LOST CAT: chocolate brown Seal Pointed cat called Chicco - Dunstable area, Bedfordshire

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Chicco
Name: Chicco
Breed & Species: Seal Pointed cat
Colour: chocolate brown
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Went missing: 2 years ago
(22 May 2020 at around 08:00hrs)
Location: Spoondell, Dunstable LU6 3JE, UK
Health: Healthy
Age: 8 years old
Sex: Neutered Male
Collar: No
Microchipped: Not sure
Markings: dark chocolate brown tail ears on face
Circumstances: he was in the back garden last seen between 7-8am lying streched out at the top of the garden,very relaxed for about 30mins then moved to sit on a garden chair.heard a dog barking possibly two dogs one dog had run off from the owner,not definitely sure if one had come into the back garden as did not see but sounded close by a lloud bang heard against the wall of my house looked out of the window and chicco had gone,did not see him leave or what had happened.opened the back door and called his name the dog was moving off away still a lot of barking the owner was then calling the dogs name and heard me calling for chicco,said oh there must be a cat there and said chiccos name.i do not know if the owner had seen chicco,the dogs and owner then moved off away,the dogs becoming quieter,i did not see them at all.i think the dogs name was saskia or somthing similar but the name called definitely began with an s.my garden backs onto a slight hill with a wooded tree/bushes slope.then there is a grassed area and childrens play area.acrooss the road from there,back of our house,there is the dunstable downs.i did not see chicco leave and do not know if he was injured at all.my husband and i have searched but cannot find him no one else has seen him at all that i know of.
Other info: long haired cat white legs and white underneath/belly.dark caramel on his back lighter around the back of his neck beige to cream more white/cream ruff around the front of his neck
Our ref: PR61845
Posted on: 02 June 2020
Posted by: jlwhitejlwhite
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Hi just seen your post about your missing puss, I’m so sorry to hear your beautiful baby is missing. I saved this post as it has lots of helpful tips & gives ideas of types of sites you can look for and contact or help to find similar in your area. Make sure you speak to all animal rescue centres and keep in regular contact with them. When young puss cats go missing its because they are inquisitive & wander & don’t realise the dangers out there. So please make sure as many people as possible know that your baby is missing - it’s so very important to ask all neighbours to actually open & check inside all their sheds/garages/outbuildings and any empty properties being renovated - all too often cats manage to get locked inside. And when the weather is bad they take shelter & can’t get out. If you can be there when neighbours check, even better. So make sure as many people as possible in at least a 3 mile radius know to keep a look out. Checklist reads: Would recommend you: • Go out at quiet times of the day and night calling for your puss. This is the best time to hear any meows & if they are afraid they will probably only come out at night. • If puss escaped through a window or door, leave it open as much as possible (so long as it is safe to do so) as puss will likely try to get back in the way they got out. • Speak to all your neighbours, knock on doors in the surrounding roads/ streets again asking them to please OPEN all sheds, garages and outbuildings for a little while in case they are trapped inside & to give them a chance to escape. • Also check any nearby properties that are being refurbished/empty houses/allotments/cat hoarders/feeders. Are any neighbours on holiday.... ? Do also look at peoples windows, downstairs and upstairs, just in case they have been taken in as it does happen. • Emptying the contents of your Hoover in your garden, or putting puss bedding on the line, can also help as they may smell the familiar smells and young cats need a very strong scent to guide them home especially if they have been indoor cats. • Also put up posters and deliver leaflets, remember not everyone is on social media. Offer a reward on your leaflets/posters if you feel you want to but don't say how much • Maintain a high presence on social media feeds, keep sharing your puss’s picture, post anywhere & everywhere Use your puss cats photo as your profile picture. The links below may not be in your area but can be used to give ideas of the types of sites you can search for in your own area • Below are some suggested Facebook groups: https://www.facebook.com/CPBedfordLostFound/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/HarveysArmySouth/ https://www.facebook.com/StrayCatRescue https://www.facebook.com/homelesscatrescue/ • Search your garden and neighbours’ gardens regularly in case she is hiding under shrubs/hedges and inside and under sheds, they do this if they are injured. • Speak to ALL local vets, not just your own. Details of vets can be found here >>> http://www.cats.org.uk/bedford/vet-contact-details- • Notify local rescues such as Cats Protection and RSPCA. Your local Cats Protection can be contacted at [email protected]bedford.cats.org.uk • Details of all other local rescues can be found here >> http://www.catchat.org/index.php/cat-rescue-centres-bedfordshire • Also register her as missing on the following free websites: www.animalsearchuk.co.uk; www.nationalpetregister.org; www.petslocated.com and www.cataware.co.uk Further suggestions can be found on http://www.bedford.cats.org.uk/bedford/lost-and-fou o.uk; www.nationalpetregister.org; www.petslocated.com and www.cataware.co.uk Further suggestions can be found on http://www.bedford.cats.org.uk/bedford/lost-and-found Wishing you the very best of luck & hope your baby is home ASAP??

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