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  • Jinx
  • Status:Lost
  • Lost:15th October, 2020
  • Days Missing:

Area Lost

Sackville Gardens, Hove (near seafront end)

About Jinx

We received the following details from Jinx’s worried owner:

Jinx is a 10 month old black and white girl, but is small and looks more like a kitten. She went missing on Thursday 15th October from Sackville Gardens in Hove, near the seafront. She's a curious cat who likes to explore on roofs and neighbouring gardens. She is often out at night but always comes back in the morning. Her whole family are very worried about her.
Jinx is neutered and microchipped, and was not wearing a collar when she went missing.

PLEASE NOTE: Jinx’s owners are aware of the deceased black and white cat sadly found on the night of Thursday 15th on Hove seafront, close to where Jinx lives. They will be contacting the council on Monday, as it is understood the council took the cat away.

Please help us to reunite Jinx by checking bushes, gardens, sheds, garages, basements, outdoor storage areas etc and if you do see her please contact us on 01273 422721. Thank you
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