Lexi lived with her human in Ashfield , Dunbar with large green area behind
house which is a semi detached with a medium garden and next to a railway line (she was very smart where trains were concerned) always got out the way 5mins before.

Cat flap usually closed at night when they came in on the night in question she would not come in so left it open (I should have made sure she was in) she is a shy cat previously a feral kitten I think as she did not like strangers at all used to hide when anyone came to the house she did not know - there was a strange cat appeared again the following day that had been coming round the previous year but traced owners although he kept coming round - she did not like him and I believe he may have fought her for her territory and she lost as he kept coming after she got misplaced - She had been behaving oddly just prior and with hindsight believe this to be the reason.

She was healthy had had her checked out at the vets and health wise she was tickety boo - she has a brother and he misses her terribly and he has gone through a major attitude change he's all sooky and purry and follows me around like she used to do its like he has filled her spot whilst she is missing - I have hired animal pshychics and a pet locator to no avail still like looking for a needle in a haystack done all the usual posters etc and not a single sighting and its nearly 6 months now...


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If anyone recognises this cat as one who has been visiting your garden or wherever, please, please take her to the vet or similiar she is chipped I will get her back if you do that, please someone out there help her get home, we miss her terribly and want her home where she belongs."



Would everyone living and working in the vicinity and surrounding areas of
Ashfield Court
Please keep a lookout for Lexi

Search and Monitor all Sheds, Garages, Outbuildings in the hopes of finding her
Any information would be appreciated.
If You live in this area
Please send for a ready to print
Poster
for display in any prominent position.
Help Lexi find her 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 (via email) a poster to them Please let us know