Gizmo has just recovered from cat flu. He has been vaccinated so he did not have it badly. He is generally fit and not overweight. He is normally a lively, dominant boy who can mieow a lot to go out or get what he wants. He is very determined when he wants to be. He is also very curious and can be talkative.

He is a hunter, goes quite a distance and enjoys being out and about a lot. He can play "fetch" if he is in the mood and very good at getting out of semi-locked cat-flaps. He takes food in his mouth with his paws holding. He has a brother, Ozzy, who is looking around for him everywhere and sometimes going off his food (which is highly un unusual for Oz!). They are litter-siblings and extremely close although they recently have been fighting for dominance (as it is the age that cats settle their pecking order) but they always made up and cuddled.

Gizmo went out of the cat flap at about 5pm on New Years Eve - unfortunately, we thought it was locked - and soon after, people started letting off fireworks, in the daylight. He may have been frightened by the fireworks or similar and bolted to an unfamiliar area - there are many streets leading off the park behind us.

Gizmo is a wonderful boy! He was very poorly as a kitten and we weaned and nursed him and his brother through serious illness. We love him deeply and so does his brother - and we are all very distressed and lost without him. We miss him so much! Please, if you know anything, can you help us out?

Would everyone living and working
in the vicinity and surrounding areas of
Hatherleigh Road
Please keep a lookout for Gizmo

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
Poster
for display in any prominent position.
Help Gizmo find his way home

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