A missing pet search team is on the look-out for a cat missing since January 4.
Vicky Rose’s moggy Naja, who is two years and nine months old, has not been seen since 5am that day after being allowed out of her East Dulwich home’s cat flap at 4.30am.
Animal Search UK’s Pet Detective Search Team will be patrolling the area today, raising awareness, speaking to residents and investigating any tip-offs or leads generated throughout the search period.
Vicky said: “Naja is normally locked in at night.
We woke up to Naja knocking on the cat flap to be let out at 4.30am, which is not unusual.
“She has a collar on and was let out in to the back garden.
She was seen on our front driveway camera at 5am and has not returned.”
The Pet Detective team will patrol the area to raise awareness of Naja, pictured right, and put up posters as well as hand out flyers to local houses and businesses.
Anyone with news, information or who may have seen Naja should ring the Animal Search UK free confidential hotline on 0800 4 320 340 and quote case ref: ALP379211 or search here for pet ref: ALP379211
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