19th July - Landseer Road

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27th July - Windsor Road

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30th July - Priory Road

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18th August - A407 Cricklewood Lane

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30th August - A103 Hornsey Road

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1st September - Saint Mark's Sq

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2nd September - Neasden Lane

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27th September - City Road

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30th September - Gunstor Road

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29th October - Parkcroft Road

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24th January - Holmesdale Road

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16th February - High Road

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15th April - Manor Gardens

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16th April - Holloway Road

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The fifth stage of grief is acceptance.


When somebody dear to us is lost, in most cases we have closure in the end. However, when there is no closure, we enter a state of limbo in which closure and acceptance are never met.


By documenting 'lost cat' posters I am recording the last efforts to find a lost one. Often, the final attempt to call out for someone, is with a simply created and printed inkjet A4 poster - a last grab at hope where the only thing that matters is a result. 


Whether people get closure is to be seen, and perhaps never known. The posters remain a beacon of hope, until the rain washes away the images and text, eroding any last morsel of the one who is lost, existing solely in the minds of their nearest. 

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