LOST CAT: Tabby cat called Smokie - Torquay area, Devon

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Smokie
Name: Smokie
Breed & Species: Domestic long-haired cat
Colour: Tabby
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Went missing: 4 years ago
(29 March 2018 at around 08:00hrs)
Location: Cornacre Close, Torquay TQ2 6JY, UK
Health: Healthy
Age: 5 years old
Sex: Neutered Male
Collar: Blue
Microchipped: Yes
Markings: He has a very long fluffy tail
Circumstances: Smokie went out as normal after his breakfast and hasn't come home.
Our ref: PR38528
Posted on: 12 April 2018
Posted by: AbbeysamiAbbeysami
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Cornacre Close, Torquay TQ2 6JY, UK

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Many cats that go missing have got into a delivery van or car and hitched a lift to their next port of call. Maybe as it has been a while, you could call all the local delivery agents that you normally see around and ask if they had a delivery in your road around the day Smokie went missing. Most vans use gps now and can say exactly where they went each day. A local cat got into a van and jumped out at a care home a couple of miles away after medications were delivered there. A friend noticed a poster on their gates and told the cat's owners. He had been regularly fed by the care home people and they were actively looking for his family. Make posters/fliers and put them up anywhere and everywhere (eg stuck to telegraph poles and similar). Stick one in the back window of your car. Local shops, post office, pub, local primary schools (small children are incredibly observant) anywhere really. Ask local vets to display a copy. Speak to local postman and dog walkers to ask them to TELL you if they see your cat. Consider printing off enough fliers to put them through people’s letterboxes down your street and in the area. Not everybody is on social media. If there are any distinctive physical conditions or characteristics about your cat, make sure you feature them prominently in any fliers, online appeals, etc. Alert all vets in the area and give them a description of your cat. Ask local vets to display a poster of your missing cat. Even if your cat is chipped, not all vets routine scan for a chip!!! Chips can also fail or migrate to anywhere in your cat. Ring the RSPCA/cats protection and any rescues in the area as any of these places may end up with him so best to give them a description too. Again, not all rescue centres routinely scan a cat for a chip You could also try doglost.co.uk - they look for all animals, not just dogs. Really hope Smokie comes home soon, thinking of you.
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Sorry that Smokie isn't home yet... never give up hope - with a chip you could get that phone call from a vet at any time. Until then, stay vigilant, keep up his profile in the area - put 'still missing' on the notices/flyers. Someone may be feeding him, or have adopted him thinking him a stray...
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Any news on Smokie?
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Abbeysami
No sadly still missing

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