Lost: Grey, White And Black Tabby Cat Female In East Anglia (NR30)

  • Dog ID 93833
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 29 Oct 2015
  • Name PIPPA
  • Gender & Breed Female Cat (Spayed)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Grey, white and black tabby
  • Marks & Scars Spay scar,
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped No
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 25 Oct 2015
  • Where Lost Haven site, Caister on Sea, Norfolk.
  • Lost In Region East Anglia
  • Lost In Post Area NR30
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info 7 years old but looks younger. Very timid. Has brown smudge under her mouth.
  • Phone 1 07791422211
  • Phone 2 07572978684
  • Listed By Marjorie
  • Views 2216
  • PIPPAPoster Image
  • PIPPAExtra Image


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Any news on this poor mite?
circulating on twitter............PIPPA Tabby Cat MISSING http://bit.ly/1M5AylI #Haven site #CaisteronSea #Norfolk #NR30 Plz RT
Thank you all for your shares and advice. Pippa went missing whilst on holiday and therefore there aren't many of her familiar smells around. She won't know the area so literally could be anywhere. Her owners are distraught and are doing 400 mile round trips to try to find her. Thanks so much for your help. 😊
As Pippa is spayed possibly not too faraway. Try tips on Mkisty`s page no. 93826. Paws xd.
Twitter and website
Added on Caister StreetLife page. Hope poor Pippa is home safe & sound soon. Will circulate. xx
This was a comment on the Pet Alert UK FB page in response to another missing cate: Cats can be lost at just 50 meters from the house, they can't see well, things at 6 meters from them are blurry, that's why they can easily get lost and not necesarly far from their home.

Most of the time cats are lost within a circle of 250 / 300 meters from their house. They live in a world of known smells and sounds, when they get lost, they lose the known smells (because of the rain or because they just went too far) so the common method is to call the cat at night (the sounds goes further at night) every 15 or 20 minutes, during 5 minutes, repeat the process about 6 times per night.

Your voice must be loud and clear, you can do that for days or weeks, she might hear you but not move the first night, the second night notice where the voice come from and try to focus on your voice to get reoriented, she can be weak so it's important to insist and be patient .

You can either call from your house without moving or from outside the circle to the center (your house) while walking/driving so that your cat follow your voice to the center.

You have to call her every night, at the same hours, so she can hear you and understand.

You can also let water and food in the garden for her and maybe spread her dirty litter around the house.
DogLostHelen - Regional Co-ordinator East Anglia.
Details added to Dog Lost Norfolk and Suffolk facebook group and other groups in the area.
Twitter requested.
Thank you Jayne & Helen.Last edited: 2015-10-30 07:50:43 by Marjorie
DogLostJayne - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in NR29,30,31.
Sorry to see that PIPPA is missing.
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