We live with Felix across the Road from Bedelands Nature Reserve in an end of terrace house

Felix is a street Wise moggy. A good Hunter.
He is long....sleek well fit. No fat on this boy!

Affectionate but weary of strangers especially when out.

Would re appear from Bedelands Nature Reserve to accompany anyone of the family members walking our Mini Schnauzer... but always wanting to play by hiding and jumping out on us. All this with the neighbours watching...in disbelief.

Hes not bothered really by the rain if its wet its wet.. still would prefer to curl up in the dog basket after kicking the Dog out!
Our Schnauzer is 4 years old, so Felix is the boss at the age of 8.

He has disappeared in the past for 3 or 4 days but has always appeared in his matter of fact way. Has been known to enter other homes in the area where the owners have cats. Often known to cuddle up with another cat in their house to the surprise of the owners, albeit not so surprised now.

Just had a possible lead from Plumpton College - East Sussex. A van from Burgess Hill was delivering Floristry equipment to the college when a black and white cat jumped out and although they tried to catch the cat he escaped into the fields. We are currently investigating the sighting


"Felix is a real Character and a much loved family member adored by my 9 year old daughter who has grown up with him and misses him.
We all just want him back safe and sound.
Even our Schnauzer looks out for him at the patio door and wants her friend back..
"

 

Would everyone living and working in either the vicinity and surrounding areas of
Maple Drive RH15  or of Plumpton College BN7
Please keep a lookout for Felix

Search and Monitor all Sheds, Garages, Outbuildings in the hopes of finding him
Dog walkers in the area of Plumpton college are also asked to keep an eye open..
Any information would be appreciated.

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 (via email) a poster to them Please let us know