microchipped No
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 04 Sep 2018
  • Where Lost In the Ranelagh Road/Meyrick Road vicinity of Sheerness on the Isle of Sheppey.
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area ME12
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Hartley is an un-neutered male "Tuxedo" (B&W) stray cat with borderline feral fear aggression and probable dental problems on the right side of his mouth. Last seen September 3rd. We were told that he was collected and Euthanized by the RSPCA @ 3rd week in September but they have no record of this so we are searching for him in case he was "relocated" rather than put down. If you see him, do not attempt to collect him as he would likely win any battle of wills. He's not a ba
  • Phone 1 01795 583994
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By MCWrenn
  • Views 826
  • Alerts Sent 42
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Thanks again Sharon. Some people!
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
janiejewel1649 Very sad xx
Thanks Sharon for posting for Hartley. Apparently someone was uneconomical with the truth. (Not the rspca) And contacted the rspca without informing the owner. And so she carried on searching for him, not knowing he had already been pts. Shame on them!!
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
Run Free Hartley. X
Thanks Lisa. So sad;-(
DogLostLisa - Area Coordinator, Kent
Confirmed with owner that Hartley was euthanized. Sleep sweetly sweet boy xxx
Sad news:-( Someone who has been in contact with the "Owner" of Hartley said the he was in fact euthanized by the RSPCA in early September. Allegedly attacked someone. As far as I know feral cats only attack if you interfere with them. If anyone is feeding feral cats, and they aren`t neutered, contact your local Cat Protection, who usually come out, take them, neuter them, and put a slit in their left ear, whilst under anaesthetic of course. They will then return them to where they were found. My neighbour has had experience of this.

Nightie night Harley, sleep tight, and have fun with the other "Rainbow felines" who are waiting to play. RIP+ God Bless x A~~~Candle~~~burns for you. Run free sweetheart. Now with the Angels, surrounded by love.

By the way, if anyone finds a cat, and it is`nt microchipped, please don`t take it to the RSPCA, because they tend to put them to sleep. Not their fault, as they get unindated , as many cat owner don`t have their cats neutered. Always best to contact your local Cat Protection, or Blue Cross, as they never put down an healthy animal. Last edited: 2018-10-03 09:36:45 by janiejewel1649
Any cat feral, or domestic, who is un-neutered will go quite a way seeking a mate, and they can stop away for some time. They can also become lost, and disorientated. When the rspca take in feral cats, they usually (Males) "Snip, and chip", give treatment they may need, and make a slit in their left ear, so they know which cats have been "Done" Same with females too. They will neuter them as well, I suggest you ask friends, and neighbours to share as well as DL. Poster around the area, and post flyers through doors too. Ask around, especially those with children, as they can be very observant. Hand out posters, where, and, when you can, to the general public and as many as you can. Consider posting a LOST CAT ad in a National newspaper too. Paws xd.
DogLostSharon - Social Media Team
Shared to our national FB group and tweeted @DogLostUK
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in ME12.

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