Author Topic: LOST - Young black & white/tuxedo cat in Swansea  (Read 2850 times)

Offline Fire Fox

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Re: LOST - Young black & white/tuxedo cat in Swansea
« Reply #6 on: February 27, 2010, 22:23:50 PM »
Try further afield. If your cat is not used to leaving a small area then goes a mile or two chasing a female in heat he could easily get lost - they can travel a long way with their hormones.
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Re: LOST - Young black & white/tuxedo cat in Swansea
« Reply #5 on: February 26, 2010, 18:26:50 PM »

Thanks for the replies. I hope the fact I raised another general thread (questioning male cats desire to leave home to mate) hasn't caused any inconvenience.

While I'm here at home I keep thinking about my poor Yoshi and it's pretty depressing. I've left posters in my window and local shop, as well as lamp posts. I've called up all my local vets too.

No problem at all   :hug:  :hug:
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Re: LOST - Young black & white/tuxedo cat in Swansea
« Reply #4 on: February 26, 2010, 17:56:39 PM »
Thanks for the replies. I hope the fact I raised another general thread (questioning male cats desire to leave home to mate) hasn't caused any inconvenience.

While I'm here at home I keep thinking about my poor Yoshi and it's pretty depressing. I've left posters in my window and local shop, as well as lamp posts. I've called up all my local vets too.

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Re: LOST - Young black & white/tuxedo cat in Swansea
« Reply #3 on: February 26, 2010, 17:04:50 PM »
Hope you find Yoshi but have seen that he is not neutered on your other thread and this means he could have travelled a long way hunting for girls.

The tips in the thread that janey has posted should be started asap and hope that some sees Yoshi soon.

The message is never give up hope  :hug:

I havent been to Llansamlet since last September. live about 12 miles from Carmarthen!

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Re: LOST - Young black & white/tuxedo cat in Swansea
« Reply #2 on: February 26, 2010, 16:58:14 PM »
Hi there, sorry to welcome you under such sad circumstances  :hug:

I don't know whether you've seen this advice it's helped many people find their lost cats: http://www.purrsinourhearts.co.uk/index.php/topic,305.0.html

hope you find Yoshi soon xx
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LOST - Young black & white/tuxedo cat in Swansea
« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2010, 16:46:33 PM »
Hi all.

I've recently posted this on the National Missing Pets site too. Wanted to post here too, and to join the forums and discuss the loss and hopefully finding my cat.

http://www.nationalpetregister.org/mp/20536.htm






MISSING IN BIRCHGROVE AND POSSIBLY LLANSAMLET AREA OF SWANSEA

My beloved male domestic cat Yoshi has been missing since Thursday 18th February 2010. He rarely fails to come home every day, after sleeping indoors every single night. He always responds to calling his name and recognises me as his owner.

Yoshi is a tuxedo-patterned cat, black with a white moustache, bib, belly and socks. He is wearing a green collar with a red outline, with a reflective pattern. This is a new collar and also has a green bell and a tag, however since it is so new, the tag unfortunately is blank.

Yoshi is an extremely friendly cat and loves the company of others, be it someone he knows, or a complete stranger. He always walks up to passers-by and follows them to the end of our road. He would always come back home and wait for food or to be allowed in to rest in his bed indoors.

He is a male cat and has not yet been neutered, I know that he is definitely sexually active at present and I am hoping that he is just courting a female at the moment. Although I am more worried that he may have been taken in by another family as he is so friendly, or even worried for the worst.

He is around 10-11 months old and definitely looks his age. He is youthful, playful, energetic and loves other people and other animals. He is NEVER a nasty cat, and would only bite to play.

He lives on GlanBran Rd in Birchgrove and I have only seen him go as far as the next 2 roads but no further.

If anyone has seen him around the last few days, please let me know ASAP! Or even if you have managed to take him in, please let me know ASAP! He's like a best friend and I'm missing him loads at the moment.

I will of course reward the finder, not just with a big thank you, but I promise I will give you something as a gift too.

Hoping to hear from someone really soon...

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