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King's Lynn owners appeal for help to find missing cat




The owners of a missing Siamese cat in Lynn are appealing for help to trace their pet, which has not been home for over a week.

The couple, who live in the Springwood area of Lynn, said their cat has been missing since the evening of Saturday, July 11, and so he has now been gone for 10 days.

They have reported him as missing with their microchip company and their vets, and have published appeals on social media and several missing animal websites.

A Siamese cat is missing from the Springwood area of King's Lynn. Picture: SUBMITTED. (38826628)
A Siamese cat is missing from the Springwood area of King's Lynn. Picture: SUBMITTED. (38826628)

The owners said: "It is now day 10 since he was last home, and this is out of character as he always comes back every day.

"He does spend time in the hospital grounds and surrounding woods."

They added: "We're extremely worried and are desperate to have him back home."

A Siamese cat is missing from the Springwood area of King's Lynn. Picture: SUBMITTED. (38826631)
A Siamese cat is missing from the Springwood area of King's Lynn. Picture: SUBMITTED. (38826631)

The cat is male, four years of age and neutered. He has a dark brown face, a cream-coloured chest and blue eyes.

He does not have a collar, but he is microchipped.

If you can help, call the owners on 07933 771984 or 07956 090436.



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