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?
Tazzy has been missing since September 2015 from the Dussindale area of Thorpe St Andrew. She may have hitched a ride on a Barnardo's van to Aylsham Road. Tazzy would be nine years old now and is microchipped. She also has a slightly shorter than average tail. Her family miss her very much.
Charlie was last seen May 2017 on Rockland St Mary. He is a large Norwegian forest cat with a very fluffy mane and tail. Charlie is neutered and microchipped and his family desperately want him home.
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Kitten has been missing since January 19 from Albany Road. She is 7 years old, neutered but not microchipped. Her family recently moved house, so she is unfamiliar with the area.
Billy was last seen on March 12 at Earlham Road/Colman Road, near the police station. He rarely goes far from home so his family are very worried about him. He is neutered and microchipped.
Koda has been missing since October 21 from Brundall. He is a very vocal and striking Bengal who is neutered and microchipped. His family miss him very much.
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.