|Posted on Saturday, 18 June, 2005 - 02:01 pm: |
Young adult cat found in Ewelme Road.
If you have lost a cat or know someone who has, please respond on this website with description of animal lost, etc as I want to be certain of ownership before handing it over.
Possibly from Ewelme Road/Benson Road/Devonshire Road/Honor Oak Road/Woodcombe Crescent/Westwood Park/The Fieldings/Manor Mount.- etc etc- you know, everywhere.
|Posted on Monday, 20 June, 2005 - 09:43 pm: |
I don't know this cat, but I think it is very sweet of you to make this sort of effort for it.
|Posted on Tuesday, 21 June, 2005 - 08:57 pm: |
There were a number of posters along Davids Road and Waldenshaw saying that a young cat had gone missing. Could this be the cat you have found?
|Posted on Wednesday, 22 June, 2005 - 01:35 pm: |
I see you describe it on your poster as a "wonderful creature". It's obviously made quite an impression on you. What stuff does it do? Finders keepers anyway, I say.
|Posted on Saturday, 25 June, 2005 - 11:00 pm: |
It is just really cute. It is currently asleep on a pile of our clothes.
Are the posters on Davids/Waldenshaw still there?
|Posted on Saturday, 02 July, 2005 - 08:36 pm: |
There are posters still in Manor Mount but they are for a black and white male cat, so if yours does not match this I think you have a new cat:-)
|Posted on Sunday, 03 July, 2005 - 08:18 pm: |
my black female cat went missing at the end of May/beginning of June when we went away for a week. A friend was staying and looking after the cats. Our cat is about four years old, short black hair with a red collar which has a magnetic cat flap tag. Her name is Molly and her daughter still lives with us. We live towards the London Road end of Honor Oak Road. Please confirm whether our cat has adopted you
|Posted on Wednesday, 06 July, 2005 - 09:58 pm: |
Sorry Patrick, but the cat we've found doesn't match Molly's description.
I do hope you manage to find her. Good Luck!
|Posted on Tuesday, 12 July, 2005 - 09:58 pm: |
I saw a black and white cat from the train yesterday afternoon. It was in the long grass just before Honor Oak Station, on the up-track side, somewhere near the nature reserve I think. It looked healthy and was just strolling about.
|Posted on Monday, 18 July, 2005 - 11:58 am: |
For future reference, I inherited a cat recently and he came complete with embedded microchip which is supposed to help me find him if he goes missing. Fortunately I haven't had to make use of the service as yet, so I can't comment on its efficacy, however it seems like a good idea on principle. It's a joint initiative of the Kennel Club and the RSPCA. APPARENTLY it doesn't hurt to have it put in, but I don't suppose it's much fun either. www.petlog.org.uk / 0870 6066751 for more info...