Chloe was a loner, she didn't mingle with other cats. Chloe liked to be near home. She was a little overweight (and not very agile) due to 2 years of not being able to exercise much outside because there was 6 cats living next door which bullied her (but those cats and family moved out a few months ago). Chloe never strayed further than the grassland beyond our gardens. High walls surround the grassland. Most of the time Chloe could be found asleep on a wicker basket covered with a cotton rug, in the sun.

Chloe loved her food but she was fussy, and would only eat Gourmet Perle (chicken) and Purina Indoor Forumla (Chicken). Chloe, as a rule, doesn't miaow, it is more like a quiet crackle. If Chloe wants my attention, she will paw me or go to the back door and scratch the door (or mat) to tell me she either wants something doing with her food or she wants to go out. If she is outside and the back door os closed she would either jump up on the window ledge outside and tap the window, or scratch at the door (and even hang from the door sometimes). I am in most of the time and the back door would be open.

On the grassland where I last saw Chloe, there is a metal 40ft container to the right. It belongs to the newish owner of a property in this row of houses. Owner of the said container, doesn't like cats. The owner is not on site much - he bought a property (and land) and is renting it out.

I miss my Chloe desperately. She is a little wimp and the thought of her trapped somewhere, scared, or laying hurt, without water or food, is just too awful to imagine. It hurts so much not knowing where she is. She is my little friend and she needs me and I need her. I just want her home.



Would everyone living and working
in the vicinity and surrounding areas of
Church Lane
Please keep a lookout for Chloe

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 Chloe find her way home


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