Lost: Black Cat Female In South East (CM13)

  • Dog ID 139242
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 10 Jan 2019
  • Name LUNA
  • Gender & Breed Female Cat (Spayed)
  • Age Young Adult
  • Colour Black
  • Marks & Scars Luna is a jet black slim panther with a small white patch on her lower tummy. She has a teary left eye that waters. She is very petite and friendly.
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 09 Jan 2019
  • Where Lost Surman crescent, Hutton, Brentwood,
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area CM13
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Luna is a jet black petite cat. She is extremely friendly and very rarely stays out longer than a day as she tends to come home 3-4 times a day for food. She went missing on Wednesday morning and hasn't been seen since. We're becoming a little worried now as she has been a little poorly with a few seizures in the last year. She has no markings other than a small white patch on her underbelly.
  • Phone 1 07975741351
  • Phone 2 07774152412
  • Listed By Francescalouise
  • Views 289
  • Alerts Sent 42
  • LUNAPoster Image
  • LUNAExtra Image


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Still missing 😭 please look out for/check garages and sheds for her 💔
As of character for Luna to go missing, she may be shut in somewhere. Check ALL outbuildings, including empty houses, and cellars
THOROUGHLY, as some cats will hide in or behind an object within, especially if timid. Empty contents of the hoover on to the garden as her scent will be there. Put some tuna or chicken in her djsh, and call her; night/early morning is best. Rattle some treats too. Put her UNWASHED blanket into a clean container, along with your scent too.Leave in the garden in a sheltered spot, or hang on the washing line if dry; used towels too. Wipe her scent on your garden fences, gates, doors too; anything leading up to the garden. Try a squeaky toy, as it may attract her attention. Walk around the area, holding an object with her scent on, and rattle some Dreamies. Someone my be feeding her. (Common problem) When it,s nightfall, and you are searching, use a strong torch, as the light will reflect a cat eyes. Poster around the area, and post flyers through door too. Ask around, especially those with children, as they can be very observant. Hand out as many posters as you can; where, an when you can., Post in shops, post offices too. Check behind hedges too. Hope Luna is reunited very soon. Paws xd, Last edited: 2019-01-11 12:11:14 by janiejewel1649
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