DetailsSPLOSH was last seen Friday 23rd April 2010, St Georges Day, returning from the allotments at Littleworth, Worcester WR5 2QG
He sometimes stays out for the odd night but is never far away from his home.
We are aware of foxes in the area, chickens have been attacked, weedkiller is in use, a neighbours cat has also disappeared and that lambs nearby have been shot with pellets - however, we are keeping an open mind as he did seem a bit off-colour and more nervous than usual if caught unaware.
Contact UsAny sightings / info contact:
Jo or Chris on 01905 821590
or e mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
LinksWe would like to thank and recommend the following in our search for SPLOSH :
Evesham Cats Protection
Worcester Cats Protection
Norton Notice Board
National Pet Register
Lost Your Pet Net
A Missing Pet
Animal Search UK
Missing statistics logged at this site since 23 APRIL as at 14 JULY
Worcestershire - Contact ListsVeterinary Surgeries
Animal Welfare Centres/Agencies
We have concentrated on certain areas mindful of the natural barriers the M5, A38 and river Severn present.
Local Farmers and Growers WR5 - WR10
DescriptionYoung male 4 1/2 years old, short haired pale ginger stripes, lean build, white nose, chest, belly and paws.
His ears are very pink.
SPLOSH has a very long tail which has white hoops at the end.
SPLOSH also has a ginger triangle/half moon shaped patch on his chest.
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Chris and Jo would like to thank everyone for all the kindness shown during this difficult time.