Good news. Gerrard has come home. Yay. It turns out he got stuck in a neighbours house. That’s proper cat burglary. He came home this afternoon and ate THREE pouches of cat food. Thanks to everyone that helped to spread the word on the Twitter. It’s nice to have a happy ending.
We don’t want to worry you but another cat has gone missing. Gerrard was last seen outside his house in Moseley Gate. He’s a small and tame black cat. It’s obviously very cold at the moment so it would be great to get him back home. If you live close by or even if you’re just passing, keep your eyes open. If you do see him then let us know by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Alternatively leave a comment below. We’ll try and get a photo as soon as possible so you don’t confuse him with other entirely innocent cats.
We really need your help with this one. Bob’s gone missing. We really like Bob. In fact we’d go as far as to say he is one of our favourite cats. He is generally found hanging around Leighton Road in Moseley (B13). So please check anywhere you can think of. Cars, garages, sheds etc. If you see him then please let us know at the usual address, email@example.com or even leave a comment here. We’re pretty sure that Bob can take care of himself but the weather’s not too good and we know that he would be much better off at home.
There’s another one gone. Unfortunately we don’t know much about this one. We don’t know its name and we can’t narrow down its last known location, beyond B13. It looks like quite a nice cat but seems to have been missing since the 29th August. I think we can all agree that is a very long time. This seems to be a bit of a trend at the moment, the missing cat thing rather than us not knowing cats’ names. It is important to follow these trends in case there is some sort of cat thief about. It wouldn’t do if someone was putting them into servitude. Probably a pretty unproductive servitude but one that should be stamped on none the less. As per normal if you see her or even hear a rumour email us at the usual address (firstname.lastname@example.org) Thanks to @bounder for alerting to us to this most perilous of situations.
It seems that Toffee has gone missing from her house in Melton Road, Kings Heath. She was last seen on the 20th August, which is quite a long time for a tiny cat to go missing. We understand that she does like to get about but that really isn’t a good enough excuse to not come home. The bottom half of her ID barrel was found in her garden so she is unlikely to have any sort of identification on her. So, check your sheds and question your neighbours. If you see her or even hear a rumour email us at the usual address (email@example.com)
Excellent news. Didier has been found and he is fine and well. Apparently he was hiding in a shed. Who’d have thought? Anyway that goes to show all of you that told us he was dead.
Ok, we have another job for you (not that you did very well on the last one). It seems that Didier has gone missing. We don’t know a lot about Didier but we think you should start looking in the Chesterton Road area. It’s a dangerous area so finding him is quite urgent. He’s not got much of a Meow so you’re going to have to do some proper looking. Apparently he responds to boxes of cat treats so if you’ve got one take it with you when you start searching. If you find him then let us know at the usual address (firstname.lastname@example.org) or leave a comment below. We will pass your details on to Didier’s worried owners. Good luck.
Help. Apparently Fraggle has gone missing. She is 9 years old and is apparently quite healthy. She was last seen at around 8 am on Saturday and is usually quite shy of strangers. We’ve also heard that she “trills” to let you know when she is happy. Â We’ve never even had the chance to review her yet so finding her is more than a matter of urgency. She usually hangs around on Alcester Road in Moseley opposite the Post Office. If you can spare a bit of time have a look about and see if you can find her . We won’t put her owners phone number on here as they might attract all manner of nutters. If you do see her then email email@example.com and we will pass your details on. Â We will try and provide periodic updates as we hear more. Â Off you go. Â [EDIT]No news on Fraggle at the moment. In many ways she’s a bit like SchrÃ¶dinger’s cat. So….. er…….keep looking[/EDIT]