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Have you seen these missing cats in Norwich?

PUBLISHED: 13:20 18 May 2018 | UPDATED: 13:20 18 May 2018

Have you seen these missing cats?

Have you seen these missing cats?

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?

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Nancy

Nancy has been missing since May 8 from Buxton Road in Aylsham. She hasn’t come home and her owner is extremely worried about her and is desperate for news. She is neutered and microchipped.

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Sergio

Sergio has been missing since November 6, 2014, from Dilham. He has been missing a long time but his family haven’t given up hope of seeing him again. He is neutered and microchipped and would now be around 5 yrs old.

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Muddle

Muddle has been missing since May 12 from Garvestone. The lovely Muddle is 13 yrs old and is neutered and microchipped. His owners have been searching for him, so if you have seen him please get in touch.

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Honey

Honey has been missing since May 12 from Mile Cross in Norwich. Honey is neutered and microchipped and her family miss her very much.

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Lola

Missing since April 26 from Palmer Road in Norwich. Lola is quite a small girl and is quite shy. Her family miss her dreadfully and want her home safe. She is neutered and microchipped.

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.


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