Domino is an amputee who lost his leg when he was around 1 year old. He has never been outside since the accident and is VERY timid. He doesn't even like being out in the garden when its noisy and i am there.
It is very strange that he has wandered off because he is usually very scared. He doesn't like men - maybe something to do with their height and tends to run away from most people who enter my house. he doesn't like other cats or dogs/pets and will usually hiss at them. He is a very vocal cat so listen out for his meows - which tend to be very high pitched and child like. He escaped through an open window which is very small and usually open most of the time and this is very abnormal. He is a very nosey cat and likes investigating and also likes to hide in very small spaces. Boxes are a favourite of his! He HATES pet carriers so you may have trouble getting him in one if you find him.
Happy healthy cat who loves nothing more than cuddling with his mummy or daddy and must be so scared being outside. He reacts well to rustling packets and loves fresh meat/fish. I have searched everyday for him with no luck - asked neighbours and put posters up. He has a lovely personality when used to your presence and he is very very sweet. He likes to clean you but can be a bit of a biter/scratcher if you annoy him/pet him too much or stroke his belly!
He hates the bath and will only go near water if its in the sink so i imagine he would hate being out in the rain (it was raining very heavily the night he went missing and has rained twice since)
I have had Domino for 2 years and have never been away from him for more than a couple of days - i am heartbroken that he has gone missing and want him back safe and happy. The thought of not knowing where he is makes me feel sick with worry and i dread to think how he must be feeling. He is such a mummys boy and will be missing the warmth of my love. Please help!
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