Lost: Black Unknown Female In North East (HU7)

  • Dog ID 167124
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 01 Jun 2021
  • Name POPPY CAT
  • Gender & Breed Female Unknown (Spayed)
  • Age Young Adult
  • Colour Black
  • Marks & Scars She is all black with grey in her ears
  • Tagged Unknown
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 28 May 2021
  • Where Lost Hull, bransholme area
  • Lost In Region North East
  • Lost In Post Area HU7
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info
  • Phone 1 07939227543
  • Phone 2 07932584178
  • Listed By Beki
  • Views 246
  • Alerts Sent 37
  • POPPY CATPoster Image
  • POPPY CATExtra Image


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Thanks Jenkins. The most common two reasons why a cat goes missing is either they are trapped in some outbuilding, or someone is feeding them. Albeit they haven`t climbed into a vehicle. Remember too that cats can smell scent from quite distance away. And thanks, Andy. As you say you never know. Paws xd.
There is a young black cat which has been visiting our home daily for meals. We have 5 cats ourselves, so food and dreamers are always left outside. However, she has been doing it for the past month so I don't think it's her but if you live close by then it may be her. Dorchester Rd HU7, there is a playground, next to this park, there are some very tall thin trees bunched close together, she is often running in those trees and walking around the houses. Just a thought but I hope you find her soon. Last edited: 2021-06-01 23:51:30 by Andy
DogLostJenkins - Administrator
Check all outbuildings including empty houses, and cellars THOROUGHLY as some cats will hide in or behind an object within especially if timid. Cats can stay very still, and quiet in certain circumstances. They are renowned for it. Bear in mind too that cats have very flexible spines which rotates, so they can squeeze into very small spaces (About 2"/3" wide 7/7.5cm) So has she managed to climb into a partially opened window, and is now trapped? Exit can be difficult; depends on the drop. Check trees; any deckings too. Empty contents of the hoover onto the garden as her scent will be there; litter tray contents too. PLEASE DO NOT leave the litter box/tray out as other cats may use it, and it could confuse, and upset the cat. Put some tuna/sardines or chicken in her dish, and call him; night/early morning is best. Rattle some treats too. (Just because you can`t see a cat, it doesn`t mean they aren`t around) Place her UNWASSHED blanket into a clean container along with your scent too. Leave in the garden in a sheltered spot, or hang on the washing line if dry; used towels too. Wipe her scent on your garden fences, gates, doors too; anything leading up to the garden. Try a squeaky toy as it may attract her attention. Take a good walk around the area, holding an object with her scent on, and rattle some Dreamies, someone maybe feeding her. (Common problem). When it`s nightfall, and you are searching use a strong torch as the light will reflect a cats eyes. Poster around the area, and post flyers through doors too. If possible post in shops; post offices too. And is there a dominant cat in the area? As sometimes they will chase a less confident cat out of their own territory. And the chased cat will not return until they think it`s "Safe" enough for them to do so. Post a LOST CAT ad in a National newspaper in case she has climbed into a vehicle. which isn`t that uncommon for cats to do.
DogLostJenkins - Administrator
Beki please be aware there are scam callers demanding money, they will claim they have your dog / cat.
Please report these calls to the police and also email any details to stolen@doglost.co.uk quoting your Poppy's name and ID 167124.
Sorry to see that POPPY CAT is missing.
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