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Sunday, 25th July 2021
Brighton BN41 1PT
Ghost is a 3 year old male Bengal cross with cheetah-type markings; he is neutered and chipped. He lives indoors with regular access to outside. He has been missing from his home in Gordon Road, Fishersgate since Sunday 25th July. He went out in the evening as the family were going to bed, as he usually does, but he hasn't been seen since. Shoreham Port and a railway line are close to the house so his family are very worried. He is very scared of strangers and loud noises so he may be difficult to approach.
Sunday, 25th July 2021
Brighton BN1 1UL
Missy is an ex-rescue, who has been INDOOR ONLY since her adoption a year ago, but in the last 3 weeks has been sitting at the front door. She lives in the centre of town, toward Church Street end of Regent Street, in North Laine area which is very busy. Not yet microchipped.
Tuesday, 27th July 2021
Steyning BN44 3SD
Jess went out of the window during the night and has not been seen since.
She has a distinctive black spot on her right paw.
Friday, 30th July 2021
Hove BN3 3WQ
Bootsie hangs out in Clarendon Road and Livingstone Road, Hove back gardens area (gardens back onto each other) It's the block nearest Sackville Road, Hove.
Bootsie always sticks to the gardens between Clarendon Road and Livingstone Road (Sackville Rd side) and never goes out the front. He's lived here for 12 years and knows the gardens really well. There is a chance that he's somehow made his way out the front via someone's front door...? It's happened once before but he's not a street cat, so will likely be very nervous of the traffic. He's likely got shut in in one of the Clarendon Road/Livingstone Road houses and we've leafleted everyone but it's been a day and a half and we have to spread the net now.
If anyone reading this lives in Clarendon Road or Livingstone Road (the Sackville Rd side), he may well be under one of your beds or hidden away somewhere...perhaps shut in a garden outhouse. It would be so appreciated if you could have a scout around for us.
This has happened once before and he was under a neighbour's top bedroom bed, mewing quietly. It was only when the neighbour received our leaflet and called his name, he came out and she called me (a very emotional reunion!)
Thank you so much!
Sunday, 25th July 2021
Horsham RH12 1QW
Djodjo is an elderly cat with an overactive thyroid. He is limping due to an old trauma. Djodjo urgently needs his medicines and special food so if you spot him anywhere, please get in touch. Missing off Highwood Crescent. Many thanks in advance. He is neutered and microchipped
Monday, 26th July 2021
Southwick BN42 4TG
Not an outdoor cat so very concerned that she is lost especially with the bad weather the past few days. Also worried as we live near a few main roads and we believe she left at around 9 in the evening. Lil Puss is neutered and microchipped.
Saturday, 24th July 2021
Hove BN3 5FA
Ziggy is a 1 year old tabby male (chipped and neutered) who has gone missing from his home in Westbourne Street, Poets' Corner area. He was last seen on Saturday. Ziggy doesn’t tend to go very far from the gardens between Wordsworth and Cowper Street, which his home backs onto. He doesn’t usually stay out for very long at a time, so the fact his owners have not seen him is unusual. He has no collar but a distinctive mackerel pattern on his back.
Friday, 16th July 2021
Lewes BN8 5DJ
Tiggs went out after 8pm on Friday 16th July and never returned, which is totally out of character for him. Missing in Barcombe area. Tiggs is neutered and microchipped.
Tuesday, 21st July 2020
Broadwater, Worthing BN14 9LW
Saffee just disappeared on Tuesday 21st July 2020. A whole year has passed and her heartbroken family have had no positive sightings and only an anonymous suggestion that she has been taken and rehomed. They have no other information and all their searching has proved negative. Saffee is neutered and microchipped. Her details are all up to date and vets in Sussex, Hampshire, Surrey, Kent and London have all been sent her photo. Saffee's family are desperate to have her back again and can't give up hope, therefore they are circulating her details further afield in the hope someone may recognise her.