Missing cat (updated)

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Please help !

We have lost our cat (called 'Scampi') this afternoon. She seems to have wandered off in the Matthews Way / Moorfields Avenue area.
This is very unusual as she normally stays within our garden and is an exceptionally shy and nervous cat.

She is a tortoiseshell / tabby cross with bright white fur on her chin and chest. She is about 5 years old.

She is microchipped with the name 'Gemma' as her original registered name, though she will not answer to this name.

Please could people check their sheds / garages as Scampi loves to hide away from people she doesn't know. Please can you help as we are very worried about her...

Many thanks
Peter Oxley

Email: peteroxley13@gmail.com">peteroxley13@gmail.com
Phone: 01270 811994

Updated News — Scampi is found.

Peter and Marina would like to thank everyone who helped them in finding Scampi. She has now been grounded!



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