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    Seahorse
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    Found between Malguenac and Clegurec, about a month ago, in a state of collapse. Vet confirmed he is a castrated male over five years old, but no more than eight. Red tabby colour point with blue eyes. Very quiet cat, indoor pet, litter trained and not used to outdoor living.

    If he has no owner, we are putting him up for adoption.Psycche

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    Obviously he wasn’t chipped Seahorse, what a shame! He looks pure white, what is a red tabby colour point? (Just curious, of no help to you at all) I shouldn’t think there will be many problems getting him adopted, he’s a very pretty cat.

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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Hi Fruitcake, a colour point is what people think of as a siamese cross. It was a oriental crossed with common colours, so the colouring is concentrated on the Points – ears, nose, tail and paws. He has red tabby markings on his extremeties.</p>
    It’s a real pity he wasnt chipped, it’s the first thing our vet checked him for, given his demeanour and the neutering  We are posting his picture all over Pet.Alert and Facebook.

    He is such a homeboy, just hangs out at windows and perches by the back door. My other two are absolute tearaway compared to him, but he does not get on with my other male.

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    It would be lovely if the original owner could be found, they must be missing him, he’s obviously used to being indoors, but you can only do what you’re doing Seahorse, good luck with finding him either his original home or a nice new one.

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