Reunited: Brown With Leopard Spots Cat Female

  • Dog ID 140357
  • Status Reunited
  • Registered 11 Feb 2019
  • Name XENA
  • Gender & Breed Female Cat (Spayed)
  • Age Young Adult
  • Colour Brown with leopard spots
  • Marks & Scars Looks like a little leopard and tiger mixed
  • Tagged Yes
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Yes
  • Date Lost 09 Feb 2019
  • Where Lost Kingfisher Road, Shefford, Bedfordshire
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area SG17
  • Date Found 11 Feb 2019
  • Where Found Across the road from kingfisher road in shefford
  • Found In Post Area SG17
  • Date Reunited 11 Feb 2019
  • Other Info She has a sensitive tummy so required special food else she becomes ill
  • Phone 1 07894835459
  • Phone 2 07535036563
  • Listed By Frances van-Zyl
  • Views 469
  • Alerts Sent 26
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Brilliant news. So pleased she is home. Stay close now Xena:-) xxx. And no more crossing roads. Maybe someone had been feeding her?Last edited: 2019-02-11 19:25:59 by janiejewel1649
Check ALL outbuildings, including empty houses., and cellars
THOROUGHLY as some cats will hide in., or behind an object within especially if timid. Check trees, and decking too Put some tuna, or warm chicken in her dish, and call her; night/early morning is best. Rattle some treats too. Place 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. Wipe her scent on your garden fences, gates, doors too; anything leading up to the garden. When it`s nightfall, and you are searching, use a strong torch, as the light will reflect a cats eyes. Poster around the area, and post flyers through doors too. Ask around, especially those with children, as they can be very observant. Post in shops, post offices too. Hand out as many posters as you can; where, and when you can. Post a LOST CAT ad in a National newspaper, in case she has climbed into a vehicle, which isn`t uncommon for cats to do. Paws xd.
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