Forum Sponsors

www.circlepsychologypartners.co.uk

http://www.gardenia-gardens.com

www.no-flies.co.uk

Advertise here

The East Dulwich Forum
Which pubs, bars, restaurants and take-aways do you avoid?
messageBlack and White Cat (Green Collar)
Posted by DulwichFox July 28, 05:00PM

There is a Black and White Cat (Green Collar)that seems to of taken up residency in my back garden.
I'm on Ulverscroft Road and my garden backs on to Crystal Palace Road.

It sits mainly on my shed all of the day. Even when it is raining.
It never seems to go anywhere to eat ?? It is very thin. It does not Purr of Meow.

It stares vacantly into space and does not respond to noise. Not even the recent Thunder.
It does occasionally approach me and allows me to stroke its head and under its chin.

When it was very hot it found a place in the shade but lay there for hours. All day.
I do not know if it is ill. It has wondered into my house, had a nose around and left.

Anyone missing such a cat. ???

DulwichFox

messageRe: Black and White Cat (Green Collar)
Posted by hpsaucey July 28, 11:50PM

Sounds like the cat might need a bit of help. Can you take it to the vet on lordship lane to check for a chip? They’ll check it for free.

HP

messageRe: Black and White Cat (Green Collar)
Posted by hpsaucey July 29, 02:57PM

PS - could you post a piccie?

H

messageRe: Black and White Cat (Green Collar)
Posted by DulwichFox July 29, 05:54PM

Here you go..

cat

DulwichFox

ETA Piccy taken at 17.50 today. Disappeared last night, back at 10.00am ish this morning.
Just seems to like my garden.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was july 29, 05:58pm by DulwichFox.

messageRe: Black and White Cat (Green Collar)
Posted by tracymcdavis July 31, 11:37AM

Hi - Is he question mark still visiting you? He does look in a bit of a sorry state in that photo. Do you think he is a stray?
I'm at work in the mornings, but would be happy to come over one afternoon to see if we can get him to a vet (I can bring a carrier and can walk him over).

messageRe: Black and White Cat (Green Collar)
Posted by hpsaucey July 31, 01:16PM

tracymcdavis Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> Hi - Is he question mark still visiting you? He does look in
> a bit of a sorry state in that photo. Do you think
> he is a stray?
> I'm at work in the mornings, but would be happy to
> come over one afternoon to see if we can get him
> to a vet (I can bring a carrier and can walk him
> over).

Hi - also willing to help with this Tracy/DF if I can be of any use? Does look like he needs checking out by a vet poor thing! If needs re homing Celia Hammond better than RSPCA!

HP

messageRe: Black and White Cat (Green Collar)
Posted by yard July 31, 03:23PM

That is not a well, needs vetinary attention

messageRe: Black and White Cat (Green Collar)
Posted by DulwichFox July 31, 04:59PM

Cat has not been over today.

I think he lives on Crystal Palace rd. 184 or 176 ish

Thank you to all concerned.

I have Tracy's details. Will keep you all informed if cat returns.

I'm concerned something may of happened to its owner.

I'm sure it was a cat that used to visit me some years back.
It looks familliar but older.

DulwichFox.

messageRe: Black and White Cat (Green Collar)
Posted by DulwichFox July 31, 05:59PM

Cat has turned up at 5.45 and is in my garden / kitchen.

Seems ok. Cleaning itself.

Think the cooler weather might of helped.

DulwichFox.

messageRe: Black and White Cat (Green Collar)
Posted by DulwichFox August 01, 03:18PM

Cat has been in my garden all day.

Tracymcdavis has just been to see him/her.

She is happy cat is OK. Bit old and a bit thin
Tracy brought some Whiskers Filled pockets and a Sachet of Salmon which the cat seemed to enjoy.

Not sure if cat is being fed elsewhere. ??

DulwichFox

messageRe: Black and White Cat (Green Collar)
Posted by tracymcdavis August 01, 03:23PM

I've been over to see the cat this afternoon and I'm satisfied he's not a stray. That photo really didn't do him any favours though!

He's pretty old I would say so a little thin and frail - but clean, has a new collar, and the fact he goes somewhere else at night I think points to him going home. He just like's DF's sunny garden!

His eyes look really gummy in the photo but if so, they've been cleaned since then. He has a little scratch on his nose - but mine come in regularly with a lot worse.

DF - if you think his condition does get worse, you have my details, and I'm happy to take another look.

messageRe: Black and White Cat (Green Collar)
Posted by kiera August 02, 12:53AM

Thank you Tracy - the poor old cat certainly looked as though he was on his last legs in Foxy's photo. It's very good of you to have taken the trouble to investigate and report back.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was august 02, 12:54am by kiera.

messageRe: Black and White Cat (Green Collar)
Posted by hpsaucey August 02, 08:47PM

Aw - just posting to say thank you all for caring/updates on the cat. Glad to hear it's OK.

HP


Back to top of page
Sorry, only registered users may post in this forum.
Donate                   Terms of use                  Help & FAQs                   Advertise               RSS rss feed               Copyright 2006 - 2018 East Dulwich Forum