Lost: Black And Brown Tortoise Shell Tabby Unknown Female In South East (BR3)

  • Dog ID 168475
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 26 Jul 2021
  • Name ROSIE CAT
  • Gender & Breed Female Unknown (Neutered)
  • Age Elderly
  • Colour Black and brown tortoise shell tabby
  • Marks & Scars Black mark where bridge of nose meets nose pad.
  • Tagged No
  • Microchipped No
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 19 Jul 2021
  • Where Lost Went out catflap at home in beckenham and not returned.
  • Lost In Region South East
  • Lost In Post Area BR3
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Friendly and chatty 15 years old.
  • Phone 1 07940203314
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By LouG
  • Views 687
  • Alerts Sent 433
  • ROSIE CATPoster Image
  • ROSIE CATExtra Image


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Thank you for the advice. I have had surgery on my foot amd can’t walk or drive right now so Rosie is on lots of social media groups. Thank you for all your advice.
Millys Mum
Please could all DogLost Helpers in the Beckenham BR post codes and nearby SE14 and SE26 PLEASE look out for Rosie. LouG have you posted mini flyers through all nearby doors and nearby roads for those people who do not drive or are preferring to stay mostly at home? Also you might like to change your poster to say STILL MISSING to bring peoples’s attention to the fact that Rosie still isn’t home. When our cat was missing we put up around 100 Missing posters and hand delivered flyers to all surrounding roads. We eventually found our cat tripping up the pathway of the Sloane Hospital in Albemarle Road. Hope it won’t be long until Rosie is back home with you.Last edited: 2021-09-16 00:07:32 by Millys Mum
Yes. Rosie is still missing. Please stay vigilant people.
Millys Mum
Sad to see that Rosie is still missing from the Beckenham (Kent) area despite 648 views. However, keeping everything crossed here in Beckenham that Rosie will be found very soon. Where is this beautiful tabby girl? Someone must know or spotted a tabby girl with white markings in their road or passing through their garden.
DogLostJayne - Admin Nationwide
Further alerts sent out to postcodes requested by owner.
Millys Mum
I have suggested that Rosie’s worried owner, LouG contacts DL Admin to request that further emails are sent to nearby postal codes, as per her post below.

PS - LouG you will need to also contact DogLost Admin as they are not able to monitor every post and so may miss your request. Fingers crossed.Last edited: 2021-09-01 20:00:40 by Millys Mum
Rosie is still missing. There have been sightings of her in se26, se14 and Br1. Please spread the word far and wide.
DogLostSharon - Social Media Volunteer
Details shared to DogLost.co.uk Facebook Group X
DogLostJenkins - Administrator
LouG ...you have probably tried most of this but here are a few tips ....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.
DogLostJulie - Area Co-ordinator - Surrey & South London
Shared to Dog Lost South London FB page
Thank you for your help and support. If there is Anyone in Turners meadow by the spa in Beckenham on here please keep your eyes peeled. I’ve stuck missing posters etc and there has been a sighting of a tabby cat. I went but to no avail. :(
Millys Mum
Thank you Jenkins for forwarding the scam alert email (such horrible people for making a bad situation worse). LouG - I’m so pleased to see that you have now managed to register Rosie’s missing details on Dog!ost. It was me who had suggested it via our local Beckenham Appreciation Facebook group and hope that Rosie will now become the best known and ‘hottest tabby girl in town’. I know that you have been doing all that you can to find your much-loved family cat and so hope that by registering on here it will help DL Helpers to spread the word and report any possible sightings (possibly from a little further afield) if Rosie has hopped inside a supermarket delivery van or a tradespersons vehicle and then hopped out elsewhere. I received my email alert from DogLost this morning. Fingers crossed and good luck in finding her!Last edited: 2021-07-26 11:43:58 by Millys Mum
DogLostJenkins - Administrator
I will email scam alert.
Sorry to see that ROSIE CAT is missing.
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