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Black and white cat in Mill Hill gone missing

08 January 2014
by Victoria Chessum

A black and white cat has gone missing from the Mill Hill area in Deal.

Lindsey Gent, 32, who lives on Cowdray Square, close to Mill Hill, last saw her pet on Monday morning.

Miss Gent works as a health care assistant in a GP surgery, and saw her cat before setting off for work.

The small cat, named Vicks, never leaves the house for long, which is why her whereabouts has been questioned.

Black and white cat, Vicks, has gone missing from her home.

Black and white cat, Vicks, has gone missing from her home.

Miss Gent said: “She is not in the best of health after being hit by a car a couple of years ago and gets frightened when outside.

“She is definitely a house cat and likes to be at home.

“I would also like to ask people to check their sheds and out buildings just incase she has got in there.”

Vicks is a rescue cat and is seven years old.

If anyone has seen the missing cat, or has any information, please call Lindsey Gent on: 07983412676 or the Mercury office: 01304 365526.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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