Plea to owner of lost cat
A CAT lover is appealing to the owner of a dying pet she found in the street last week. Lisa Lindsay, 40, of Stanhope Road, Dagenham, and her husband found the male cat near Martin s Corner, between Lichfield Road and Longbridge Road, at around 9pm on Apr
A CAT lover is appealing to the owner of a dying pet she found in the street last week.
Lisa Lindsay, 40, of Stanhope Road, Dagenham, and her husband found the male cat near Martin's Corner, between Lichfield Road and Longbridge Road, at around 9pm on April 21.
They picked it up and took it to the Celia Hammond Trust in Canning Town to see an emergency vet.
Mrs Lindsay said: "It was still breathing but it passed away as soon as we got to the vets.
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"I knocked on a couple of doors in case I found someone it belonged to.
"I have got two cats myself. My son could not go to bed without them. If one of our cats was missing, we would be up all night."
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The grey cat between was between three and five years old, well kept and of medium size.
It was not neutered or wearing a collar or tag.
Anyone who misses a cat of the above description should either contact the Celia Hammond Trust, Canning Town, on 020 7474 8811.