Feline felony


Feline felony


A THIEF with a fetish for cats is believed responsible for the disappearance of a beloved pet from a Leongatha home.

Kate Perry is longing for her Seal Point Himalayan pedigree cat weeks after it vanished from her Church Street home.

The animal is microchipped and registered with South Gippsland Shire Council, but is yet to turn up on council records.

Ms Perry said the pet was a treasured birthday present.

“She was treated like a cat but she was my precious, beautiful baby,” she said.

“If she’s not fed the right food it does not agree with her and she will get sick.”

The cat turned five recently and has been a part of Ms Perry’s life since she was an eight week old kitten.

“She was bought from a breeder in Wonthaggi who is no longer breeding, so you can’t replace her, not that you can,” Ms Perry said.

“I would drive to the other side of Australia to get her.”

While the cat was inside for most of the time, she would often wander around the neighbourhood.

“Himalayans are a Persian-Siamese cross they’re just fluffy Siamese. They’re actually quite little under their fur,” Ms Perry said.

Her other cat, named ‘Troubles’, is missing his friend.

“He has been waiting for her to come home,” Ms Perry said.

She is pleading with anyone who has her beloved cat to contact South Gippsland Shire Council’s local laws team or a vet clinic, and say they found the cat, or ring her on 0499 574 957. No questions will be asked.

Still missing: have you seen this missing Seal Point Himalayan cat?

Still missing: have you seen this missing Seal Point Himalayan cat?

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