Have you seen these missing cats in Norfolk?
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Each week we will be highlighting some missing cats from around the city amd county, in the hope that they will be returned to their owners.
Can you help find these missing cats in Norfolk?
Bacardi has only been missing since around 10pm on April 12, but she is blind so needs to be found quickly. If anyone in the Earlham Green Lane area sees Bacardi please get in touch urgently. She is 10 yrs old, has deformed front legs and is completely blind.
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Mimi has been missing since April 1 from the Barracks Estate, Gt Yarmouth. She is a very petite girl, although only 4 yrs old, and is neutered and microchipped. Her family miss her very much.
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Oscar has been missing since March 2015 from Waddington Street, Norwich. Oscar would now be 8 yrs old. He is neutered and microchipped. His family would love to have him home again.
Simba has been missing since December 10 2016 from Salhouse. Simba is a straight haired Selkirk Rex and is neutered and microchipped. His family still miss him very much and just want him home.
Kitty has been missing since November 17 2015 from Hellesdon. Kitty is neutered, microchipped and very fluffy. Her family will never give up hope of seeing her again one day.
If you have seen any of these cats, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/message 07918 738437. Alternatively you can message us on Facebook or Twitter.
For more information about other missing cats in the area, visit Lost and Found Cats in Norwich on Facebook, here.