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10/10/2019 5:06 PM IST | Updated 10/10/2019 5:09 PM IST

Semi-Wild Savannah Cat Escapes, Goes On The Prowl In UK's Bristol

Owner Laura Page is urging anyone who spots it to contact her.

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It is a hybrid breed between a serval African wildcat and a domestic moggy

The frantic owner of a 4ft-long, semi-wild Savannah cat, in has urged the public not to approach it.

The half-feral exotic pet has been missing from a neighbourhood in UK’s Bristol since Tuesday after escaping from a special enclosure.

It is not dangerous according to owner Laura Page – but could get spooked if people approach.

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She said: “He will run if people approach him, so I just want anyone who sees him to contact me and not try to get him.

“He’s part-wild and will be afraid of people and loud noises. Please don’t approach him or try to catch or coax him in – he’s fast.

“He has a loud pitched meow, which is very distinctive.”

The missing cat weighs in at more than 25lb – as big as a medium-sized dog.

It is a hybrid breed between a serval African wildcat and a domestic moggy.

The cat has a blue collar on with Page’s mobile phone and email on it and is chipped – but to an address in the US.