LOST CAT: Blue Ragdoll cat [name withheld] - Banbury area, Oxfordshire

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Name: [Name Withheld]
Breed & Species: Ragdoll cat
Colour: Blue
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Went missing: 7 months ago
(26 February 2022 at around 17:00hrs)
Location: Howard Road, Banbury OX16 4RA, UK
Health: Injured or unwell
Age: 14 years old
Sex: Spayed Female
Collar: No
Microchipped: Yes
Markings: Black mark on head and on tail
Circumstances: She is an indoor scares cat. Only goes sometimes instead of using litter tray and then she runs back in straight away. She went out and completely disappeared. She has hyperthyroidism and eats all the time so she always comes back for food.
Our ref: PR82983
Posted on: 27 February 2022
Posted by: Sophia19Sophia19
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Howard Road, Banbury OX16 4RA, UK

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