Petfinder: Lost and foundBy Laura Herbert
December 19, 2008
‘Tis the season to be with your loved ones – but this week there are six families facing Christmas without their beloved pets.
Can you help reunite these pets with their owners?
Fourteen-week-old puppy Chelsea-Mercedes disappeared just one week after her owners took her home.
She went missing from Lock Place, Central Reading, on Saturday, December 6.
The pure white Jack Russell is wearing a navy blue flea collar. If you have seen her, call Gina Barnes on 07527 988 440.
A female calico tortoiseshell has been found in the School Road area of Tilehurst.
She is aged about three-years-old. If she could be yours, call Reading and District Cats Protection on (0118) 940 3005.
A black cat has been spotted wandering around Earley.
The three to four-year-old female has no tail and was found in the St Peter’s Road area.
If you think she is your cat call Reading and District Cats Protection on (0118) 940 3005.
Thames Valley Animal Welfare is appealing to find the owner of a black and white moggy found at the end of November in Binfield Heath.
If you’ve seen the feline, call the centre on (0118) 947 9963.
Have you seen Dinkey? The 16-month-old black cat with white under her chin went missing on Monday morning from her home in the Grovelands Road area of West Reading.
Dinkey was adopted as a stray eight months ago. She has green eyes, is very friendly and has a fluffy tail, but wasn’t wearing a collar. If you’ve seen Dinkey call Mel Clark on 07523 130659.
Six-year-old Sapphire, who answers to Saffy, disappeared from her home in Stockton Road, Whitley last Wednesday.
If you have seen the fluffy grey Persian, call Heather Williams on (0118) 975 0586 or 07986 930990.