Lost: Ginger With White Markings Cat Female In South East (BR5)
- Dog ID 112710
- Status Lost
- Registered 17 Mar 2017
- Name LOLA
- Gender & Breed Female Cat
- Age Young Adult
- Colour Ginger with White markings
- Marks & Scars White patch on nose/mouth leading down to neck and chest. 4 White paws and some white stripes towards the tip of tail.
- Tagged Unknown
- Microchipped Unknown
- Tattooed Unknown
- Date Lost 16 Mar 2017
- Where Lost Orpington kent
- Lost In Region South East
- Lost In Post Area BR5
- Date Reunited
- Other Info Lola managed to escape her cat carrier whilst I was walking under the station approach train bridge (ST MARY CRAY). I held on as tight as I could but she got away from me and darted across the road. The last I saw was her disappearing into the bushland fenced off area behind carpet right. Lola is very friendly but is cautious of strangers. Not wearing her collar as it came off during her escape.
- Listed By ClaireS - Area Volunteer, Kent
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- 2017-03-26 18:15 Captain
- Shared to missing pet groups and pages in Kent and tweeted. Really hope Lola is soon safely found xLast edited: 2017-03-26 18:21:19 by Captain
- 2017-03-22 17:18 ClaireS - Area Volunteer, Kent
- ** More information regarding Lola**
Lola was a stray that I have taken in as she was living in the garden of my new house. as I have struggled to get her to the vets I am unsure whether she has a microchip. I advertised her online when I found her but no one ever contacted me. I had every intention of microchipping/vaccinating her on the day she escaped the carrier. she was very stressed when she got out of the carrier so I am very worried for her safety. please contact me if you think you have seen her our family is missing her a great deal.
- 2017-03-17 20:20 janiejewel1649
- Usually when this happens the cat will find refuge in someone` garden close to where they escaped their carrier
And maybe hide in their shed.etc I would post "Lost" posters through the doors in the area she escaoed from. And then if you find out she is in a particular garden, and being fed by someone. you could try a cat trap. And dont forget to rattle those dreamies. Paws xd Last edited: 2017-03-17 20:21:19 by janiejewel1649
- 2017-03-17 13:18 ClaireS - Area Volunteer, Kent
- Thank you Alison
All corrected now! Ready to share on
Thank you 😘😘
- 2017-03-17 13:08 Alison - Administrator, Head Office & Area Co-ordinator, Lincolnshire
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- 2017-03-17 12:47 ClaireS - Area Volunteer, Kent
- Need assistance with information "where Lost"
Won't edit the text :(
- 2017-03-17 12:27 Jayne - Administrator, Head Office
- Alerts sent to helpers in BR5.
- 2017-03-17 12:20
- Sorry to see that LOLA is missing.
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