We have recently moved from Hampshire to Essex (21st Dec). Cringer was upset by the move but seemed to be settling in, would only go out into the garden as long as the door was open. Stayed the majority of time indoors. Any loud, unfamiliar noises would send him running back into the house.

He went out on Thursday evening around 7'ish and didn't come back. It was a cold night, my husband and I looked and called for him but he didn't come. We had friends staying overnight, in the morning they went out around the area but still no Cringer. My husband spend the day looking and calling around all the surrounding area, fields, park, woodland areas at the back of houses but still no luck. I have been out again last night and this morning (23rd March) still nothing.

We had hoped he had just lost his way and would be back by now.

"Cringer has been part of our life for a very long time and we need to know where he is. The worry is that he is injured in some way and can't get back to us. Our hope is that someone has taken him in and is looking after him. We want him back as soon as possible."
Would everyone in the vicinity of The Drakes and the surrounding area, Please Search Garages, Sheds and Outbuildings, Cringer could be trapped and in need of help. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Would YOU display a POSTER, to help Cringer find his way home
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