Rosie's Diary

 Rosie's Register Helping Lost & Found Cats

in Eastbourne & Surrounding Area



Lucky went missing in Friday 2 February at around 21:00, he's nurtured, without a collar, with a microchip, went missing around Shinewater Park area in Bn238bs he's pure black with a few white hairs on the chest (very few) and green eyes.
Please keep a lookout for OLI. He's micro-chipped, a male and neutered. He has been missing for 24 hours, and this is unusual for him, because he is a home boy. He's more than likelty in someones shed in the south Polegate/Willingdon area.
Hello everyone, my parents cat, Lily (a boy) is well known to Old Town Eastbourne as he is a wonderer. He is very loved and cared for but loves leaving home in Dacre Road, for a holiday.. around the other homes of Eastbourne.
His home is calm and he is well fed, is bed is my sisters bed!... but he still loves to go for a walk.
He has been missing since Saturday. He goes off, walks too far and can’t find his way home, someone lets him in and feeds him and then he will quite happily enjoy the change of scene for a few days!
Please do check if Lily is about- 10 year old, tabby cat with white, small knick in his left ear. He is chipped and registered at Green Street vets.
Many thanks Jess

Her name is Smokey. Went missing Thursday lunchtime from the forest view area of Hailsham. She is a indoor cat. She is grey 4 1/2 years old. Not chipped and not very friendly as a one woman cat. Greatly missed by her elderly owner! Please contact me if you see her! Thank you

Missing since Friday, 12th January from Diplocks Walk, in Hailsham, is entire male black cat, BUSTER. He's around a year old, and has some white hairs running through his coat. If you live in Hailsham, especially if it's in The Diplocks area, please check your gardens and outbuildings in case you discover Buster there. Get in touch if you think you have news of him. Many thanks.

This is Jango, we moved house on Friday and Jango managed to escape from my mums house in Union Close, Hailsham where we were keeping him for the day. He doesn't know the area but our old house is less than a mile away. He went over a fence towards the Lansdowne Crescent area. He is 2.5years old, neutered and chipped. Please keep an eye out for him, he is extremely nervous of strangers and was terrified.
This lovely lad remains missing from a new home in Acacia Road, Hampden Park, having only recently moved from Ashford Road. He's a neutered male, called LEO, aged 3 years, who is microchipped. It's very likely that he will still be around Acacia Road, as he won't know where he is, but he has been missing now for a week, so please look for him if you live in Acacia Road, or Ashford Road. Thank you.