Missing from home: Charlie the cat


What a gorgeous lad. If you know where Charlie is, please do get in touch. Image from Chris Wharton.

Here’s an urgent appeal for a lost cat that’s come in from reader Chris Wharton, who lives at the bottom of Sandhills on the Lichfield Road near Shore Oak – his beloved ginger and white puss Charlie went out this morning and hasn’t come home.

Chris wrote:

Hi Bob

We’ve lost our cat Charlie. He’s ginger and white and very lean, as he was the runt of the litter. He has no collar.

He dissapeared in the early hours of today (Tuesday 20th Jan) His brother returned but no sign of Charlie. We live at the bottom of Shire Oak hill on the corner of Barracks Lane. Ive asked Lanes Farm and Midwest and no joy there.

Please share and if you see or hear of anything please let me know Sox is a very friendly lad, and Melissa is very worried about him. Local vets and Cat Shelters have been called.


If you’ve seen Charlie – please do check sheds, garages and outhouses when you can – please comment here or mail me on BrownhillsBob at Googlemail dot com, and I’ll pass the message on.

We’ve had success finding lost pets in the past, so please give it your best shot.

Cheers all…

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9 Responses to Missing from home: Charlie the cat

  1. Beki Barker says:

    RSPCA Walsall posted a picture of a similar looking cat a couple of days ago….can you check it out?

  2. Pat Rogers says:

    A cat identical to Charlie has been hanging around Springhill Farm all week….

  3. Pat Rogers says:

    We think Charlie is here at Springholm Farm…He has been around here all week….

  4. Pat Rogers says:

    Sorry….I meant Springhill Farm….damn predictive text!

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