GALLERY: New missing pets column. Can you help find these animals?
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Animal lovers are being asked to keep their eyes open for lost furry friends who have gone missing from homes in the Fens in recent weeks.
Our Cambs Times column of missing pets is now open and if you would like to add your animal to the list then please contact us by emailing a photograph and a few details to email@example.com.
Your missing pet details can also be posted on the Facebook page Missing Pets in Wisbech and UK.
The plea for a regular column came form Lucie Wenn who said: “I started a page on Facebook when one of my indoor cats got out and went missing.
“There seem to be so many animals going missing which, as you can probably imagine, is very upsetting for their families.”
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In this week’s list we feature a large neutered ginger and white tom cat called Taz.
He has a white bib and tummy and white feet with a fluffy ginger tale and is nine years old.
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He is microchipped but wasn’t wearing a collar and went missing from Wistaria Road, Walsoken on March 28. His owner says it’s totally out of character for him as he never went far and isn’t very approachable to strangers.
If you spot him please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mavis has been missing since September 2013 from Trafford Road, Wisbech. She is blue with white paws and bib and unusual curly fur.
Next is Ben, a grey and white tabby cat, who has been missing from Leverington Road, Wisbech.
A female black and white cat has been missing after it got into a removal van and escaped at Peartree Way in Elm.
The little black and white cat in a child’s buggy is Branston who has been missing from the Corporation road/Elm Road area.
Ceri has been missing since October from The Bank in Parson Drove. She is a slightly built cat with amber eyes.
Frankie has been missing from Mouth Lane, Guyhirn, for 18 months. He has some scars and was wearing a blue fabric collar with the owners name address and phone number on it.
George the brown tabby cat has been missing from Walpole Highway since January. A very friendly boy he is also very vocal.
George has been missing from Sutton Bridge since June last year. He is a white cat with distinctive black markings.
Woody the male tabby has been missing from his home in Pendula Road, Wisbech, since September last year. He has a white bib and socks. He was last spotted near Coleville Road.
A miniature schnauzer has gone missing from her owner’s garden on Wheatley Bank/Fengate Roadon Thursday April 2.
She is wearing a red leather collar with a silver bone tag.
If you have seen her please call 07831 836019. There is a £100 reward.