Lost: Tabby Cat Male In North West (M45)

  • Dog ID 112740
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 17 Mar 2017
  • Name EDDIE
  • Gender & Breed Male Cat
  • Age Adult
  • Colour tabby
  • Marks & Scars not neutered domestic short haired
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Unknown
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 17 Mar 2017
  • Where Lost sergeants lane whitefield. New to area
  • Lost In Region North West
  • Lost In Post Area M45
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info not neutered looks quite fat
  • Phone 1 07702274639
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By maxine
  • Views 1129
  • EDDIEPoster Image
  • EDDIEExtra Image


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he has come from m45 area but could have been from nottingham in his past life
i dont understand how to log into the facebook page you have written here kajee, i have tried but nothing....
hi kajee thanks for info i cannot log into anything to see if this is eddie? how can i find the facebook page/photo?
It states Eddie is new to the area, what area has he come from? Could this be him? https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1620622274634449&set=gm.1355177897875400&type=3&theater
nothing at all, searching leaving food out.. no response from posters and asking around, not many fb shares though...i am disheartened now... a cat here a short time will find it hard to find way back home.
need more shares pls...searched today put out smelly food nothing
thanks for advice, cat was with my elderly neighbour, so new to area afraid he wont even know garden smells...searching again today and asking around everywhere....
If un-neutered it`s possible that Eddie has gone seeking a female to mate with. Put some tuna/chicken in his dish, and call him; night/early morning is best. (Check all outbuildings in case shut in ) Rattle some treats too. As said put his blanket/bedding (Unwashed) into a clean container , along with something with your scent on too. Leave in the garden in a sheltered spot, or hang on the washing line if dry; jused towels too. Wipe his scent on your bgarden fences, gates, doors too, anything leading up to the garden. Take a GOOD walk arounbd the area, because un-neutered cats, (Especially males) will have a larger territory than neutered one. take with you an object with his scent on, and rattle some dreamies. Someone may be feeding him . Try a squeaky toy as it could attract his attention. Poster arpund the area, and put "Lost" posters through doors too. Paws xd

Although neutered cats can go missing, it`s usually because they can sometimes get chased out of their terriotry by a more dominant cat, or chase something, and can become disorientaed. Many of them do find thier way back On average a male neutered cat will normally have a territory of about 4/7 garden spaces as to where they live approximately. It`a 2/3 for a spayed female. Generally neutering prevents Feline Aids, spraying, and fighting with other cats. Hope Eddie is home soon. Last edited: 2017-03-18 08:39:44 by janiejewel1649
DogLostGillyP - Administrator, Head Office
Leave something outside with your scent on or even something like his bed
DogLostGillyP - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in M45
please check sheds and garages or under bushes could be hiding scared, could be hungry as not ate all day, first day new home bolted and not familiar at all with area
Sorry to see that EDDIE is missing.
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