Lost: Tortoiseshell And White Cat Female In North West (M15)

  • Dog ID 147256
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 12 Aug 2019
  • Name MISSY
  • Gender & Breed Female Cat (Spayed)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Tortoiseshell and White
  • Marks & Scars None
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 11 Aug 2019
  • Where Lost Rockdove Ave, Manchester
  • Lost In Region North West
  • Lost In Post Area M15
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info 3 year old female. In good health, well loved and settled at home. Does not usually roam. Friendly but may be badly injured, be gentle if approaching her.
  • Phone 1 07861 689947
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By Sas
  • Views 292
  • Alerts Sent 25
  • MISSYPoster Image
  • MISSYExtra Image


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Mitsuko/Missy is still not home.
Thank you for all your suggestions, i will follow them all.
Sas I am sorry Missy is still not home. Do you live near Stockport as they have a good Facebook group called CLASS Cats. You could try adding her on to their page also contact ALL the vets and animal rescues. If an animal is injured and someone picks them up they will often take them to a vet they are familiar with never mind it's the other side of the country :-( If you can go around the neighbourhood later in the evenings too when it's quiet if you call her and she answers you are more likely to hear her cries as there won't be so many other noises to distract you. Ask all your neighbours especially those who look as if they have mowed their lawns recently to check in their shed, garages etc xxLast edited: 2019-08-13 23:26:19 by Marbie
As I suggested in my post re: advice/tips. page 146240 when searching for her use the same deodorant you use on a day to day basis as she will recognize the scent. And your the one she trusts. And/or take with you an Air Freshener which is used regularly in the house, as it should remind her of her home comforts. Bear in mind too that cats can squeeze into very small spaces (About 3" in diameter) because of their very flexible spines. So leave no stone unturned. Check behind hedges/bushes too. Paws xd.
Am worried she may be injured as there was some vicious sounding dog barking about 10 minutes after I let her out into garden and I haven't seen her since. Worried dog got her or chased her and she got clipped by a car.

She does go outside every day but never more than few metres from door, has 3 spots likes to sit in and can ALWAYS be found in those spots.

Longest I haven't seen her is 3 hours in 2018 when she was in a neighbours house and she jumped out of upstairs window to get back home. Not a wandering cat so suspected is only not back because is injured or worse.
Perhaps the owner is worried she has been clipped by a car>
Sorry but why do you think she might be badly injured? I hope Missy is safe and well and home with her loving family very soon xx
DogLostGemma-Area Co-ordinator North West
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Please follow ALL the advice/tips on Bubba`s post. Her page no. is 147240. Paws xd.
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