Lost: Cross Mau Bengal Cat Female In North East (S70)

  • Dog ID 72029
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 17 Jul 2014
  • Name SAFFRON
  • Gender & Breed Female Cat (Spayed)
  • Age Adult
  • Colour cross Mau Bengal
  • Marks & Scars
  • Tagged No
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 22 Apr 2014
  • Where Lost Went missing from Corporation Street, Barnsley, S70 4PQ She was being cared for in the home of a friend of the owner while she was abroad and therefore went missing in an area unfamiliar to her.
  • Lost In Region North East
  • Lost In Post Area S70
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info Saffron may be trying to get back to her home area of Lundwood, Barnsley, S71, or may have been befriended by someone. If you have seen this cat or know of anyone who has acquired a similar cat in your area since mid-April please contact her owner who is desperate for news. Reward for safe return. Facebook group: Help find saffron the Barnsley cat: http://goo.gl/qCtjfI
  • Phone 1 07568 386061
  • Phone 2
  • Listed By Captain
  • Views 3473
  • SAFFRONPoster Image
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Still Missing, Still Loved, Still Searching...
Please watch and share https://youtu.be/Bo0PCUXn8-g
#HelpFindSaffron Still #SearchingForSaffron
Still Missing, Still Loved, Still Searching...
Please watch and share https://youtu.be/Bo0PCUXn8-g
#HelpFindSaffron Still #SearchingForSaffron
RSPCA Crewe and Nantwich facebook page posting.

This cat has been found and handed into a local vet. She is a Bengal. We think she is lost. She is micro-chipped but her first owners had sold her on and the trail has gone cold.

If you think you know her, please phone Pam on 01270 811 013.

There is now a Thunderclap for Saffron - http://thndr.it/1zPuc1g Please support by: STEP 1 : CLICK ON PHOTO OR LINK
STEP 3 : CLICK ON ADD MY SUPPORT and share. No sightings since she was lost so needs as many supporters as possible even though 100 already obtained.
Sorry Saffron is still missing. I would ask libraries, shops, post offices etc if you could put up posters. Paws xd.
Will re-share her to Pup's page again tomorrow and got everything crossed the paper article will help to get her found x

You stay safe little girl and be home soon xx
bumped page due to being in the paper
Saffron is still missing. Word has been spread via social networking website Facebook with appeals on local and national missing pet groups and Saffron’s own Facebook page - Help find saffron the Barnsley cat. Saffron also has a Facebook help group - Help Find Saffron, a Twitter account @HelpFindSaffron and a “Saffron” video has been put onto YouTube - http://goo.gl/DA5qIf

In July Saffron’s owner walked the whole route from where Saffron went missing to her normal permanent home putting up additional posters along the way. She is now planning to hand deliver 5,000 leaflets to homes in the area in the hope that someone may have seen Saffron or knows where she is. If anyone can offer her any help with leaflet delivery please contact her.

The Barnsley Chronicle contacted her owner yesterday and want to do an article about Saffron which would be wonderful in helping to increase awareness.

Please continue to share, reshare and tweet for this beautiful girl. Her owner is devastated and ill with worry at her loss.
Try some of the tips on Suzie`s page (Cat) Ref; 72039
Already shared this beautiful girl but will reshare her with so many hopes you will get her home soon xx
Gino - Administrator, Head Office
Alerts sent to helpers in S70,71,72,73,74,75.
Sorry to see that SAFFRON is missing.
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