Reunited: Black With White Cat Female

  • Dog ID 121932
  • Status Reunited
  • Registered 09 Nov 2017
  • Name BELLA
  • Gender & Breed Female Cat (Neutered)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Black with white
  • Marks & Scars Semi long haired mainly black with white underneath. White triangle on face with pink nose and black strip to top of nose. Black chin white bib. White feet
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 18 Oct 2017
  • Where Lost Norcross Vets, Norcross Lane, Thornton-Cleveleys FY5 3FT
  • Lost In Region North West
  • Lost In Post Area FY5
  • Date Found 20 Dec 2017
  • Where Found On Norcross field trapped by security team
  • Found In Region North West
  • Found In Post Area FY5
  • Date Reunited 20 Dec 2017
  • Other Info
  • Phone 1 07749212077
  • Phone 2 01253 850653
  • Listed By Arlene
  • Views 775
  • Alerts Sent 109
  • BELLAPoster Image
  • BELLAExtra Image

 

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janiejewel1649
This happened to a lady`s cat i know and the vert said that cats usually find refuge in someone`s garden, which her cat did just that You could borrow a cat trap from Cat Protection for a small donation I think. You could place the trap in a nearby field if not by a main road I would not leave treats in at this stage because of other cats who may leave their scent there being attracted by food. Place the trap in a sheltered spot Walk around the area, holding an object with her scent on, and the scent of her brothers
If looking when it is nightfall use a strong torch where she went awol as the light will reflect a cats eyes. Try a squeaky toy as it may attract her attention. When you are looking for her use the same deodorant/perfume say you use on a day to day basis as she will recognize the scent May be a good idea to drive around the area . She is most probably "Living off the land" and hiding as she is a timid girl Paws xd.

As you know with cats it`s usually all about scent. Last edited: 2017-11-10 19:35:16 by janiejewel1649
Arlene
Hi Jan thanks so much for the information. I’m really at a loss what to do. Bella went through such horror that night and is quite a timid cat I’m at a loss to know where she might be.

She did not make it into the vets (she was weeping blood presumably cystitis). First visit to vets since neutering as a kitten so was traumatised by car journey too she literally broke the carrier and ran out across a very busy road intto oncoming traffic (luckily they stopped) into a field (lots of fields and farms around here) up a tree and later out of the tree and back across the still busy road!! Went under the gates of government buildings for Norcross - war pensions. The security on site won’t allow access to us or the vet annoyingly!! I’m guessing from what I’ve read that hunger will have got the better of her and will have moved off the site.

I postered and leafleted the surrounding roads and housing estate but no sightings. My search has now moved further out I’m all over Facebook but still no joy.

Really need help as to what to do. Her brother rarely leaves the house now he’s so down without her so help with him too would be great xx
janiejewel1649
Presume she jumped out of a carrier? 'when this happens a cat will usually find refuge in someones garden. Poster around the area, where Bella went awol. Also post flyer through doors in that area too. Check animal rescue centre in case her microchip has slipped It can happen sometimes. Ask friends, and neighbours to share as well as DL Consider a LOST CAT ad in a newspaper. Paws xd.
DogLostJan - Area Co-ordinator North West.
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DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in FY2,5,6,7.

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