Snowy doesn`t go out a lot, she went out on Monday night and never came back.

We have had her for about 8 months, we rescued her, she was living as a mostly indoor cat with other cats in a flat. The conditions were poor and she was bullied.
She is very small and petite for her age and looks like a kitten.

When we first took her on, she had a lot of fights and was getting bullied by our resident female cat. After some time it settled and Snowy settled. They still have the odd spat and she`ll give chase but nothing too worrying and Snowy seems very unconcerned by her.

She is quiet but friendly, and comes running when called. Has settled in lovely and is quite spoilt (secretly everyones favourite!)

Since we`ve had Snowy, we have increased to 4 cats as my sisters` came home after her circumstances changed suddenly. These two new cats love Snowy and they all get on well. Tilly an older female has been pining for Snowy since she`s gone and is quite distressed.

She is content sleeping and being fussed, looking out the window and begging for treats at the fridge door.

She will normally go out for an hour or so and come back during the day and rarely goes out at night. We have looked along her uaul route, in sheds / gardens and called for her during the day and night. We have checked the house and cellar (she has got into the cellar before) but no sign of her.

Snowy normally avoids the main road at the front of the house and goes via a bowling green at the back. It was a warm, sunny day the day she went out and the following day but has been raining the last 24 hours.


Any information or possible sightings of snowy greatly received. We miss her dearly.
A reward is offered for her safe return.

Would everyone living and working in the vicinity and surrounding areas of
Rose Mount
Please keep a lookout for Snowy

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

Please send for a ready to print
for display in any prominent position.
Help Snowy find her way home

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