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King's Lynn cat owner appeals for help to find missing pet




The owner of a cat which has gone missing from North Lynn has issued an appeal for help to find him.

Shirley Winters said her cat Middy – short for Midnight – disappeared from their address in Turbus Road, just behind Home Bargains, on Thursday.

She has posted on Facebook, placed posters in the area and even has created a hashtag #middywatch for social media, but she has not been able to trace him yet.

Middy the cat who is missing from King's Lynn. Picture: SUBMITTED. (34606975)
Middy the cat who is missing from King's Lynn. Picture: SUBMITTED. (34606975)

Shirley said: "Middy is 11, a black shorthair with a white V on his right side with a dash of Siamese thrown in (he has more than a dash of the Siamese voice as well as the usual skinny frame) and he's a character.

"He loves cuddles and love from everyone, he has no fear and treats everyone as a new best friend, ripe for getting pets from.

"He spends each night snuggled between me and my partner or maybe on my partner's head.

Middy the cat who is missing from King's Lynn. Picture: SUBMITTED. (34606967)
Middy the cat who is missing from King's Lynn. Picture: SUBMITTED. (34606967)

"Each morning he has his breakfast, then off he goes on his daily rounds to visit people and check out the dyke that runs behind Home Bargains, then home for lunch, then off again.

"He's a busy boy, places to go and people to see!"

Shirley said she has contacted every vet in the area, his microchip company – which have placed an alert on it – and a number of other places.

Middy the cat who is missing from King's Lynn. Picture: SUBMITTED. (34606970)
Middy the cat who is missing from King's Lynn. Picture: SUBMITTED. (34606970)

She said she is concerned that he may have been taken by someone who believed him to be a stray, and has also asked people to check their sheds and garages.

For more information, go to Middy's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/themidster/.

If you can help reunite Middy with her owners, contact Shirley on 07510 612356.



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