Have you seen these lost cats in Norwich?

Have you seen these missing cats?

Have you seen these missing cats? - Credit: Archant

Each week we will be highlighting some missing cats from around the city, in the hope that they will be returned to their owners.

Can you help find these missing cats in Norwich?

Teasel

Teasel went missing on April 14, from York Street in Norwich. Teasel is quite a small girl, is neutered and microchipped. Her family are desperate for news of their girl.

Teasel has gone missing

Teasel has gone missing - Credit: Archant


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Oscar

Oscar went missing since November 2015 from Long Stratton. Oscar is a lilac pointed British Shorthair and he is neutered and microchipped. He is believed to have been stolen so could now be anywhere, but his family haven't given up hope of finding him one day.

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George

George went missing on August 8 2017 from Little Plumstead. George is a lovely fluffy grey boy who is neutered and microchipped. His family still miss him very much.

Oscar has gone missing

Oscar has gone missing - Credit: Archant

Mouse

Mouse went missing May 2015 from Phillippa Flowerday Plain in Norwich. She is a very distinctive tortoiseshell and is neutered and microchipped. Her family still miss her very much.

Penny

Penny went missing since April 5 from the Bracken Road area of Thetford. Penny is neutered, microchipped and was wearing a pink and black collar. Her family are desperate for any news.

George has gone missing

George has gone missing - Credit: Archant

If you have seen any of these cats, please email mariah.feria@archant.co.uk 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.

Mouse has gone missing

Mouse has gone missing - Credit: Archant

Penny has gone missing

Penny has gone missing - Credit: Archant

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