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Race against time to find missing Greenhithe cat Grissom

By Chris Hunter
Owners fear missing cat Grissom will die if he is not found soon and treated for epilepsy.
 
Grissom was last seen at his home in Low Close, Greenhithe, on Friday, April 25, but owner Sarah Salmon believes he might have wandered off after suffering a seizure and becoming disorientated. 
Owners fear missing cat Grissom will die if he is not found soon

Owners fear missing cat Grissom will die if he is not found soon

Recently his seizures have become worse and he is need of further tests.
 
He has a name collar, including details of his medical problems, and is micro-chipped.
 
Anyone with information should call 07958 252479.

 

Epileptic cat Grissom has been missing since Friday, April 25

Epileptic cat Grissom has been missing since Friday, April 25

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