Update on the cat found on the M27 at Eastleigh

REGIONAL Bracknell and Wokingham Districts

26 April 2017
Update on the cat found on the M27 at Eastleigh
In March the branch appealed to try and reunite an owner with a cat that
was found on the M27 near Eastleigh.

The cat, which appeared to be well-fed and in good condition, was being
cared for by Cats Protection's Southampton branch, and was estimated to
be approx a year old.  The female cat had a microchip from the Bracknell
and Wokingham Districts branch, dating back to between June and December
2016.  Unfortunately, the owner did not register the chip when the cat was
rehomed by the branch.

The cat is black and white, with distinctive markings and is it thought likely
that she got into a car or a delivery van, and this is how she ended up on
the M27.

Despite a large appeal for help, on both branches social media sites, CPs 
main social media sites, and in local newspapers in Bracknell, Wokingham
and around the Southampton area, no one came forward to claim the cat.

The good news is that the cat has now been rehomed to a couple in the
Southampton area, and has been called Abigail.

We wish Abigail and her new owners the very best for their future lives
together.