Family appeals for help to find missing cat Milo
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A Beccles family is appealing for help to find their three-year-old cat Milo.
Kellie Stone and her two daughters aged seven and five, are desperately missing their cat and are appealing for people to check their sheds and garages.
The large tabby cat was last seen in their garden in Dobson Way, Beccles, on Tuesday morning.
He is microchipped, but has no collar, and is extremely friendly.
Milo was hit by a car two years ago when he was just over a year old and had to have a metal rod put in his leg, so he has a slight limp.
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Anyone who has seen Milo can contact her Kellie on 07788271485.
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