Reunited: Ginger & White Cat Male

  • Dog ID 134721
  • Status Reunited
  • Registered 22 Sep 2018
  • Gender & Breed Male Cat (Neutered)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Ginger & White
  • Marks & Scars Siberian Forest cat
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 30 Jul 2018
  • Where Lost Islington
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area N5
  • Date Reunited 26 Sep 2018
  • Other Info Mr Muk was seen with a man at Canonbury Station who got onto a train, cradling Mr Muk in his arms. Mr Muk is microchipped with a STOLEN alert on his record
  • Phone 1 07983779294
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By LisaP
  • Views 2713
  • Alerts Sent 57


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Beautiful photo of Mr. Muk with his mum. :-) xxx
DogLostJayne - Admin
Mr Muk in todays Daily mail article on the blog for dogs.
Reunited photo added to extra image. Refresh page to view.
Wonderful news stay safe little man, its made me very happy seeing you in the blue xxx
Fantastic news,well done to the met.police. Stay safe now Mr Muk XX
Thanks for post below. Good idea to buy a cat harness for Mr. Muk. I think they do different sizes. or you may need to get one which fits a fairly small dog, depending on his size of course.. Look forward to Mr. Muk`s owners update.
I am loving this blue colour change :) I am going to buy Izabela a cat harness and lead and totally agree when she is at work cat has to be in as nowadays you can't trust no one. I actually am very happy with the police as this case could well be a deterrent. I know Izabela will come on herself later and update us more but I know she had zero sleep as after the man was arrested Mr Muk used the opportunity to get out fast so she had to get to the area and go find Mr Muk who came running when he heard his Mummy..I am not sure about timescales but she was still out at 5 am so they will both be tucked up in bed now catching up on cuddles and sleep. I think in my opinion a shared post or a newspaper article hit the right person that knew him from the neighbourhood who informed police then book he was caught ginger handed. Well that is my theory I could be wrong but all will be revealed soon enough. Doglost have been brilliant as always as has every person that shared and supported the owner who actually herself worked all hours plus more to try and raise money herself to pay to get her cat home. She is a very lovely girl and I will get my Mr Muk strokes soon :) I have to visit him now he certainly is a very lucky special cat who is probably too famous now and will need bodyguards to go out. Maybe Simon Cowell would arrange this for him anyone got his number? ;) xLast edited: 2018-09-26 11:16:49 by AngelAmberLeadingThemHome
This is absolutely fantastic news, and yes, I have the happy tissues out here:-) :-) :-) Am so happy for Mr. Muk`s owner Isabella, who must be ecstatic to have her boy back. Stay very close now Mr. Muk:-)xxx I would keep him indoors for a little while now, and also, make sure he is indoors when you have to go out if possible.

The problem is that some pedigree cats get sold on for a quick buck.
So pleased the thief is in custody. Last edited: 2018-09-26 07:57:56
Brilliant news, suspect in custody too x
Ok get the happy tissues out message from Owner - Izabela Mnich
11 mins
Guess who is home?!
I will write something more when we rest a little. I just want to say absolutely thank you people!!! I’m so great full I have no words how much I would like to thank you all of you and every each! We need some sleep now. But we send our hart full of love! ❤️🙏🏻🙌🏻 Purrfect! ,,, I am crying here I can't believe it Mr Muk is back with his lovely owner there was not a day she did not look for him she has been a pleasure to work with such a lovely girl I am so pleased for her and Mr Muk there are some reunited pics on the group and she will update more later today as she has had a long eventful night and early hours of the morning so is going to bed to cuddle her baby boy <3 Thank you everyone that helped xx
Missingpetsgb I sent the link to owner and that cat has been ruled outas Mr Muk but thank you so much for caring and trying to get him home x
Please if anyone could help put up posters if you live in the surrounding area we would really apprieciate it as the owners printer has now broken she is doing absolutely all she can for Mr Muk working all hours so she can buy another one and even wants to hire a private dectective to try find her beautiful cat however we have advised her against that as police are involved. We are having trouble getting them to contact the railways to find out where the person stole the cat got off. I don't live in the area I live in Somerset hence why I am asking for any help that anyone can do re posters. I am just helping with a group for Mr Muk in the hope we make him too hot to handle and get him home. Thank you everyone for your help so far Izabela (owner) has been in tears with all the kindness that she has recieved from everyone here and all others groups everyone has been amazing x
Please check similar cat found in Stevenage (also where he was found when lost before)
Shared to Home Safe Cat UK x
Mr Muk now has a group (have shared link & poster on it)....
Postcode corrected to N5, alerts sent to helpers in N5 x
Sorry Mr Muck has been stolen. Good police are aware. As with dogs, he need to be made "TOO HOT TO HANDLE" Poster in the region suggested on this site. And hand poster by, and around the station. Hand out posters to the general public, where, and when you can, and as many as you can. Maybe people could poster in the areas, the train stopped at? Some Doglost helpers may live in those areas? Pedigree cats sometimes get stolen, and sold on. Poster a STOLEN CAT ad in a National newspaper too. Try a radio/tv appeal too. Ask friends, and,, and neigbours to share as well as DL. Twitter too. Paws xd. Mr Muck is soon homer with his RIGHTFUL owners asap. Last edited: 2018-09-22 12:04:27
DogLostSharon - Social Media Volunteer
Details shared to Facebook Group & Tweeted @DogLostUK x
Thank you Alison x
Alerts sent to helpers in N1

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