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messagePossibly injured (black and brown) cat Tarbert Rdattachment
Posted by wellington June 29, 07:20PM

Today I have briefly seen a black and brown cat on Tarbert Road. It doesnít look visibly injured but does not seem well (is hunched over, fur is disturbed). Please let me know if it might be yours.

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messageRe: Possibly injured (black and brown) cat Tarbert Rd
Posted by LC 2019 July 01, 06:46PM

Thank you so much Wellington and people on Tarbert Road for your kindness yesterday regarding our lost cat Flower. We didn't get to see the cat on this post, we are not sure if it is Flower or not but will be putting up a separate post with her photos on. Fingers crossed we find her.

messageRe: Possibly injured (black and brown) cat Tarbert Rd
Posted by michelle7984 July 02, 07:38AM

Where is the cat now? Has anyone taken it to the vet?

messageRe: Possibly injured (black and brown) cat Tarbert Rdattachment
Posted by LC 2019 July 02, 12:42PM

Hi, I saw this cat late last night but couldn't catch it. I got close trying to give it some food but it is very scared and ran off.

Sadly this isn't my cat Flower but someone's lost pet. I will post these photos on the bauwow app and will keep checking animal search etc. that I have been using to find my cat.

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messageRe: Possibly injured (black and brown) cat Tarbert Rd
Posted by gracie July 02, 02:10PM

I have seen this cat for quite some time around the Tarbart rd/ glengarry rd area,I thought it belong to someone there as I always see it in the same place,I thought it was an older cat because itís back legs always look a bit stiff when it walks, I have tried to approach it but it always runs away.hopefully it does have an owner.

messageRe: Possibly injured (black and brown) cat Tarbert Rd
Posted by wellington July 02, 05:03PM

Thanks Gracie! I have never seen the cat so thought it might be lost but now you say itís been around for awhile I feel reassured that it is being looked after.

messageRe: Possibly injured (black and brown) cat Tarbert Rd
Posted by kiera July 02, 08:35PM

The fact that this cat is wary of people would indicate that it's more likely to be fending for itself than that it has a happy home. Added to that, Wellington is concerned that it doesn't look well and Gracie has commented that it has stiff legs. Wellington has indicated that it has unkempt fur, which is fairly typical of a cat which is living out, going under cars etc. I would say it appears to be a cat which isn't being looked after.

messageRe: Possibly injured (black and brown) cat Tarbert Rd
Posted by hpsaucey July 02, 08:53PM

kiera Wrote:
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> The fact that this cat is wary of people would
> indicate that it's more likely to be fending for
> itself than that it has a happy home. Added to
> that, Wellington is concerned that it doesn't look
> well and Gracie has commented that it has stiff
> legs. Wellington has indicated that it has unkempt
> fur, which is fairly typical of a cat which is
> living out, going under cars etc. I would say it
> appears to be a cat which isn't being looked
> after.

Got to agree! Took in a similar tabby last year. Bit less wary but similar state and def not looked after. If someone can would be lovely to see it checked over/ for microchip at vets.

HP

messageRe: Possibly injured (black and brown) cat Tarbert Rd
Posted by Brulysses July 03, 04:20PM

please contact Celia Hammond or Cat's Protection, they would def be able to help this poor thing.

messageRe: Possibly injured (black and brown) cat Tarbert Rdattachment
Posted by mutasmum July 08, 09:15AM

We have been missing our grey tabby for 3 months now. This could be him but it's hard to tell from the photos. I'm attaching a photo of our cat Muta. He's 5 years old but small so looks younger. He has a white neckerchief-shaped patch under chin. I can't see that on the photos of the Tarbert Rd cat because of the angles. I'm obviously anxious to know whether this is our cat, and if not that someone is looking after the poor thing. Did anyone contact Celia Hammond?

Many thanks for any help or info you can provide.

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messageRe: Possibly injured (black and brown) cat Tarbert Rd
Posted by wellington July 12, 08:30AM

Iíve just seen these messages but have not been able to find the cat again.


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