" We are distraught at Winston's loss, and can't eat or sleep. I have not stopped crying since he went missing and my husband is struggling to be strong. Our daughters are inconsolable .

The worst part is not knowing what has happened to him "




Winston is an inquisitive playful and loving cat. He came to our home in December 2004 as a youngster and is so much a part of our family that we are all devastated to have lost him. We all adore and spoil him. He loves to play and be stroked and he is very talkative.

He has gone outdoors from almost the beginning of when we got him and he never strays too far from home. If I call him he always appears from somewhere

All the residents of our close know and love him as he has a lot of character

He came into the house on Thursday the 11th of March at about 2.30, had some food and went out through his catflap, that is the last we have seen of him.

It was unusual for him not to appear when I returned from work and called him and I knew something was terribly wrong then.

I don't know what else we can do to find our beloved pet..

NB. Winston was wearing his Valentine's Day collar - Red with White Hearts at the time of going awol

Would everyone living and working in the vicinity and surrounding areas of
Bowgreave Close
Please keep a lookout for Winston

Search and Monitor all Sheds, Garages, Outbuildings in the hopes of finding him
Any information would be appreciated.

Please send for a ready to print
for display in any prominent position.
Help Winston find his way home

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update 30th March.
message from owner:-

“I just got a very interesting call from a lady running a table top sale at Highfield High School near us on Sunday. 
It was very busy, but this Lady heard a woman in her 60s who was purchasing something from the sale talking to one of the assistants.  She mentioned that her friend had a Siamese cat scratching at her door wanting to get in, but that this friend would not let the cat in. 
At this point, the Lady (sorry don't know her name) whose ears pricked up when she heard talk about a Siamese cat, asked this woman to tell her friend to please take the cat in and call a vet or a rescue centre if it came back.   Regrettably, it became very  busy and before the Lady could ask the woman about her friend's address or name, so we are no further forward.”

Can anyone living in the Highfield area throw any light on this – does anyone know a neighbour or friend who has had a similar cat visiting.
If so please ring the owner 07710 267270 or Sue at MyMoggy 08451 746130 / 07974 671689  (or any vet or rescue) immediately please, and please ask the person in question to invite / entice the cat (Winston) in – he will be collected straight away.

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