Lost: Black And White Cat Male In East Anglia (CB6)

  • Dog ID 57036
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 06 Sep 2013
  • Name BODEN
  • Gender & Breed Male Cat
  • Age Young Adult
  • Colour black and white
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped No
  • Tattooed No
  • Date Lost 30 Aug 2013
  • Where Lost Wilburton Ely Cambridgeshire
  • Lost In Region East Anglia
  • Lost In Post Area CB6
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info unfortunately Boden isn't microchipped and lost his collar previously before disappearing. He also isn't neutered.
  • Phone 1 07894155426
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By Laura
  • Views 1437
  • BODEN  Poster Image
  • BODEN  Extra Image


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Boden is still missing x
circulating on twitter
Thanks Laura. They can startg mating at around 6 months old on average. I call it "Chipped" too. I only learned this recently myzself that a male cat that has been neutered will normally only have a territory of about 4 average garden spoaces, and a female only two, so they tend to stay near home then Although Bolden is a housecat he may have felt the "Urge" to find a girlfriend: who knows? lol My cats dont wander too far from home (Both spayed) The food trick works for mine, as I keep them in overnight: much safer. Come on Boden your owner wants you home a.s.a.p Paws xd.
Boden is only 1.5years old and is normally a house cat. x
thanks Janiejewel1649. I actually put not chipped meaning he isn't microchipped lol, but he hasn't been neutered either. my cousin had planned to do it at the end of this month (due to the fact that one of her little ones was starting school so unfortunately didn't have the money to do both) thank you for the tips though I will pass them on to her.
Ps Cats can start mating at an early age: about 4/5 months I think.
Seems as though Boden has not bee neutered not "Chipped" as you say. If he has not been neutered the probablity is that he may have gone looking for a lady friend: best to have cats spayed/neutered as then they dont tend to wander as far; I have two females (Spayed) Try cooking some chicken as the smell may tantalize his taste buds, and he may return soon. Or out a blanket or something woith his scent on and leave in the garden if possible, as this mayh help. Good luckx
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Alerts sent to helpers in CB6,7.
DogLostHelen - Regional Co-ordinator East Anglia.
Details added to Dog Lost Cambridge facebook group and other groups in the area.
Sorry to see that BODEN is missing.
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