LOST CAT: Smokey Black DevonRex cat called Dylan - Hornsey area, Haringey

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Dylan
Name: Dylan
Breed & Species: DevonRex cat
Colour: Smokey Black
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Went missing: 3 months ago
(28 August 2021 at around 18:00hrs)
Location: Albany Road, London N4 4RJ, UK
Health: Healthy
Age: 13 years old
Sex: Neutered Male
Collar: No
Microchipped: Yes
Markings: He has a lump under his chin on the left
Circumstances: Dylan is mainly a house cat who occasionally goes into the garden. After eating we let our dog out and he must have gone out too, he went into the garden next door and must have got into a fight and was scared off. His collar was found there.
Other info: He is a small light grey cat and will eat anything
Our ref: PR78387
Posted on: 14 September 2021
Posted by: OpticalchrisOpticalchris
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Albany Road, London N4 4RJ, UK

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PetWatch™ follow up reminder scheduled for 21 September 2021
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Local Vets and Rescue Centres reminder scheduled for 21 September 2021
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Babs01
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IMPORTANT- WATCH SONYA FITZPATRICK ON YOUTUBE - HOW TO FIND YOUR LOST CAT https://www.catchat.org/index.php/cat-missing-lost-found#found https://www.battersea.org.uk/pet-advice/lost-and-found-cat-advice/lost-cat 1.Put familiar smells outside, bedding used litter tray, contents of hoover 2.Call softly late at night or early morning when quiet. IMPORTANT wait for a response, they may be close by, hiding under a hedge or somewhere that is sheltered 3.Check with neighbours, and Postie. 4.Make a poster with their photo, location lost, your contact details, put poster at eye level around your area, and give to neighbours 5.Make smaller posters to put through doors close to where they escaped from, as not everyone is online/on Facebook 6.Contact local vets, and animal rescues/shelters 7.Put on more Facebook sites, and share to all animal sites around you 8.Contact chip company, to alert them, & maybe update contact details 9.Also if there are any empty houses in the vicinity, check to see if they have a cat flap or an open window. 10. Notify council cleansing department JUST in case. Cats dont wander far normally, when they need to go searching for food, so leave biscuits and water nearby your home. The video advice from Sonya is very good as she says that some drops of your wee from a bottle, will also 'scent' your area. Look at satellite view on Google Map of where your cat could walk. See where there is a gap between buildings. Start a trail of wee in a water bottle from where gardens or courtyards border on to alleyways from the side of buildings, and then sprinkle along inside edge of pavement where a cat would spray all the way home. Choose different directions, each time walking home with empty bottle calling louder when you start your return journey and quieter as you near home to make scent and sound the leading influence on your hiding cat. As you are walking back home try not to sound anxious as you call, and wait for a reply, as he/she wont just run out to meet you if he/she feels afraid. Take a toy on some string to lure him/her out from hedges. Never call as you walk AWAY from home. Join ALL if not back soon - AnimalSearchUK.co.uk PetsLocated.com PetsReunited.com NationalPetRegister.org CatLost.com Go on NEXTDOOR.co.uk When putting posters up - please please - keep track of how many posters you display, and WHERE, and so as soon as you are reunited then every one is removed. General advice in catching a fearful cat - NOT to approach when bending forwards with arms and hands outstretched. NOT staring directly at a fearful cat, showing teeth when smiling and constantly repeating name. Not walking directly towards a cat. Best way - sit/lie down, with scattered worn clothes in front/all around. Food left nearby - preferably in a trap. Talking quietly, no noise nearby, keeping dogs or children or spectators at a real distance to avoid distractions. I hope you see video, and please study (and draw a copy of) google map, to see where to make a trail of wee. Always be walking BACK TOWARDS HOME, talking HAPPILY AND CALMLY, rather than repeating the name, as cats get nervous if you just do this, and wait for a meow in response to your happy voice. Don’t stick posters up with JUST one or two inch pieces of sellotape top and bottom, as they will be fluttering in the breeze - and so so easy to remove by the council or kids. Go round a few times, and use a plastic sleeve with open end downwards to keep paper dry xx
Babs01
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Any news? xx
Opticalchris
Opticalchris
No news, we think he is in the Mountview/Ridge Road Weston Park arae after a positive sighting.
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Opticalchris
No news, we think he is in the Mountview/Ridge Road Weston Park arae after a positive sighting.
Opticalchris
Opticalchris
We are thinking he must have found someone to look after him who may be unaware he is missing
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