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Tuesday 9 August 2011 12.48pm
A bit of a long shot but our cat has gone missing.

We live on The Grange and our cat was last spotted on the roof of 10 The Grange which is a 3 storey building on Sunday (7th) Evening.

It could have jumped down to one of the balconies but we have spoken to the residents of the flats and no one has seen him.

His name is Oscar and he is a Bengal Cat with brown spots. He is not used to going out except on a lead so unlikely to find his way back. And we live on the fourth floor so without a key fob and ability to go through fire doors he will struggle.

We're very upset that he is missing and would be grateful if you could call us, Battersea Dogs and Cats helpline or Andrew Kirby Vets if you see him.

We are offering a large reward.

Many thanks


07977 136888
Tuesday 9 August 2011 12.50pm
Tuesday 9 August 2011 1.01pm
It's worth registering your loss on these 2 websites...

Site 1

Site 2

Hope you find him.
Tuesday 9 August 2011 1.06pm
Can you post a colour photo here (really hope you get puss back)
Tuesday 9 August 2011 9.10pm

Thank you to every one who sent messages and tweeted this.

Massive impact and found Oscar who was relieved to see us.

Taken him to the vets that confirm that he has no borken bones despite leaving the roof of a three storey building. He has grazes and the roof of his mouth is sore. May have flu but now has antibiotics.

Many thanks to the kind lady that found my number and saw him running across the road near my flat.

Again thank you very much.

Darren and Rebecca
Tuesday 9 August 2011 9.57pm
Delighted to hear the good news. Hutch the Cat sends his best, too :p
Tuesday 9 August 2011 10.07pm
I'm as relieved as Oscar. (so is my cat, Daisy)

Tuesday 9 August 2011 10.13pm
Great stuff!
Wednesday 10 August 2011 11.23am
So happy you have found him x

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