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messageFOUND...Tabby cat Cheetah AWOL (again)attachment
Posted by AdrianB September 02, 08:13AM

Our large, darkish tabby cat Cheetah (who went missing for 8 weeks this very time last year) hasn't been seen since Sunday 1st Sept late afternoon. He lives in Fellbrigg Road. He's wearing a blue collar and is vocal and friendly. Since he was found last time (in Henslowe Road) he has never been away from home for more than an hour at a time, so this is unusual. Please check sheds or locked places, and contact us if you've seen him. Many thanks. Tel: 07788 414791.



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messageRe: FOUND...Tabby cat Cheetah AWOL (again)
Posted by AdrianB September 02, 12:00PM

Update: Cheetah has been found. He was crying/yowling near Goodrich School (quite a way from Fellbrigg!) and some very kind people at the school took him in and looked after him until I got there. Many thanks to them.



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messageRe: FOUND...Tabby cat Cheetah AWOL (again)
Posted by Froglander September 03, 10:41PM

Can you put a tracker on him?

messageRe: FOUND...Tabby cat Cheetah AWOL (again)
Posted by AdrianB September 04, 03:18PM

Froglander - yes, we're thinking of doing this. Any recommendations for good, lightweight trackers?

messageRe: FOUND...Tabby cat Cheetah AWOL (again)
Posted by Froglander September 08, 08:22PM

AdrianB Wrote:
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> Froglander - yes, we're thinking of doing this.
> Any recommendations for good, lightweight
> trackers?



I donít have any recommendations for a tracker. You could put it as @ question in the Lounge. Do you keep him in at night?

messageRe: FOUND...Tabby cat Cheetah AWOL (again)
Posted by bcam September 09, 03:33PM

Most compact and radio wave based rather than GPS
[www.amazon.co.uk]

Some of these are a little chunky, but they work well

[mytabcat.com]
[tractive.com]


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