Lost: Brown Bengal - Black Spots Cat Male In North West (WN2)

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  • Dog ID 97836
  • Status Lost
  • Registered 27 Jan 2016
  • Name SIMBA
  • Gender & Breed Male Cat (Neutered)
  • Age
  • Colour Brown Bengal - Black Spots
  • Marks & Scars no tail
  • Tagged No
  • Microchipped Yes
  • Tattooed Unknown
  • Date Lost 26 Jan 2016
  • Where Lost from home WN2 1EJ. New Springs / Aspull Area of Wigan
  • Lost In Region North West
  • Lost In Post Area WN2
  • Date Reunited
  • Other Info 8 year old brown bengal with black spots - no tail. SIMBA
  • Listed By ddickson246
  • Views 1376
  • SIMBAPoster Image
  • SIMBAExtra Image


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As Simba is neutered probably not too far away. Put some tuna in his dish, and keep calling him; night or early morning is best. Shake some treats too. Use something with his scent on such as his blanket/bedding, and place in a clean container, along with something with your scent on too. Leave in the garden in a sheltered spot. Wipe his scent on all your garden fences (Inside, and out), and gates too. Try this too; open a TIN of cat food with door wide open as the sound of the opener , and smell of food may help bring him home. BE AWARE THAT SOME PEDIGREE CATS ARE BEING STOLEN IN SOME PARTS OF THE COUNTRY Put "Lost" posters through doors, and ask around. Also therr is a site called Catchat which has many more tips on how to find your lost cat. Just google Catchat lost cats. Hope Simba is home soon. Paws xd. Last edited: 2016-01-28 09:12:08
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