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Sunderland woman offers £1000 reward to find her cat before Christmas day

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https://www.sunderlandecho.com/news/peo ... ay-3501456

She said: "Lou Lou is usually an indoor cat, she usually just goes into the garden and then comes back inside as she is really shy and timid.

"She is my baby, I’ve had her since she was just 16 weeks old and is now aged four and a half years – she has never been missing before.


Lou Lou has been missing from the Pallion area since Tuesday, December 7.


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Re: Sunderland woman offers £1000 reward to find her cat before Christmas day

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It's probably in another animal now.


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A thousand quid for a pussy :o
I will definitely keep my eyes open for that.


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Rat Scabies wrote: 21 Dec 2021, 13:10 It's probably in another animal now.
What animal in this area eats cats? 😆😆😆


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Steve30000 wrote: 22 Dec 2021, 08:06
Rat Scabies wrote: 21 Dec 2021, 13:10 It's probably in another animal now.
What animal in this area eats cats? 😆😆😆
Big dogs? Can a fox attack a cat?


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Rat Scabies wrote: 22 Dec 2021, 10:25 Can a fox attack a cat?
Nah, I see many of these every night and they bugger off well in advance, I think that is their way of surviving, any danger and go.
A cat can usually give as good as it gets and they will know that.
A fox will just scavenge for food.


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Rat Scabies wrote: 22 Dec 2021, 10:25
Steve30000 wrote: 22 Dec 2021, 08:06

What animal in this area eats cats? 😆😆😆
Big dogs? Can a fox attack a cat?
A fox? Don't recall ever seeing a fox mooching around Sunderland


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Sunderland Nut wrote: 22 Dec 2021, 21:16
Rat Scabies wrote: 22 Dec 2021, 10:25 Can a fox attack a cat?
Nah, I see many of these every night and they bugger off well in advance, I think that is their way of surviving, any danger and go.
A cat can usually give as good as it gets and they will know that.
A fox will just scavenge for food.
Never ever have I seen a fox around here


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Steve30000 wrote: 22 Dec 2021, 21:19
Never ever have I seen a fox around here
Trust me, you can see a fox in every part of Sunderland.
They wander around every estate and could even visit your garden looking in your bins and such.
They see you first and if you are not quick to see them they run for cover.
They don't let you get too close but over time you can tell it's them in the distance and not a cat, for instance.
Sometimes if you go round a corner and catch them out you might get close to one but they quickly run away.
I guess you will only see them if you are a night owl.


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Re: Sunderland woman offers £1000 reward to find her cat before Christmas day

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Foxes are all over but I doubt if they would eat a cat because they are softies.
I hope she gets the cat back because I love cats, I lost mine years ago and might get another.


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