Lost: Grey Tabby Cat Female In South East (EN3)

  • Dog ID 66359
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 20 Mar 2014
  • Name MILLIE
  • Gender & Breed Female Cat (Spayed)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour grey tabby
  • Marks & Scars Grey tabby, has a white patch on her chin and underneath her chin a bit. Ginger on her belly, her ta
  • Tagged No
  • Microchipped No
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 14 Mar 2014
  • Where Lost Went missing from london - enfield - enfield lock en3 6ds area
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area EN3
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Have you seen this beautiful girl? She went missing on the 14/3/14 around 9am. Missing from london - enfield - enfield lock area en3 6ds. She has always been a homely cat, never straying further than two gardens away from home. She is a grey tabby with light ginger underneath with small black spots. She has a small white patch on her chin which goes under her chin a bit as well. Her most distint feature is her tail, from the tip of her tail to halfway down it is black. She is spayed, no chip and no collar.
  • Phone 1 07930449333
  • Phone 2 07415229741
  • Listed By kelly.24
  • Views 1273
  • MILLIEPoster Image
  • MILLIEExtra Image


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Sorry you never found her. But you never know.
Hi janie. She only ever goes two gardens away from home as my friend gives her and my other 4 cats treats. I've had her since she was five weeks and she's just turned 2. Never has she ever gone missing or strayed further than my friends garden. All rescues, vets etc are notified. Posters etc put up. Her pic is on every pet site I could find. Including facebook sites. I'm out looking for her every night. Will keep u posted x
PS I have two elderly spayed females mnyself.
Try cooking or warming up food that she really loves, open door, and let it waft; it may tempt her back. Put sardines on her food plate, and keep tapping it, while you are calling her name. (Sardines, and pilchards have a very strong smell to cats). Put something with her scent on, her bedding say, orf her blanket, place in a container, and leave in a dry spot in the garden; put something in with your scent on too. Soneoine else may be feeding her of course. Take DL advice, and put "Lost" posters through as many doors as you can. As she is a spayed female she will only have (Usually) a small territory of about two large gardens. Good luckx Keep us posed.
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