Lost: Tuby With White Cat Male In South East (HP3)

  • Dog ID 154185
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 14 Feb 2020
  • Name ZAZA
  • Gender & Breed Male Cat (Neutered)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour Tuby with White
  • Marks & Scars Very big fluffy and blue eyes Siberian Neva Masquerade
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 11 Feb 2020
  • Where Lost Felden ( HP30BG)
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area HP3
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Felden
  • Phone 1 07814769123
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By Tmezzone
  • Views 718
  • Alerts Sent 40
  • ZAZA Poster Image
  • ZAZA Extra Image


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If you have tried all you can to try to find Zaza, including what
Marbie suggests, and there has been no sightings, I would first of all email DogLost for advice saying you think he might have been stolen. The email address is admin@doglost.co.uk Last edited: 2020-03-04 21:20:07 by janiejewel1649
HELP! Could police coordinators on here give advice to Zaza`s owner please? Zaza cat may have been stolen. Thank youLast edited: 2020-03-03 07:33:03 by janiejewel1649
I know it's not a nice thought but you say you live in the countryside Timezone. Does anyone lay traps or are you unaware? As janiejewel1649 has suggested Colin Butcher and Molly or a drone might be of use in locating Zaza if he has been caught up somewhere. Good luck finding him soon xx
Hello, thank you very much for the advise. How do I get in contact with police coordinators on this site please? Sorry, I am a bit useless with IT. Thanks
If no sightings, my best guess would be that someone has taken him, and sold him on. I would now have a word with the police coordinators on this site who liase with police if a pet has been stolen. And make them "TOO HOT TO HANDLE" Never too late. Paws xd.
It seem to me too that someone has has him. They may have seen him, and waited until it was dark, when it was quiet. There is a pet detective named Colin Butcher who used to work as a police detective in Surrey. He owns a black cocker spaniel called Molly. She has been specially trained to find cats too, and has much success in finding lost, amd stolen cats.. She was trained at a Medical dog detection centre. And she is the only dog in the country to be able to do this It`s a private company, but for those who can`t afford it, the money people donate is used for the searches, such as those on low imcome, pension etc. He also has contacts with polie over the UK. He did say that he is willing to give advice ovr the phone. His email info@thepetdetectives.com
Telephone number is 01403 753 463
Maybe worth a call? I would also post a LOST/STOLEN in a National newspaer too. Paws xd.Last edited: 2020-02-20 18:36:00 by janiejewel1649
We have followed all the tips and been searching for him everywhere:( we put up so many posters but didn’t have any contact😭He is Siberian Neva Masquerade breed which is hypoallergenic and rare here so I was thinking that he could have been taken:(( the only thing is that he disappeared overnight, we are in the countryside- there are so many fields .. I can’t see anybody taking him in unless they are here deliberately for it or he was wet and tired . He is very gentle and loving but he doesn’t easily goes to strangers . We are just so lost . Thank you very much for help xx
Could one of the police co-ordinators give advixe on Zaza please? Seems very odd!
If you hace followed all the advice/tips om Luckky`s post, page no 154151. and there has been no sightings, my best guees would be that someone has taken him, As he is a pedigree isn``t he? I would now ask the police co-ordinators on this site for advice. Paws xd.
Hi Thanks for your post. Have you checked all outbuildings, just in case? Cats can stazy very still, and quiet when trapped in an outbuilding. They are renowned for it, Is Zaza a friendly cat?. For example. Would he let a person he doesn`t know pick him up? Because sometimes a person will take a fancy to someone`s cat, and will try to hide it in their own home. I have known this happen, until the theif saw the owners and reurned the cat. Have you tried all the tips I have posted on Luck`s page?
Hello, Zaza is a house cat but he loved sitting in the back garden, front garden or neighbours garden. He didn’t wander further than 100yrds 😢 he hasn’t been outside for couple of days because of the storm and once it calmed down and stopped raining he went outside.. And was gone...😭😭😭
Is Zaza a cat that goes wandering, and did he go mising fron the garden? And is he usually a more "Homebound cat"?Last edited: 2020-02-15 12:53:21 by janiejewel1649
Please follow ALL the advice/tips on Lucky`s post. His page no. is 154151. You will thenm by googling his name. and page no. Post 2020-2-14 20:54. Paws xd.
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