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Renewed appeal made by owner of missing Haverhill cat

Tabby Trick has been missing since November 2 ANL-140812-145120005
Tabby Trick has been missing since November 2 ANL-140812-145120005

The owner of a cat that suffers with dementia and has been missing since early November has renewed her appeal for help in tracing him.

Ten-year-old Tabby, Trick, has been with his owner Angela Hazard since he was nine weeks old.

He went missing from Angela’s home in Piper’s Close on November 2, possibly after being scared by fireworks going off and jumping out through an open window.

Trick has a white spot a quarter of the way down his chest, black tips on his ears and white colouring around his mouth and doesn’t meow like a cat normally would, instead he sounds like a baby crying.

He was seen by Angela and her boyfriend as they turned a corner in Mildenhall Place, Haverhill, about two weeks ago, but he then disappeared, possibly due to confusion caused by his dementia.

Trick has also been spotted in the Linton Place area and Angela said: “We are a bit worried because he has started to look a bit thin.”

Angela also thanked Carol Harris, from Jaybeth Animal Sanctuary, for the help she has given in trying to find Trick.

If you find Trick call Angela on 07961109608.

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