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Loki

Information

  • Loki
  • Status:Lost
  • Lost:5th January, 2019
  • Days Missing:

Area Lost

Mile Oak Road, Portslade

About Loki

We have been asked to repost Loki's details, although it's been 2 years since he was last seen, his family have not forgotten him or given up hope

Loki is a black and white male, who will now be 3.5 years old, he has white legs and tummy, with a large black patch across his back, ears, over one eye and a distinctive black patch under his chin. He is missing from Mile Oak Road (corner of Mile Oak Road and Graham Avenue) in Mile Oak area. At the time of his disappearance, Loki was a very friendly outdoor boy, known to visit neighbouring houses, however it was unusual behaviour for him not to return home. His family are still looking and hoping their much loved boy will one day be found. Loki is neutered and microchipped (details up to date).


Have you seen Loki? Do you know anyone who feeds local cats or has taken in a black and white 'stray' cat that resembles this boy? Please contact us on 01273 422721, if you have any information, Thank You
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