Family appeals for help to find missing cat Evie
PUBLISHED: 13:54 21 November 2016 | UPDATED: 13:54 21 November 2016
A Worlingham family are desperately appealing for help to find their missing cat Evie.
The black and white cat went missing on Sunday, October 9, at around 10pm from their home in Rectory Lane.
Evie is just over a year old, but is quite small. She is microchipped and was wearing a pink collar at the time.
Owner Cheryl-Marie Seaman-Culham said: “We have distributed hundreds of leaflets and informed local vets, Cats Protection, RSPCA, the microchip database as well as advertising on multiple Facebook pages and Streetlife.
“It is very out of character for her to go missing, she always comes home for food and to sleep.
“We are desperate to know what has happened to her.”
The family was contacted on November 15 through Facebook by a woman who said she had seen a cat like Evie near the fence of M&H Plastics at Ellough, but when they went to look she was nowhere to be seen.
There have been other potential sightings in the Ellough Industrial Estate area of a cat similar to Evie, and reports of a cat being hit by a lorry, but the family is praying Evie will still return home.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the family on 01502 710471 or 07725792795.
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