By Louisa Quinn - 7th May 2015 11:00am
UPDATE: Missing cat now found, safe and well.
Our cat Chau went missing during the thunderstorm on Sunday 3rd May.
He is a male cat age two and has been neutered.
We have looked along the road and cannot see him dead or alive and have been forced to conclude that he may have taken shelter from the rain in someone's shed or garage and is now unable to get out. He is also a very curious cat and may have simply got shut in.
I and my family are very worried. He is one of our family and without him the house feels empty. I miss him so much.
Please get in touch if you have any information: Tel: 290723
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