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#583495 - 16th Sep 2011 12:57pm MISSING CAT GREASBY
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Registered: 16th Sep 2011
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Hi,
Our cat has gone missing, she is usually a house cat and has gotten out when we have had people doing work in the kitchen we live in the Mill lane area of Greasby (shaw lane, allengate close, danefield road etc)

She is a ragdoll breed, long haired, white with grey on her face

Please keep a eye out for her she doesn't wear a collar, she looks a bit like this...

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#583510 - 16th Sep 2011 1:45pm Re: MISSING CAT GREASBY [Re: twinkles]
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Hope you find her. Our cat got ran over last night on Leasowe Road and sadly died. He had a habit of going over to the market gardens, mainly at night but the last few weeks had gone during the day and tried to run back over at tea time. x

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#583517 - 16th Sep 2011 1:58pm Re: MISSING CAT GREASBY [Re: julie253]
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Sorry, not that I'm implying your cat has!!! Just read my post and it didn't read right. If she is used to being in the house then she won't have strayed far, chances are a neighbour has taken her in waiting for somebody to claim her, especially if she did look lost - our other cat stays in the garden and doesn't venture far at all.

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#583670 - 16th Sep 2011 7:30pm Re: MISSING CAT GREASBY [Re: twinkles]
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"Gotten out" Oh please!

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#583693 - 16th Sep 2011 8:03pm Re: MISSING CAT GREASBY [Re: Tatey]
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Originally Posted By: Tatey
"Gotten out" Oh please!


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#583695 - 16th Sep 2011 8:04pm Re: MISSING CAT GREASBY [Re: Tatey]
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Can also be recognised with the words 'royal doulton' underneath.

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#584000 - 17th Sep 2011 1:27pm Re: MISSING CAT GREASBY [Re: twinkles]
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Ah am sorry to hear this. I too have a Ragdoll cat, I do hope you find your Raggy soon x

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#584074 - 17th Sep 2011 5:05pm Re: MISSING CAT GREASBY [Re: twinkles]
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Registered: 16th Sep 2011
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she has been found now, thank you to those who were concerned. She was covered in oil she'd been hiding underneath a car, thankfully she's ok! Although i'm not sure about the 'oh please' comment.

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#584110 - 17th Sep 2011 6:37pm Re: MISSING CAT GREASBY [Re: twinkles]
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Originally Posted By: twinkles
she has been found now, thank you to those who were concerned. She was covered in oil she'd been hiding underneath a car, thankfully she's ok! Although i'm not sure about the 'oh please' comment.


The Oh please was due to your use of American English as in "gotten out" We don't use that term in England. But I am very glad you have found her safe & sound.

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#584233 - 17th Sep 2011 10:49pm Re: MISSING CAT GREASBY [Re: Tatey]
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But glad thet you got her back.X
Originally Posted By: Tatey
Originally Posted By: twinkles
she has been found now, thank you to those who were concerned. She was covered in oil she'd been hiding underneath a car, thankfully she's ok! Although i'm not sure about the 'oh please' comment.


The Oh please was due to your use of American English as in "gotten out" We don't use that term in England. But I am very glad you have found her safe & sound.
withthat

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#584241 - 17th Sep 2011 11:22pm Re: MISSING CAT GREASBY [Re: twinkles]
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Glad shes back home queen x
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#584611 - 18th Sep 2011 6:28pm Re: MISSING CAT GREASBY [Re: TRANCENTRAL]
muzzy2 Online   shifty
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GET HER MICROCHIPPED!!!!!!!!!!

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#584613 - 18th Sep 2011 6:32pm Re: MISSING CAT GREASBY [Re: Tatey]
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Originally Posted By: Tatey
Originally Posted By: twinkles
she has been found now, thank you to those who were concerned. She was covered in oil she'd been hiding underneath a car, thankfully she's ok! Although i'm not sure about the 'oh please' comment.


The Oh please was due to your use of American English as in "gotten out" We don't use that term in England. But I am very glad you have found her safe & sound.


Wish people would stop commenting on other members Grammer (be best to mumble to yourself).
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#584621 - 18th Sep 2011 6:37pm Re: MISSING CAT GREASBY [Re: twinkles]
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Thats great News Twinkle,i bet you are well happy you found her hun xx
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#586202 - 20th Sep 2011 10:29pm Re: MISSING CAT GREASBY [Re: Tombraider]
twinklestar69 Offline
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Registered: 1st Sep 2011
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Loc: wirral
Ah wonderful News, you are very lucky x

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