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Can you help find these missing cats in Norfolk?

PUBLISHED: 11:48 08 July 2018 | UPDATED: 11:48 08 July 2018

Have you seen these missing cats? (Images: Lost & Found Cats Norwich)

Have you seen these missing cats? (Images: Lost & Found Cats Norwich)

Archant

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

Have you seen missing Yellow? (Image: Lost & Found Cats Norwich)Have you seen missing Yellow? (Image: Lost & Found Cats Norwich)

Can you help find these missing cats in Norwich?

Yellow

Missing since May 29 from Old Costessey. Yellow is neutered, microchipped and very friendly. His family miss him and want him home.

Have you seen missing Samson? (Image: Lost & Found Cats Norwich)Have you seen missing Samson? (Image: Lost & Found Cats Norwich)

Samson

Missing since November 2017 from the Whispering Oaks area of Wymondham. Samson is 15 years old, neutered and a much loved boy. His family desperately want him home with them again.

Polo

Missing since June 9 from the Blue Boar Lane area of Sprowston. Polo is neutered and microchipped and her family are desperate to find her.

Have you seen missing Polo? (Image: Lost & Found Cats Norwich)Have you seen missing Polo? (Image: Lost & Found Cats Norwich)

Cecil

Missing since June 19 from the Catton Grove area of Norwich. Cecil has only lived in this area for a week, so doesn’t know his way around yet. He is microchipped, neutered and has a fused section at the end of his tail. His family are desperate to find him.

Filomena

Missing since June 28 from the Westfield Road area of Brundall. Filomena is new to the area and very timid. She is microchipped, neutered and missing the very top of one ear. Her family is very worried about her would be grateful for any information.

Have you seen missing Cecil? (Image: Lost & Found Cats Norwich)Have you seen missing Cecil? (Image: Lost & Found Cats Norwich)

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.

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