- Pet's name: Zucco
- Reward: £400
- Primary cat breed: Domestic Shorthair
- Gender: Male
- Your phone number: 07460 254787
- Your email address: email@example.com
- Suburb: Nottinghamshire
- State: UK
- Date lost: 20th August 2019
- Zip/Postal Code: NG17 9FQ
- Listed: February 2, 2020 8:48 am
- Expires: This ad has expired
Zucco is a Tabby and White neutered male, with a white chest, belly, both back legs and all 4 paws.
One whisker pouch is white.
He is completely toothless.
He’s approx. 8 years old but we cannot say for sure as he was a stray when he came to us.
He occasionally suffers with a split lower lip.
He walks with a limp.
Has little tears along the edge of each ear.
He was wearing a silver reflective collar with a large green bell, although this may have disappeared.
He is micro chipped, although microchips can occasionally fail.
Zucco went missing the morning of Tuesday 20th August 2019, from a small town on the Nottinghamshire / Derbyshire border.
Please join Facebook group “Zucco missing from NG17” to monitor any search progress, thank you.
We miss him so much, there is a large, cold, empty, cat-shaped hole on my lap and in our lives.
There is a £400 reward for any information that leads to his safe return.
He went out into the back garden of our home on Cricket Close, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire at 8:30am and disappeared. We have not seen him since.
It’s possible, but unlikely that he may have boarded a delivery wagon or hitched a lift with an unsuspecting neighbour, so could, in essence, be anywhere.
He is one of several local cats that went missing within a week of each other, only one of which returned after having been shot with an air rifle.
Cats don’t just disappear, they wander around then come home when they’re hungry.
Has your neighbour taken in a timid tabby cat lately. He will have been hungry and unable to feed on prey with no teeth.
If he’s been hit by your car, we need to know. We understand accidents happen, but hiding him, leaving him in the bushes or at the side of the road, or putting him in a wheelie bin doesn’t help the family waiting for him to come home.
Please ring your local Animal Shelter or the Council and they can collect and scan him for microchips.
If you or someone you know has taken him for Dog Baiting or for your own sadistic pleasure, I hope you either grow a conscience and report it, or rot in hell, the choice is yours!
Please, please, please get in touch. We love him & miss him terribly.
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