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Appeal for help finding Bengal cat Dexter who has gone missing from his Lickey End home

Tristan Harris 21st Oct, 2016 Updated: 21st Oct, 2016

A BROMSGROVE woman has issued a heartfelt plea for help in finding her rare cat which has been missing for a week.
Aimee made the appeal to locate Dexter, a four-and-a-half year male Bengal, who has not been seen since leaving his home in Lickey End last Friday.
Aimee said: “He is very vocal, loving and friendly so would approach anyone.
“He has a tendency to go wandering and getting lost but has never been missing this long.”
She added there was a farm which Dexter visited regularly and normally the farmer called her when he was there so he could be picked up but that had not happened on this occasion.
As well as his distinctive Bengal markings, Dexter has a bald streak by his tail from over grooming and a bald stomach.
Dexter is neutered and chipped and a reward has been offered for his safe return.

Anyone who finds Dexter should take him to Clent Hills vets or call Aimee on 07771 171918.

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