Striking Siamese kitty goes astray
A WORRIED pet owner from the Moorlands is appealing to fellow residents in the hope that her missing feline is returned safely home.
Anne Rogers of Alton contacted the Times and Echo this week after her pet cat Milo went missing from her village home.
The chocolate point Siamese kitty hasn’t been seen since Wednesday 12th July.
Commenting on the disappearance Anne told us: “Milo, went missing from home on the 12th July and despite me putting fliers through neighbours’ letterboxes there has been no sign of him.
“I really believe he is somewhere in the village and perhaps the right sort of publicity might get him home again.
“Milo is not yet two years old. He is a chocolate point Siamese, neutered and chipped and I am missing him dearly.
“The last time I saw him was in the early hours of Wednesday, 12th July.
“I live close to Alton Castle and have scoured the area searching for him, canvassing neighbours and knocking on doors.
“Alton Towers have alerted their employees and the Cheadle Animal Welfare have added him on their Facebook page.
“I have also contacted my vet and the registry that holds his chip details.”
If anyone has any information they can telephone Anne directly on 01538 702185.
Anne concluded: “Any information passed on to me will be private, I just want him home.”
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