Lazuli is a very friendly, large, 5 year old ginger tom cat with a diamond shape pattern in his fur on his back, just behind his head. He also has a dark mark on his skin just above his tail on his back. The lens on his right eye is slightly damaged and this can be seen in certain night light.

He is mircochipped. He went missing from Reignier Place, just off of Touchstone Road and Orthello Avenue on Warwick Gates on Saturday morning, the 30th of June 2012. Reignier Place, Warwick Gates is just a few hundred yards from Bishops Tachbrook Road, Whitnash and the Harbury Lane cross roads. 

Lazuli is a very affectionate and loving cat, he is very missed by his family, he has two sister cats who are 8, all 3 cats have free access via the cat flap and normally Lazuli is in and out all the time but is never missing for more than an hour at a time. Nothing unusual happened prior to his diappearance so we are extremely concerned that he has now been missing for over a week. 

Lazuli is extremely friendly and loving, he adores company and always wants cuddles. He likes to pop in and out of the house all day long, but never for longer than an hour at a time. Each time he comes in he makes sure he goes to every person at home, in turn, for a cuddle. If there is a lounge full of people, he greets each one with a cuddle before snuggling in to the next person and he never, ever, misses any one out when he's greeting everyone!  His happy personality and loving nature is missed terribly by our whole family.


Home is not home without Lazuli and we are desperate to get him back, if you live in the Warwick, Whitnash, Leamington, Bishop Tachbrook or the Harbury Lane area we would be very grateful for your help in finding him.
Thank you

Would everyone living and working
in the vicinity and surrounding areas of
Reignier Place
Please keep a lookout for Lazuli
Search and Monitor all Sheds, Garages, Outbuildings
in the hopes of finding him
Any information would be appreciated.


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

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