Bailey
is very 18 months old. Quite nervous after a dog attack at 6 months. Medical record will show he had a fractured shoulder and internal bleeding after the dog attack. He has recovered 100% and is very healthy now. He is quite nosy like most cats and does a lot of "investigating".

He would probably let you stroke him if you approach him but may run away. He follows me from room to room and is very clingy with me. He is also very vocal so if he was locked in anywhere somebody would hear him. He loves to be tickled under the chin and he loves a good rough back rub. He isnt the best eater but will when it suits. Ever since he was little (I had him at 6 weeks 2 days old) he likes to play a game where I throw a stick or straw or anything and he will fetch it back thinking he is a dog!. He is full of fun and very cute.

Bailey went out at his usual time at 2.00 a.m. on Friday 16th August 2008. He normally comes back at breakfast time and will tap at the window to let me know, but he didnt this time so by lunch I knew there was a problem and went searching. I asked my neighbours if they had seen him as they all know him but they hadnt. By teatime I was frantic and extended my search to neighbouring housing estates. I then spoke to relatives who started printing flyers and posting them on lamposts near my area. The next day I phoned round all the local rescue centres but to no avail.

The black and white cats do all look very similar. I also go out with a torch every night visiting the places I think he goes. Every morning I am out before 7.00 a.m. hoping to catch him as thats the time he would normally come home.

I do feel if Bailey is loose on Spencer Court somewhere he would make his way home unless he is injured. I am hoping he has just gone out of his comfort zone and got lost a little.


"Please, please help me find "Bailey".
"Like everybody's cat he is much loved and missed enormously. A big part of me is missing which is evident every time I walk through my front door.
He is only 18 months old and still a baby.
He should hopefully have a long happy life ahead of him.
"
Would everyone living and working in the vicinity and surrounding areas of
Spencer Court
Please keep a lookout for Bailey

Search and Monitor all Sheds, Garages, Outbuildings in the hopes of finding him
Any information would be appreciated.

We can send a ready to print
POSTER
to anyone willing to display one.

Spread the Word !
Please make those without internet access aware that this cat is missing in your area - Thankyou
 
If you have contacts in this area and can forward a poster to them Please let us know