The Cats Protection League is searching for the owner of a 17-year-old black cat found in the Liverpool area. She has a microchip but the information was never updated by her owner.
Tilley is described as a petite black cat with a shorter than average tail. She was taken in six years ago after venturing 130 miles from home by a woman in Liverpool who cared for Tilley until her death.
Then a friend of the woman who died took Tilley to Lincoln to care for the senior kitty. Circumstances changed for that caregiver and Tilley ended up with Cats Protection Sleaford & District branch.
Videos and photos have been shared to lost and found sites with no success.
Despite being microchipped, Cats Protection League is no closer to finding Tilley’s owner since the chip information is out of date.
In an interview with BBC.com Branch coordinator Karen Sheldon said
“Tilley is a sweet-natured, pure black cat, who is in very good condition, despite being 17 years young. The best present this Christmas would be reuniting Tilley with her original owner.”
Early next year Tilley will be placed up for adoption if her owner doesn’t come forward. The charity said anyone wanting to offer Tilley a forever home is welcome to get in touch with them.
The Cats Protection League charity reunites 3,000 cats in the UK with their owners each year. Please share Tilley with the hope her owner sees this post and steps up to claim her.
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