Lost: Grey/cream Cat Female In South West (TQ9)
- Dog ID 44638
- Status Lost
- Registered 01 Nov 2012
- Name GEMMA
- Breed Cat
- Gender Female
- Operation Spayed
- Age Young Adult
- Build Medium
- Colour Grey/cream
- Tail Full
- Marks & Scars
- Tagged No
- Microchipped Yes
- Tattooed No
- Date Lost 16 Sep 2012
- Where Lost Ramslade Caravan Park, Stoke Gabriel, Devon but could be anywhere if she's inadvertently hitched a ride.
- Lost In Region South West
- Lost In Post Area TQ9
- Date Found
- Where Found
- Found In Region
- Found In Post Area
- Date Reunited
- Other Info British Blue/cream female, mainly grey with cream patches, cream stripe down her nose and a bend at the tip of her tail
- Phone 1 07765 440402
- Phone 2
- Reward? Yes
- Listed By jobo
- Views 942
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- 2013-04-08 19:24 KateByattAbbitt
- have you found her yet?
- 2013-04-07 12:41 cjt1964
- saw this x http://www.nationalpetregister.org/fp/47642.htm
- 2012-11-03 21:47 jobo
- Thanks for all the advice so far. I've covered all those bases but still no word 7 weeks on. Posters and pamphlets have been distributed where she went missing in Devon and also at vets/rescue centres etc throughout the country. She also has her own Facebook page ! www.facebook.com/missingbritishbluecatgemma
Thanks for all your help so far x
- 2012-11-02 23:25 skippy, Area Co-ordinator Chester
- Catchat website has a great action plan of things you can or should do. Many of these will be the same as for finding a lost dog, - but link is here if there is anything you haven't thought of yet - http://www.catchat.org/lost.html
They also have a list of local rescues all of who might be contacted if a cat is found - http://www.catchat.org/adoption/tynewear.html
I also assume you have contacted all your local vets - make sure they all get her details. Cats tend to travel a little less than dogs so lots of fliers through local doors can be really effective. Encourage neighbours to check garages and sheds to make sure he hasn't got himself shut in somewhere. Keep an eye on windowsills of any empty houses or houses where neighbours may be on holiday.
I work with a cat charity close to where I live (not close to you I'm afraid or else I'd help on the ground) and almost without exception it is the posters and fliers that bring lost cats home.
Great that Gemma is chipped. If she has been picked up or inadvertently taken further afield, there is a good chance she will end up in the hands of someone with a scanner....do make sure all your contact details are up to date to date with the chip company.
Hope Gemma is home with you soon. x
- 2012-11-02 14:24 janiejewel1649
- Sorry to see Gemma is missing. Paws and fingers xd for her safe return. Keep us posted.
- 2012-11-01 23:38 Jayne - Head Office
- Alerts sent out o helpers in TQ1-13.
- 2012-11-01 21:41
- Sorry to see that GEMMA is missing.
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