Have you seen these lost cats in Norwich?
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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?
Jack has been missing since October 7, 2017. He went missing from the Wroxham Road area of Sprowston. Jack is a British Short Hair with big amber eyes. He is neutered and microchipped. His family missing him very much.
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Tom has been missing since February 28 from Skinners Lane, Wroxham. He is very fluffy. Tom is 4 years old, neutered and chipped. He never usually goes far so his family are very worried about him.
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Gaston has been missing since May 2015 from Thorpe End. He is a half-Norwegian Forest cat. Gaston is quite a big cat and he is grey and white, with very long fur. He is neutered and chipped and still missed by his loving family.
Clooney has been missing since June 13, 2013. He disappeared from his home in Hemblington, believed to have been stolen. He is a large Seal Point Siamese who is neutered and microchipped. His family will never stop looking for him.
Teddy has been missing since September 2017, from Newton St Faiths. He is neutered and his family desperately want him home again.
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